From Da Nang International Airport to hotel on the beach
From Narita Airport to Da Nang International Airport
about 5.5 hours
Da Nang International Airport
Still under development after its renewal in 2017, Da Nang International Airport is a convenient 20-minute drive from downtown Da Nang. With duty-free stores, restaurants, ATMs, and SIM cards for sale, you will have no problem getting everything you need. Getting to the city center is best done by cab!
DATA：Da Nang International Airport
Address/ 3632+WW Hải Châu District, Da Nang, Vietnam
TEL/ +84 23 6353 9555
Pick-up car to the beach where the hotel is located
20 minutes drive from the airport to the hotel
/ 10.5 km
Check in at the hotel
Vietnamese cuisine is also influenced by Chinese and French influences, and is one of the most gently flavored Asian cuisines. Lotus seed fried rice wrapped in lotus leaves and bánh xèo, a meat and vegetable wrapper, are beautiful visually.
Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa
ハイアット リージェンシー ダナン リゾート＆スパ
The beachfront Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort & Spa is a secluded resort hotel a short distance from the city center. The property features a beautiful stretch of beach, expansive gardens, swimming pools, restaurants, and a day spa. The modern and elegant guest rooms offer a serene and relaxing experience. Gogyo Mountain (Marble Mountain) is a 20-minute walk away.
DATA：Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa
Address/ 5 Truong Sa Street, Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, Danang, Vietnam
TEL/+84 236 398 1234
A day to relax on the beach and enjoy the city of Da Nang
Take a morning walk to Marble Mountain
18 minutes walk from the hotel to Marble Mountain
Marble Mountain is one of Da Nang's power spots, as it consists of five mountains and the entire mountain is made of marble. There are numerous caves and temples inside, and the observatory offers a 360-degree view of the city of Da Nang. Because of the slopes and stairs, it is best to wear pants and sneakers to visit the temple.
DATA： Marble Mountain
Address/ 52 Huyền Trân Công Chúa, Hoà Hải, Ngũ Hành Sơn, Đà Nẵng
Back to the Hotel
18 min. walk from Marble Mountain to the hotel
/ 1.4 km
Relax on the beach
Non Nuoc Beach
Non Nuoc Beach is the most southerly of the popular beaches of Da Nang. Many resort hotels line the beach, and the Hyatt is also located along this beach. Because it is far from the center of the city, it is less crowded than My Khe Beach and offers a quiet and relaxing time.
Easy to eat and delicious, "Bahn mi" is a sandwich consisting of a baguette stuffed with meat, vegetables, and herbs. Influenced by the food culture of the French colonial period, it is now an important meal for both adults and children. The toppings and sauces differ from store to store, so be sure to compare them!
Afternoon drive to Da Nang city!!
17 min. by car
from the hotel to downtown Da Nang / 9km
This bridge over the Han River is one of the tourist attractions that make the city of Da Nang so much fun. 666 meters long, the bridge resembles a giant yellow dragon undulating in the air. It is lit up at night, and on weekends there are shows where flames and water shoot out of the dragon's mouth!
Address/ Cau Rong, Phuoc Ninh, Son Tra, Đa Nang
From Dragon Bridge to Da Nang Cathedral
11 minutes walk
Located on a corner of Tran Phu Street in Vietnam, the "Da Nang Cathedral" is a church with an impressive pastel pink color. It is also called the "Chicken Church" because of the chicken motif at the end of the church tower. It is open on Sundays so that visitors can enjoy the chorus of believers. The stained glass windows and paintings are beautiful and well worth a visit.
Address/ 156 Tran Phu street, Hai Chau district, Da Nang city
TEL/ +84 94 550 0520
From Da Nang Cathedral to Hong Market
The market is lined with small stores and is popular among the locals. The market sells not only vegetables, fruits, and other foodstuffs, but also folk crafts, clothing, and miscellaneous goods. Ao dai, Vietnamese dresses made to order, are popular among women because they are reasonably priced and can be made in a short time.
Address/ 119 Duong Tran Phu, Hai Chau 1, Hai Chau, Da Nang
Noodles of Da Nang
When you come to Vietnam, pho is what you should eat! It is served in a clear soup made from beef, pork, or chicken stock, with flat, slippery noodles and plenty of herbs. Da Nang's local noodles include "mee quan," which has a chewy texture, and "bun mam," which is round and made with fermented fish seasoning.
From Han Market to the hotel
20 minutes by car
/ 10 km
Stay at Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort & Spa (2 nights)
Day trip to Hue, the ancient capital of Vietnam
Pick up at your hotel
2 hours drive from the hotel to Minh Mang Tomb
Minh Mang Tomb
This is the mausoleum of Emperor Minh Manh, the second emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty in the 19th century. It is an imposing structure that evokes the heyday of the Nguyen Dynasty, and the buildings have a strong Chinese color. The vast grounds are arranged in a regular pattern and are well worth seeing. Since the emperor loved poetry and writing, the roofs are also carved with poems.
DATA: Minh Mang Tomb
Address/ QL49, Hương Thọ, Tp. Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế
From Minh Mang Tomb to Khai Dinh Tomb
10 min. by car
Khai Dinh Tomb
The tombs look quite different from the tombs of previous emperors, as the emperor was famous for his fondness for French architecture. The excessively decorated Keiseiden is a must-see. Precious metals, jewelry, glasswork, Chinese ceramics, Japanese glass, and European inlays from all over the world shine like stained glass. It is the culmination of beauty!
Data：Khai Dinh Tomb
Address/ Khai Dinh, Thuy Bang
From Khai Dinh Imperial Tomb to Tuysuan Village
15 minutes by car
/ 7.5 km
Thuy Xuan Village
This craft village is located 7 km west of the center of Hue City. Colorful incense sticks are sold here and are filled with the fragrance of flowers and fragrant woods. Even today, they are still made using only natural materials and traditional methods. You can even try your hand at incense making, so you can make your own original incense stick to take home as a souvenir.
Data：Thuy Xuan Village
Address/ Phường Thủy Xuân, Thành phố Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam
From Thuy Xuan Village to Thien Mu Temple
18 minutes by car
Thien Mu Pagoda
Thien Mu Temple, also known as "Temple of the Heavenly Maiden," is a historic Buddhist temple built in 1601, with a symbolic seven-story octagonal tower and a beautiful garden. The scenery of the Phuong River flowing nearby is also a reminder of the peaceful atmosphere of the ancient city of Hue.
Data：Thien Mu Pagoda
Address/ Nguyen Phuc Nguyen, Huong Long
The Kingdom of Cuisine
When you visit Hue, you will want to enjoy court cuisine in an elegant manner. Enjoy court cuisine with royal music while dressed in the costumes worn by the royal family.
From Thien Mu Temple to Nguyen Dynasty Royal Palace
10 min. by car
Hue Imperial City
The Nguyen Dynasty, the greatest attraction of the ancient capital of Hue, was registered as the first World Heritage site in Vietnam in 1993, and was the site of the last dynasty of Vietnam, which lasted for nearly 150 years. Although the gate was destroyed during the Vietnam War, it has been restored and visitors can still feel the prestigious atmosphere of those days.
Data：Hue Imperial City
Address/ Phu Hau, Thua Thien Hue
Back to Hotel
From Hue city to the hotel in Da Nang
2.5 hours by car
/ approx. 100km
Stay at Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort & Spa (3rd night)
Morning to the beach Afternoon to the fantastic city of Hoi An
10 minutes drive from the hotel
My Khe Beach
Meikay Beach has been selected as one of the world's most enchanting beaches by Forbes, an American economic magazine. There is a well-maintained, wide boardwalk where tourists can relax and enjoy the resort atmosphere. Shower rooms and changing rooms are available, and parasols and deck chairs can be rented.
Back to the hotel
Pick-up service at the hotel
From the hotel to My Son Ruins
90 minutes by car
My Son Ruins
Located about 70 km south of Da Nang, My Son Ruins is a sacred site of the Champa Kingdom, which flourished from the 4th to 13th centuries through maritime trade with India and Java, and offers a sacred landscape in a lush and beautiful natural setting. The brick architecture of the ruins features carvings and reliefs that are heavily influenced by Indian and Hindu culture. Apsara dance and traditional music performances are held several times a day at the ruins.
DATA: My Son Ruins
Address/ Duy Phú, Duy Xuyên, Quảng Nam
From My Son ruins to Hoi An city
70 minutes by car
Hoi An Cuisine
When in Hoi An, you can't miss the "White Rose," a wonton dough made of thinly spread rice flour and filled with shrimp paste. The clear wontons are beautiful! Fried wontons topped with pork, shrimp paste, vegetables, pineapple, etc. are also a standard menu item. Khao Lau, a local noodle dish, is a powerful, firm, thick noodle. It is topped with fried pork, fried rice paper and herbs.
After lunch, walk around the old town of Hoi An
This covered bridge was built in the 1590s to connect the Japanese and Chinese districts. Although the bridge was built by the Japanese, the roof decoration shows the atmosphere of both China and Vietnam. Statues of a dog and a monkey are enshrined at the entrance. At night, the bridge is illuminated to create an even more atmospheric atmosphere.
DATA: Cau Temple
Address/ Tran Phu Street, At the West end of Tran Phu St., Hoi An, Vietnam
The Old House of Phung Hung
This wooden structure was built 200 years ago as a trader's house. It is a mixture of architectural styles from three countries: Vietnamese for the mud walls, Chinese for the pillars and doors, and Japanese for the roof. It is a building that is worth seeing because it has a mechanism to protect items in the house from water, which is unique to Hoi An, a city that is prone to flooding.
DATA: The Old House of Phung Hung
Address/ 4 Nguyen thi Minh Khai
From the house of Phung Hung to Hoi Quan Phuoc Kien
6 min. walk
Hoi Quan Phuoc Kien
The Fujian Hall, the most Chinese-colored building in Hoi An, is a meeting place built by overseas Chinese who moved here from Fujian Province. Inside the building, incense sticks are hung from the ceiling, and the candlelight and smoke from the sticks give the place a very emotional atmosphere. The walls, floor, and ceiling are decorated with detailed carvings.
DATA: Hoi Quan Phuoc Kien
Address/ 46 Tran Phu St, Hoi An, Vietnam
Trần Phú street
This is the main street of Hoi An Old Quarter. Souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes, temples and museums line the street. At night, lanterns light up the street, creating a festive atmosphere. There are many open-air cafes and food stalls, so it is fun to stroll around while eating and drinking.
Return to hotel from Hoi An
30 minutes by car
/ 19 km
Stay at Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort & Spa (4 nights)
The hottest amusement park! Go to Ba Na Hills
From the hotel to Ba Na Hills
50 minutes by car
/ 30 km
Ba Na Hills
Banner Hills is an amusement park that opened in 2017 at an altitude of 1500 meters. Just ahead on the ropeway is a bridge held by the hand of a giant god! With more than 30 restaurants, a flower garden, a wine cellar, and family attractions, visitors can spend a whole day enjoying the spectacular view! Bring a jacket because it is on top of a mountain.
DATA: Ba Na Hills
Address/ An Son Hamlet, Hoa Ninh Village, Hoa Vang District, DanangCity
Vietnam is the largest beer consuming country in Asia after China and Japan. There are popular beers by region, with "Hanoi Beer" in the north, "Lalu" in the central region, and "Saigon Beer" and "333 (Bar-Bar-Bar)" in the south. Be careful not to drink too much!
Traditional Dessert Chè
Chè is a typical Vietnamese sweet. It is a dessert similar to a combination of shaved ice and Japanese Zenzai, and is made of sweet potatoes, beans, grains, fruit, jelly, and other ingredients and served with coconut milk. Cold Chè is the most common type, but hot Chè is also available.
Back to the hotel
From Ba Na Hills to the hotel
50 min. by car
On the last day of the trip, relax and shop♪
Vietnam offers a wide range of spas, from cosy local spas to luxurious spas where you can receive treatment in a completely private and luxurious space. Let's take care of your body that has been loosened by the tropical climate.
This is a traditional craft pottery made in "Bach Chan Village" located 10 km from Hanoi. The pottery has been exported and loved overseas for a long time and shows that Vietnamese trade was prosperous at that time. Cups, small plates, spoons, etc., all of which, when used in your home, will remind you of your travels!
Coffee & Tea
Vietnamese coffee with its unique aroma and taste is a favorite of many people who drink it while traveling. It is recommended to drink it with milk or condensed milk. Lotus tea, which has diuretic and detoxifying properties, is also popular. Lotus flower is the national flower of Vietnam, so it makes a perfect souvenir.
Head to the airport
Depart from Da Nang Airport
Arrival in Japan!!
Arrive at Narita Airport in the morning
End of tour