SPA RELAX & HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN

  • Port

  • Level of difficulties

    Easy

  • Type

    Sightseeing, Cultural, Shopping, Meal included

  • Price

    Adults

    USD115.0

  • Duration in hours

    6

  • Shore excursion code

    01V6

Description

You will leave the port aboard a coach driving along a coastline to Galina Mudbath & Spa, where your senses will be touch and your stress will be taken off a body.

Galina Mud Bath & Spa explores mineral mud from its own mine in Ninh Loc, Ninh Hoa. Deep under multiple layers, this mineral mud is proved highly profitable to our health and diseases treatment.

Then, mineral mud will be transported by tanker to Galina Mud Bath & Spa. Through processing system to remove impurities, pure mud will be heated at a stable temperature of 38-40°C. This is the most suitable temperature to soak and bath. The mud will be pumped directly from the system to serve customers.

In order to keep mud at stable temperature from 38 to 40° C, the mud will be pumped directly from the mud processing system to serve customers. 15-20 minutes is suitable time for hot mineral mud bath. After bathing, customers take sunbath so that minerals from mud could penetrate into your skin.

The mud and mineral baths will prep your muscles to let go so your massage therapist can go deeper, releasing even more tensions and stresses, allowing you to leave the spa with a totally rejuvenated mind and body!

Next will be the exploration of Hoi An , an ancient town of Quang Nam Province, is located on the banks of Thu Bon river. Strolling around the town through its narrow streets, you will find a fascinating blend of Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese temples, community houses, shrines, clan houses, shop houses and homes. Upon arrival in Hoi An, you will visit the small Hoi An Museum of History and Culture. The museum was constructed at a place where once was a temple of "Quan Cong". In here, you will see many exhibits on the foundation, development and depression of Hoi An Ancient Town. Your next stop is the Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation. The assembly was founded in 1697 by Fujian Chinese merchants of Hoi An as a place to hold community meetings. Later on, it was transformed into a temple for the worship of Thien Hau, the Goddess of the sea and Protector of Fishermen and Sailors. This temple is architecturally unique with its artistic ornament and beautiful statues. Your tour program will continue with a visit of the Japanese Covered Bridge Pagoda. The pagoda was built in 1593 by the Japanese Community of Hoi An to link their neighborhood with the Chinese Quarters. The bridge was provided with the roof so it could be used as a shelter from both the rain and the sun. On the Northern side of the bridge is a Japanese Pagoda to protect sailors. Leaving the bridge pagoda, you are now preceding to one of the old houses in Hoi An town. The old house was constructed almost two centuries ago as the house of a Vietnamese merchant. The design of the house shows how local architecture followed Japanese and Chinese influences. Your last stop is in Hoi An market. Located on Thu Bon River’s bank, the market is considered one of the most convoluted sites of Hoi An Ancient Town. Unlike any market places in the world, Hoi An Market includes different types of commodity such as fish, vegetables, meat, fruits, handicrafts, cloths, jewelry etc… Last before returning the ship, you will have lunch in a typical Vietnamese restaurant. Finally, reboard your coach, you will return the port for re-embarkation.



What we will do

You will leave the port aboard a coach driving along a coastline to Galina Mudbath & Spa, where your senses will be touch and your stress will be taken off a body.

Galina Mud Bath & Spa explores mineral mud from its own mine in Ninh Loc, Ninh Hoa. Deep under multiple layers, this mineral mud is proved highly profitable to our health and diseases treatment.

Then, mineral mud will be transported by tanker to Galina Mud Bath & Spa. Through processing system to remove impurities, pure mud will be heated at a stable temperature of 38-40°C. This is the most suitable temperature to soak and bath. The mud will be pumped directly from the system to serve customers.

In order to keep mud at stable temperature from 38 to 40° C, the mud will be pumped directly from the mud processing system to serve customers. 15-20 minutes is suitable time for hot mineral mud bath. After bathing, customers take sunbath so that minerals from mud could penetrate into your skin.

The mud and mineral baths will prep your muscles to let go so your massage therapist can go deeper, releasing even more tensions and stresses, allowing you to leave the spa with a totally rejuvenated mind and body!

Next will be the exploration of Hoi An , an ancient town of Quang Nam Province, is located on the banks of Thu Bon river. Strolling around the town through its narrow streets, you will find a fascinating blend of Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese temples, community houses, shrines, clan houses, shop houses and homes. Upon arrival in Hoi An, you will visit the small Hoi An Museum of History and Culture. The museum was constructed at a place where once was a temple of "Quan Cong". In here, you will see many exhibits on the foundation, development and depression of Hoi An Ancient Town. Your next stop is the Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation. The assembly was founded in 1697 by Fujian Chinese merchants of Hoi An as a place to hold community meetings. Later on, it was transformed into a temple for the worship of Thien Hau, the Goddess of the sea and Protector of Fishermen and Sailors. This temple is architecturally unique with its artistic ornament and beautiful statues. Your tour program will continue with a visit of the Japanese Covered Bridge Pagoda. The pagoda was built in 1593 by the Japanese Community of Hoi An to link their neighborhood with the Chinese Quarters. The bridge was provided with the roof so it could be used as a shelter from both the rain and the sun. On the Northern side of the bridge is a Japanese Pagoda to protect sailors. Leaving the bridge pagoda, you are now preceding to one of the old houses in Hoi An town. The old house was constructed almost two centuries ago as the house of a Vietnamese merchant. The design of the house shows how local architecture followed Japanese and Chinese influences. Your last stop is in Hoi An market. Located on Thu Bon River’s bank, the market is considered one of the most convoluted sites of Hoi An Ancient Town. Unlike any market places in the world, Hoi An Market includes different types of commodity such as fish, vegetables, meat, fruits, handicrafts, cloths, jewelry etc… Last before returning the ship, you will have lunch in a typical Vietnamese restaurant. Finally, reboard your coach, you will return the port for re-embarkation.


What you need to know

Please Note: Space is limited, so please reserve early. The order of the itinerary may vary. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and casual clothing. This tour is not recommended for guests with mobility problems. Please bring swim wear during a mud bath.