• 4.1.2020 15:37
  • Giovanni

7-night B&B stay at top-rated 4* hotel in Da Nang, Vietnam + non-stop flights from Hong Kong for $150!

Beach holidays in Vietnam!

Planning to go chilling in some near beach? Check out this package we have put together for you! Book your flight from Hong Kong to Da Nang and stay in a very nice 4* hotel for just $150, breakfasts included!

Da Nang has became a famous resort town and a top destination among Vietnam’s must-visit. It offers many beach properties facing the ocean as well as beautiful landscapes. Don’t limit your holiday to the splendid beaches, like Bac My An and My Khe, and go exploring the spectacular Marble Mountain or the Son Tra Peninsula! Regarding the city of Da Nang, don’t miss a visit to the typical markets Con and Han, to the cathedral also called Chicken Church and take pics of the impressive beautiful bridges!
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We picked for you the well-rated 4* Ngoc Lan Hotel, just a short walk from the beach. Located in the My Khe Beach neighborhood in Da Nang, this 4-star hotel features a restaurant, bar and free WiFi. All the air conditioned rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV, a sitting area and a private bathroom fitted with a bathtub. Extras include slippers and free toiletries.

Travel dates:
January 17-24

Routing:
Hong Kong – Da Nang – Hong Kong

Sample flight reservation:
Hong Kong – Da Nang – Hong Kong>>>

Accommodation:
You’ll be staying at 4* Ngoc Lan Hotel  so follow our links and book your vacation!

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger.

Offer Details:

  • 7 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • Top-rated hotel
  • Flights

Price Breakdown:

  • Flights for 2: $188 round-trip ($94 per person)
  • Hotel: $112/ 7 nights, 2 sharing ($56 per person)
  • Total: $300/ $150 per person

 

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