Chan May Port is located in the south-east corner of Thua Thien-Hue Province in Loc Vinh commune, Phu Loc district, Vietnam. It is operated by the Management Board of Chan May-Lang Co Economics Zone.
Ownership of the Chan May Port may be assumed by the Vinashin Group in early 2008.
The port was used in 2006 as an assembly yard for Rio Tinto Alcan's G3 Project, where mining modules were assembled and loaded out on the newly constructed wharf to the mine in Australia's Northern Territory state.
Chan May Port is mainly used for the wood chip industry. Occasionally, luxury cruise liners berth at Chan May as the port is located between the main tourist locations of Hue City and Hoi An. There currently are no passenger facilities at Chan May Port.
Am: At 7:00 am when the cruise ship land in Chan May Port, our guide and driver welcome you and transfer you to Hoian. You will travel on National Highway No1 and through windy roads to reach Hai Van pass. It is wonderful to take photos of Lang Co Beach, Lap An Lagoon and Danang city from Hai Van summit. Arrive in Danang city you will spend time to visit Cham Museum to learn more of Champa culture and then Marble Mountain with the panorama of Danang beach from the mountain summit. Visit caves and pagodas at Five Mountains before traveling ahead to Hoian. Have lunch at restaurant.
Pm: This afternoon you will make a walking tour around Hoian Ancient Town including Japanese Bridge, old houses of Tan Ky, Phuc Kien, Sa Huynh Museum, local market… Hoi An is the paradise shopping. Then you leave Hoian for back Chan May Port. Tour end at the port
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick Up: Chan May Port ( Inside )
End location: Drop off: Chan May Port ( Inside )
Duration: 8 hours
I am not a driver. I can arrange for Private Car with driver
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He was very patient with us, he was very helpful in getting the most complete visit possible, he went out of his way to accommodate & help us. English a little difficult sometimes but he was understood & he gave many details as to what we were seeing & the history. Overall an excellent place to visit & a good guide to do it with.