What You’ll Do Discover the rich culture and history of Vietnam’s last emperial – Nguyen Dynasty Explore the rich history of Vietnam war’s most concern – DMZ Shopping in a local market to see how local keep going after the war Overview 2 full day to explore the last emperial era history and the contemporary […]

Take in the best of Hue’s art, architecture, culture and food on a full-day sightseeing tour of the city and its surroundings, including a Perfume River (Huong River) cruise! Try local ingredients at Dong Ba Market and go on a walking tour through the walled Hue Imperial City (Hue Citadel), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. […]

Tombs and pagodas lie everywhere in and around Hue. Those with an endless appetite for culture could sate themselves every day for a solid week, with still more left on the table, but the majority of travellers are satisfied with just a taste. The tombs were built within the past 200 years, which makes it […]

Hue City will offer free entrance tickets to Vietnamese visitors at its imperial palace and monuments on National Day (September 2), according to Dr.Phan Thanh Hai, director of the Hue Monuments Conservation Center. Accordingly, visitors touring the Imperial Palace and Minh Mang and Khai Dinh tombs will receive free entrance at the Thieu Tri tomb […]

Unlike Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh cities, Hue Vietnam seems to have stood aside from the current economic development. Although the history was not so nice to Hue, it still has retained a unique cultural identity. Hue is a small, peaceful and countless romantic city, full of lakes, canals and lush vegetation. It is a […]

Minh Mang Temple Take a boat ride up the Perfume River to the Minh Mang Temple which is a fine example of an emperor’s tomb. The Minh Mang Temple is located about 12km outside of Hue City, on the West Bank so the Perfume River in Cam Ke Hill. Construction began in 1840 and during […]

DMZ in Hue is one most spectacular place to visit, walking inside the tunnel is more interested to see what happen in real life to the people who lives inside during the war One tunnel at Vinh Moc remains essentially as it look in 1966   We drove to Dong Ha with a Van among […]

  Imperial Citadel (Dai Noi) Built in the early 19th century, circa 1804, by thousands of labourers at the request of Emperor Gia Long, the Imperial City and Citadel was a massive structure, large enough that a 10 kilometer moat was constructed to surround and protect it. Modelled after the Forbidden City in Beijing, the […]

Aside from the normal and obvious attractions in Hue like the Citadel, Imperial City, pagodas and royal mausoleums, there are a number of other options open to more adventurous travellers. Bicycling: Hue is probably the best city in Vietnam for cycling. There is less traffic than the other major cities and the people of Hue […]

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