1:37 pm - Sunday July 23, 2017

Introduce about Hue Travel

Once being the imperial capital, Hue nowadays is the central region’s main drawcard for tourists looking for magnificent scenery, historical vestiges and so many well preserved cultural heritages.

Upon arriving Hue City, Perfume (Huong) River and NGU Mountain are two destinations should not be skipped. These tranquil, gentle and peaceful landscapes make Hue sometimes know as the Huong – Ngu City. Nevertheless, visiting National Bach Ma Park which is built with roman architecture and Thuan An Beach with extensive activities in fresh air and characteristically garden house should also be taken into plans of vacationers.

The remaining royal architecture, imperial cuisine and music styles define Hue City as the most valued national treasure when history and heritages are concerned. They are complex of Citadel talented built to accommodate 24 bastions with over 400 cannons, systems of legendry mausoleums and pagodas. The local culinary attract tourist not only by selectively ingredients, delicious tastes but also via sophisticated presentation.

Highlights of Hue (T.T.Hue) :

System of imperial vestiges including Tomb of Tu Duc, Tomb of Khai Dinh, Tomb of Gia Long, Tomb of Dong Khanh, Tomb of Thieu Tri, Tomb of Minh Mang, Nguyen Kings’ Tombs, Throne Palace, Ngo Mon Gate, …
Vi Da Village – Lying along the Huong river, Vi Da is famous for traditional gardens blossoming all year long and special style of house architectural.
Nine Dynasty Urns – consisting nine greatest bronze urns in Vietnam placed in the shade of the Hien Lam pavilion, in front of the Mieu temple and southwest of the Royal citadel.
Thien Mu Pagoda – on the left bank of the Perfume River, it is just 5 km from the city of Hue.
Mausoleum of Antiquity – the specious collections of bronze ware, ceramics, chinaware, furniture, royal costumes and personal belongings from former Vietnamese emperors
Lang Co Beach – 10 km long with white sand and clean and shallow water.

Filed in: Center Vietnam, Hue, Vietnam Travels