Hue is one of places which have many cultural heritages. Up to now, there is no place like Hue where still remains a lot of original historical vestiges such as Royal palaces, beautiful tombs of Nguyen Kings, tens of pagodas constructed more than 300 years ago. Besides, the royal music, sophisticated handicraft and traditional famous dishes originated from Hue. Hue, the ancient capital of Vietnam, is classified by the Government as a very precious property and in December 1993 Hue was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
Transportation by air- conditioned car/bus
English speaking guide
Tips and Gratuities.
VAT & Service charges
In the morning, we will be picked up from your hotel in Hue. then drive to visit the elaborate and enchanting mausoleum of emperors Khai Dinh and Tu Duc – the fourth emperor of the Nguyen dynasty. The King Tu Duc constructed his tomb when he was still on the throne in 1848. Before back to city we visit Tu Hieu pagoda nestled in a pine forest, this popular pagoda was built in 1843 and later co-opted by eunuchs from the Citadel.
12h00: Back to the city to enjoy traditional lunch Hue’s food
In the afternoon, visit the seven-storey Thien Mu pagoda, after learning about Vietnamese religion and culture, you continue your journey to discover the Imperial Citadel, which covers an area of 52 km2. The construction began between 1804 and 1833 under the Nguyen dynasty, surrounded as a fortification guarded by 80 bunkers and a deep trench of 40m large, connected by a bridge in front of the ten gates.
Visit the Dong Ba market, the biggest commercial center of Thua Thien Hue Province and the adjacent regions, where people can get most of Hue’s delicious dishes within a place – its food courts, and at a high quality standard. Don’t miss these street vendors on the ground of the market (under the stair). They’re really worth a try.
05:30 pm : drop off you at hotel, goodbye and see you next trip.
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