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.
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08.00 Pick up at your hotel:Khai Dinh tomb: Emperor Khai Dinh came to the throne in 1916 and he chose the slope of Chau Chu mountain (also called Chau E), 10 km from Hue, as the location to build his tomb. The construction of the tomb was started on September 4th 1920 and lasted for 11 years.
Despite being the smallest, Khai Dinh Tomb is the most recent and costly amongst other Nguyen royal tombs. Khai Dinh chose to build his tomb by modern materials like concrete, slates and wrought iron, hence its appearance is quite gray and imposing.Hue Citadel: Visit the tallest flag pole of Vietnam (37m-hight), Ngo Mon gate where Bao Dai ended Nguyen dynasty, Thai Hoa palace ( Palace of Supreme Hamony), Hall of the Mandarins, Forbidden Purple city…Dong Ba market is 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.12h00: Back to the city to enjoy traditional lunch Hue’s foodGood bye and see you next trip.
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