HUE IMPERIAL CITADEL

Famous for the poetic and charming beauty, Hue was chosen to be the capital of the Southern kingdom under Nguyen Lords’ dynasty long time ago. Additionally, Nguyen Lords decided to build a citadel complex where normal residents and royal families can live. Therefore, this grandeur architecture was planned to be…

MINH MANG TOMB

The Minh Mang Mausoleum is located on mount Cam Khe, near Bang Lang fork on the west bank of Perfume River, far away from Hue 12km. Minh Mang tomb was built from 1840 and completed in 1843 with the effort of ten thousand workers and artisians. It can be said…

KHAI DINH TOMB

Khai Dinh tomb (also known as Ứng tomb) is the place where the emperor Khai Dinh (1885-1925), the 12th king of the Nguyen dynasty rests in peace. It is located on steep hill in Chau Chu Mountain near Hue. The construction of the tomb was started on September 4, 1920…

THIEN MU PAGODA

Thien Mu pagoda or Heavenly Lady pagoda was built in 1601, on a hill overlooking the Perfume river, 4km southwest of the Citadel, this pagoda is an icon of Vietnam as well as Hue citadel. It is considered as one of the oldest and prettiest religious buildings in the country.…

DONG BA MARKET

After visiting every tomb, pagoda and the Hue Imperial citadel, tourists surely want to go to a place where they can both shopping, eating and relaxing. One of the site that you should really pay a visit is Dong Ba market, the largest market in Hue. Around 100 kilometers north…