Perched on the lush banks of the Perfume River, Hue is more than a peaceful settlement steeped in history; the residents here a deeply spiritual, as Buddhism runs through the veins of the residents and saffron robed monks, walking the streets.
Hue must see & do
1Mingle with the scents and valleys of Bach Ma National Park.
2Capture the political significance of the ornate Noon Gate.
3Lose yourself in the palaces and buildings of the Imperial City.
4Explore the humble, though striking Mieu Temple.
5Experience the authentic designs of the Hue Garden House.
Tours that include Hue
Vietnam is woven of a canvas of destinations, powerhouses of quiet delights, bygone charm and stately splendour. Hue (Hway) has a chequered history, as opulent palaces and simple, yet sublime pagodas have been restored by careful hands since the travesties of the Vietnam War.
- The Royal Tombs
- 2-wheel ride to Thanh Toan Bridge
- Thien Mu Pagoda
- Tu Duc
- Perfume River
Though Hue is weathered by a robust monsoon season, the attractions and features of the region still appeal under the drizzle of rain; the Royal Tombs are intriguing, haunting and varied, as visitors are educated and amused by the stories of reigning emperors.
Strike off the beaten track and leave a trail of dust, as you delve deeper into the region on two wheels, visiting essential hot spots like Thanh Toan Bridge, the expansive Thien Mu Pagoda and the final resting place Tu Duc, a notable Nguyen dynasty era emperor. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by historical stops, take a day, enjoy an authentic lunch on the banks before touring the Perfume River by boat – cross your fingers for sunshine!
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