For 143 years ( 1802 – 1945 ) Hue was the capital of 13 reigns of Nguyen feudal dynasty. Hue still remains a cultural and intangible heritage of Vietnam. A trip to Hue will satisfy your wish to learn about Vietnam History and Culture.
07.50 - 08.10: Pick up you at your hotel and then take a full day to discover Hue: Visit Emperor Khai Dinh tomb, Performing Programs of Vo Kinh Van An - Vietnam Traditional kungfu and Emperor Tu Duc ’s tomb. Stop on the way to see how conical hats and incense sticks are made.
Have lunch at a restaurant.
13.00 pm: Next stop is the Tomb of Tu Duc King, (the complex once served as a second Imperial city where the King went for “working vacations”). Tu Duc’s contemplative nature and poetic spirit are reflected in the landscape and arrangement of the 20 buildings that at one time stood here.
14.30 pm: Tourist visit Imperial City and Forbidden Purple City, the formal imperial seat of government and Hue’s prime attraction, this is a great sprawling complex of temples, pavilions, moats, walls, gates, shops, museums, and galleries, featuring art and costumes from various periods of Vietnamese history.
16.00 pm: Visit Thien Mu Pagoda, a historic temple in Hue city. The pagoda has seven stories and is the tallest religious building in Vietnam. The temple is an iconic symbol of the city.
Lastly, take the Dragon Boat on Perfume River to enjoy the beauty of both sides of the river watching sunset falling on the river.
17.30 pm: Return to your hotel. Hue City 1 day tour ends.
Price from $ 45/person
– Transportation by A/C Car/Minivan/Bus with Experienced Driver
– English-speaking guide
– 1 bottle of water per guest
– Wet Tissue
– Dragon Boat
– Entrance fees (Khai Dinh Tomb, Tu Duc Tomb, Imperial Citadel)
– Private Expenses
– Tips & Drinks during lunch
What to bring:
– Hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses
– Comfortable walking shoes & Camera