Dating from 1814 this site served as the royal temple to honor Nguyen Emperors and their empresses from Gia Long … Read More
The Flag Tower is located in front of Hue Citadel, on the north bank of the Perfume River. Looming over … Read More
A wooden structure named Thong Minh Duong built in 19th century, originally stood on this site. In 1927 it was replaced … Read More
Erected in 1849 this building served as the Queen mother’s pleasure pavilion for fresh air and beautiful scenes, the ante-room … Read More
Thien Dinh palace with its 3 rows and halls is the most important building in the complex.
All structures in this area served as memorial to the emperor, the stone sculptures of Mandarans, soldier, elephants and horses … Read More
Tam Giang Lagoon, located 15 km from Hue City, is the biggest lagoon in Southeast Asia, covering nearly 22,000 hectares. … Read More
Dong Khanh tomb is located on the land of Cu Si hamlet, Hue city. Built in 1917, the tomb of … Read More
The tomb of Gia Long, officially Thien Tho Tomb, is a royal tomb of Nguyen Dynasty. Situated at Thien Tho … Read More
Ngu Binh Mountain, also known as Ngu Mountain, is located 4 km south of Hue. The 105m high mountain has … Read More
Trang Tien Bridge is the symbol of Hue. It crosses the Perfume River right in the middle of town and … Read More
This is a massive site. The wall that surrounds the citadel is six metres high and two-and-a-half kilometres long and … Read More
The Thien Mu Pagoda is the most famous pagoda in Hue. Built in 1844 by Emperor Thieu Tri.
Perfume River called Song Huong in Vietnamese runs through Hue, the waterways of the city with a park on the … Read More
The An Hien Garden House is located on an area of 4,608 square meters in Xuan Hoa Village, Hue City. … Read More
The Perfume River, or Song Huan River, is a river that crosses the city of Hue. In the autumn, flowers from orchards … Read More