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Hue city tour half day

Hue Imperial City
Hue Imperial City

Recognized as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, Hue city, The old capital of Vietnam is located on the bank of romantic Perfume River with many sights beautiful like a poem. Hue is also the political cultural and religious center of Vietnam.

To gaze with veneration at Hue and understand more about matter values as well as spirit values of this place, we would like to invite you spend with Hue half day tour of. We sure that you will enjoy and have so many interesting memories.

08:00 – 08:15 am: Pick up at hotel
Early Morning will find you in the Dong Ba market, the biggest and most significant market in Hue in particular and Central Vietnam in general.

Dong Ba Market
Dong Ba Market

Enjoy your wonderful day by taking a boat trip to visit the seven-storey Thien Mu Pagoda. The pagoda is an icon of Vietnam with an interesting history, set on a hill overlooking the river.

Thien Mu Pagoda - Hue
Thien Mu Pagoda – Hue

You continue your journey to discover the Imperial Citadel, which covers an area of 52 km2. The construction began between 1804 and 1833 under the Nguyen dynasty, surrounded as a fortification guarded by 80 bunkers and a deep trench of 40m large, connected by a bridge in front of the ten gates. Then make your way to the Hue Royal Antiques Museum to see a collection of ornaments from that time.
12:00 – 12:30 pm: Back to Hue center. Tour ends.

• Travel by boat behold the beautiful along the green banks
• You have chance to visit the conical hat and incense stick making village
• Visit many attractive destinations in Hue: Imperial Citadel, Hue Royal Antiques Museum, Thien Mu Pagoda as well as Dong Ba Market
• Marvel at cultural achievements from the times of Vietnamese emperors
INCLUSION: English speaking guide, Entrance fees, Dragon Boat trip, Fresh, fruits, honey bee, tea, mineral water, AC Mini-van

EXCLUSION: Personal expenses, Tips, Beverages, VAT

Book now! No need deposit, pay after end trip!

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