July next year, tourists traveling toHue will have the opportunity to contemplate the architectural beauty of Ta Tung Tu (Left temple of literature), a building in Nguyen Dynasty Emperor Minh Mang’s...

The Imperial City of Hue, Vietnam’s ancient Imperial Capital, lies at the mouth of the Perfume River. It, too, has been disfigured by warfare, first by French colonists who sacked and burnt the Imperial...

Hue’s imperial citadel attracts tourists because of its royal relics and beauty. Hue is also famous for more than 100 pagodas, many of them built in the 17th century such as Linh Mu pagoda, which was...

Somewhat surprisingly Vietnam’s central cities aren’t on every traveller’s radar even though they are home to some of Vietnam’s most interesting architecture and history. Located on the banks of...

When you visit Hue City, especially in spring, just try your best to enjoy these dishes listed below so you can say that you were there and had the most fulfill trip ever. Huế’s Cakes (Các loại...

Hue is the capital of Vietnam in Nguyen Dynasty, located in the Central of Vietnam. This city still remains a lot of historical vestiges and cultural heritages of an Ancient Royal Capital. Hue is also...

Just 43m high, the hill is located 7km from Hue centre, with its foot lying next to slowly flowing Perfume River. On the way to Tu Duc Tomb, there’s a hill called Vong Canh, which at first seems to be...

Minh Mang Tomb is in Huong Tho Commune, Huong Tra District, on the west bank of Perfume River and about 12km south of Hue City center. This place is where 2 tributaries join to form the picturesque Perfume...

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...

When visiting a new country the most important activities for tourists are those that allow them to experience the culture first-hand. While you could visit a local performance or buy some handiwork crafts...