Hue - Vietnamese ancient capital, was the administrative, political, cultural center of Vietnam under the reign of the Nguyen Dynasty. Perfume River and Truong Tien Bridge are typical symbols of Hue. Besides, it is also famous for Royal Court Music and vegetarian restaurants.
Situated on the banks of the Perfume River in Central Vietnam, Hue once served as the imperial capital of the Nguyen dynasty, which ruled from 1802 to 1945. Today, the vestiges of this former glorious period are reflected in the city’s architecture, culture and ...
Hue City, an ancient capital of Viet Nam, welcomes a number of visitors every day who are interested in a mix of the new and the old. Along with many cool activities to enjoy in the daytime, the nightlight in Hue City may be really joyful and charming.
There are seven royal tombs in Hue, six to the southeast of the Hue Citadel on the other side of the Perfume River and a single tomb on the same side. Of these seven tombs, three are significantly more popular compared to the rest, due to their relative good condition ...
With a rich history, Hue claims several distinctive dishes, from small and delicate creations originally created to please the appetites of Nguyen feudal lords, emperors to lusty, fiery street-level soups and sausages with complex, explosive and satisfying flavors.
Being the political center of Nguyen Dynasty in the past, the Imperial City and its interior are the tourist attraction.
Hue’s royal court music is called “Nha Nhac Cung Dinh” or “Nha Nhac”. It is the first intangible heritage of Vietnam to be recognized by UNESCO as a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” in 2003.
There are two main seasons in Hue: dry and rainy seasons. However, Hue is probably more special by its rainy season. With some days, when the cold weather comes from the North, Hue gets some long days with rain, creating magnetic rain: Hue’s rain is small, but long.
Hue owes its charm partly to its location on the Perfume River – picturesque on a clear day, atmospheric even in less flattering weather. Today the city blends new and old as sleek modern hotels tower over crumbling century-old Citadel walls.