Situated in Thua Thien – Hue, Thien Mu Pagoda is one of the oldest and most fascinating religious sites in Vietnam. It has long lured tourists by its beautiful and ancient architectural structures of worship.
Tomb of Khai Dinh, also known as Ung tomb is the tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh, the 12th King of Nguyen Dynasty. The architectural work owns a harmonious combination between the European modernity and the Vietnam classical characteristics.
Situated in the mid of hills on the bank of Perfume River, Thai Hoa Palace is one of the most important constructions in Hue Imperial City. It deserves a precious monument in terms of historical, cultural and art values.
Through more than a century covered with severe nature and devastating war, thanks to ingenious construction techniques and extremely proficient architectural art, Ngo Mon Gate still stays itself and is of proud ancient architectures in Vietnam.
Renowned as the largest brackish water lagoon in Southeast Asia, located about 12 kilometers far from Hue city, Tam Giang Lagoon owns the pristine beauty and tranquility that anyone coming here also admire, especially the interesting life of dwellers.
Situated adjacent Tran Hung Dao Street, Dong Ba Market runs along the north bank of Huong (Perfume) River. Not only is it the trading center, Dong Ba Market is also the soul of Hue Ancient Capital for it has stored the hardly mingled beauty.
Thanh Toan Bridge, an ancient architectural monument is extremely valuable in terms of history and culture. As one of the bridges on the type of rare and high artistic value in Vietnam, Thanh Toan deserves an impressive tourist attraction in Hue tourism.
As an architectural monument in Nguyen Dynasty, Flag Tower has long become one of the symbols of the ancient capital. Here, tourists have a chance to visit the unique architecture and get the deeper understanding on the history of this divine land.