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Untold Story – An Dinh Palace

Location and history An Dinh Palace is one of the classic structures of Hue imperial city, built on the northern bank of the An Cuu River under an order from King Dong Khanh (1886-1888) after his accession to the throne. He’s said to have taken an active interest in French architectural styles, and this is on

Vong Canh Hill

Location From Freedom hostel – Vong Canh hill: 8km It’s recommended that when coming to Vong Canh, just follow the indication: watch the scene! It may have nothing to be entertaining but for ones who are looking for natural beauty and calmness, that’s perfect enough. What to explore at Vong Canh Hill? From the Vong

Hai Van Pass

Location It is an approximately 21 km long mountain pass on National Route 1A in Vietnam. It traverses a spur of the larger Annamite Range that juts into the East Sea of Viet Nam, on the border of Da Nang and Thua Thien Hue Province, near Bach Ma National Park. Its name refers to the

Tam Giang Lagoon

Location and History Tam Giang lagoon has 24 kilometers long with an area of 52 square kilometers, Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Huong Tra, Thua Thien Hue. Stemming from Thuan An harbor, small boat sweeps on O Lau river along the length of the lagoon. More than 15 kilometers, fields, and bridges along a lagoon, we

7 awesome things to do in Hue, Vietnam

Right in the middle of Vietnam, Hue was the capital for 143 years (1802 – 1945). It is a city rich in history. Hue is home to 7 imperial tombs as well as the ancient imperial city. During the Vietnam war, Hue suffered badly. The “Battle of Hue” was one of the longest and deadliest battles.

Temple of Literature Hue

Temple of Literature is dedicated to memorizing and worshiping Confucius, which is a popular practice in many Asian countries, such as China, Vietnam, Korea, and Japan. In Vietnam, apart from the most well-known Temple of Literature in Hanoi, some other cities also construct their own Temples of Literature. In Hue, the old capital of Vietnam, the Temple of Literature (so-called Van Mieu Hue or Van Thanh) majestically lies on the bank of Perfume River, to the west of the Citadel, just 1km from prestigious Linh Mu pagoda.