Monuments, beaches, attractions of Hue tourism

Asia Travel Jun 14, 2019

Located on the banks of Huong River, Hue City is a world cultural heritage belonging to Thua Thien – Hue Province. Hue possesses high-value historical monuments located in the Hue Imperial Citadel Complex such as Hue Citadel, Minh Mang Tomb, Gia Long Tomb, Thien Mu Pagoda, Van Mieu and Quoc Hoc Hoc Mon Schools. Hue tourism is also admiring the sights such as Ngu Binh mountain, Thuan An beach, Lang Co beach and Tam Giang lagoon. Royal court music is one of Hue’s unique cultural features. Every 2 years, the city organizes Hue Festival to attract many tourists.




Hue City center concentrates a lot of hotels to serve the needs of tourists and visitors. Enjoy the feeling of being immersed in a modern and luxurious space at a 5-star hotel in Hue without having to worry about the cost of accommodation. If you come to Hue to work, you can also easily find a hotel by street name to facilitate your position like a hotel in Ba Trieu Street, hotel near Dong Ba Market , Hung Vuong Street Hotel …


Grand Citadel : Citadel located inside the Citadel of Hue is the first place you should visit when traveling to Hue. After more than 100 years, the monumental architecture in the Citadel only remains a little less than half of the original figure but still carries the majesty of the feudal court for a while. The city is quite large, you should spend about 1 time or 1 day to discover all.


Listen to Ca tru song on Huong River : The poetic Huong River is also the pride of Hue tourism. At night, when it is cool, you can buy tickets, about $2, to get on the boat watching the ancient citadel in the night and listening to the melodies that bring you back to the past hundreds of years ago.

Hue Museum of Royal Fine Arts : (located in Long An Palace, the most beautiful palace in the Nguyen Dynasty palace system) is a place to display the collection of ancient belongings, crowns and clothes used by kings of the house. Nguyen. Architecture is kept in a beautiful palace.





The mausoleums : Traveling Hue cannot help but see this ancient splendor. The tombs of Hue kings have their own characteristics and interesting historical stories. However, the tombs are often separated from each other and not in the city center. You should take the time to hire a taxi or rent a self-driving car (about 300K) for a tour to visit the tombs like Tomb of Tu Duc, Minh Mang Tomb, Tomb of Khai Dinh.



Hon Chen Temple: The relic of Hue tourism consists of about 10 different small and small architectural works located halfway up the mountain of Ngoc Tran, facing the Huong River, hiding under the trees. Hon Chen Temple has an important position in the spiritual life of the people of Hue, the only electricity in Hue has a combination of court ceremonies and folk beliefs. This is also the place for fine art decoration to reach its peak in the late 19th century.



Thien Mu Pagoda: The scenic beauty cannot be overlooked in the journey to Hue. Built from the year of 1,600 and preserved many times, Thien Mu Pagoda attracts many visitors because of its magnificent magnificence but equally as peaceful and poetic. To reach Thien Mu Pagoda, you can take a boat along the Perfume River, which is extremely romantic.



Vong Canh Hill: Located about 7 km from the city. From Vong Canh Hill can see the poetry of Hue city, especially the Tomb of Nguyen Dynasty and the Huong River across the city.



Ngu Binh Mountain:  Along with the Huong River, Ngu Binh Mountain is the second gift of creation to create a charming and charming look of Hue tourism. For a long time, this beautiful mountain along with the Huong river in green has become a symbol of Hue nature. From the mountain, you can enjoy views over the famous landmarks and romantic natural surroundings.





Bach Ma Mountain : 60km from Hue city. Bach Ma Mountain is famous for its streams and spectacular waterfalls. Like the Do Quyen waterfall, which is 400m high, on summer days, on both sides of the waterfall, Do Quyen flowers explode like two giant silk carpet. In the center of the resort, there is Silver Waterfall with 10m height, 40m wide. Standing on the top of Bach Ma Mountain, visitors can also take in the magnificent panoramic view of Hai Van Pass, Tuy Van Mountain, Cau Hai Lagoon and shimmering electricity of Hue City at night.



Lang Co Beach, Thuan An Beach, Canh Duong Beach: The peaceful beaches of Hue are always in the top of the most beautiful beaches in Central Vietnam, where many Hue tourists gather.



Lap An Lagoon:  About 70 km south of Hue, located at the foot of Hai Van Pass, nature has endowed Lap An Lagoon with a winding road running around the lagoon like a soft silk strip. Here, there is a species of seafood named “specialty”, “pearl of heaven” … that is oysters. Do not know since when, people here have taken advantage of broken rubber tires to catch oysters. Lap An lagoon is the most beautiful in the afternoon, has made many tourists bewildered, and if not promptly press the phone, anyone wishes to look to record a lot of beautiful moments of creation.



Cau Hai Lagoon: Not as famous as Chuon lagoon or Lap An lagoon, Cau Hai lagoon is nestled on the axis of National Highway 1A, running from Cau Hai to the foot of Phu Gia Pass. The immense Cau Hai Lagoon is like a sea, catching water from rivers in Thua Thien Hue, so it changes from sweet to brackish in the dry season.



Elephant Spring:  From the city of Hue running south for 60 km, across the territory of Thua Luu, Loc Tien commune, Phu Loc district, visitors will come to Voi stream, a stream with many large waterfalls flowing out under an intact forest. rather thick vegetation. Stream is named Suoi Voi, because there is a rock shaped like an elephant dropping a tap to drink water at the foot of the waterfall. There is also a lake named Dam Voi, which is a 30-meter-wide natural swimming pool, over 2 meters deep, located between two waterfalls. The cool blue lake can be seen at the bottom.



Ho Truoi: From Hue city, going to Truoi bridge in Loc Hoa commune, Phu Loc district turns another 10km to meet Truoi lake and Truc Lam Bach Ma monastery. Truoi “sweet pineapple strawberry” went into the poem to sing praises of the rare beauty of this place. Lake Truoi is blue, large and vast, running around the eyes, nestled at the foot of Bach Ma Mountain. In addition to visiting the monastery, visitors can rent a boat on the lake or buy tickets to visit the streams that flow into Truoi Lake full of wild features.