Tiger Arena

Ho Quyen, or the Tiger’s arena, is the Asian version of a Roman coliseum. It was exclusively used for entertaining the Emperor’s and nobility. An unusual find in Southeast Asia, this temple was last used in 1909 but the structure remains well-preserved. Here, distinguished spectators would watch elephants, tigers and leopards battle one another in the ring.

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Vedana Spa

Set in the lush Pilgrimage Village Resort 4km from Hue, the Vedana Spa invites you to recline in the lap of luxury with a series of treatments and ...

Royal Spa

With seven treatment rooms, three private rooms, and an indoor pool and jacuzzi, Royal Spa is an ideal place to wash away the day’s stress. L...

Prince Club

If Lady Luck’s on your side, take your date to Prince Club and test the stakes in a distinctively designed gaming facility located at the int...

La Cochinchine Spa and Wellness Centre

For an extra touch of paradise, indulge yourself at La Cochinchine Spa at Ana Mandara Hue. Relax and rejuvenate with treatments including mass...

Incense and Conical Hat Village in Hue

Near the tomb of Tu Duc, make sure you stop by this roadside village and observe how locals make sandalwood and cinnamon incense as well as tr...

Du Ca Art Gallery

Established in 2004 to showcase Pham Trinh’s artwork, Du ca celebrates his marriage of traditional Vietnamese imagery and Western inspired ab...

New Space Gallery

At their gallery, the Le brothers, Thanh and Hai, spread their work across two floors. Painting folk art with a modern twist, traditional oils and ...

Big C Supermarket Hue

Big C is a family-oriented shopping mall and supermarket focused on providing customers the top-notch service and quality at the lowest prices. You...

Ancient Hue

Located in lush garden houses near the Citadel, Ancient Hue is a high ranking restaurant where visitors can experience fine food and Hue&rsquo...

Le Parfum

The signature restaurant of La Residence, Le Parfum offers a menu of international fusion and local specialities. The inimitable service of th...

An Dinh Vien

For a taste of Hue's imperial past, get the royal treatment at An Dinh Vien. With authentic dress, court musicians and recipes passed down through ...

Tinh Gia Vien

A Vietnamese celebrity, royal descendent Madam Ha shares her knowledge of imperial cuisine through her restaurant and class. Every dish is a delici...

Yoshihara Restaurant

A genuinely styled Japanese house, Yoshihara makes authentic sushi, sashimi and other favourites from Japan. Slide up to the bar and watch the tale...

Imperial Restaurant

With a wide open kitchen and indoor and outside seating, Imperial Restaurant serves international and Vietnamese cuisine in a graceful setting. Thr...

Take

Hue’s premier Japanese restaurant, Take offers a comprehensive menu of fresh sashimi, sushi, noodles, rice and grilled meats. They also offer a wid...

La Carambole

One of Hue’s most established dining venues, La Carambole offers an unmatched atmosphere and some of the best French food in town. Warm, prof...

Confetti

Stylish and chic, Confetti serves warm ambience to match its colourful selection of Hue specialities. Pair your fresh hot pot or barbequed seafood ...

The Garden Houses

Hue’s garden houses are illustrious examples of grand dynasties past. Each is built with traditional old timbers, featuring typical brick roo...

Thien Mu Pagoda

Translating to “Heavenly Lady”, this pagoda is named after an old woman who prophesized that a Lord would come and build a Buddhist tem...

Perfume River

Hue’s majestic Perfume River is intrinsic to the city’s livelihood and a visit would be incomplete without a boat trip. Both long boats...

Temple of Literature

Temple of Literature was established by the Nguyen emperor, Gia Long. It comprises a rectangular area with an austere gateway marking the entrance ...

Incense and Conical Hat Village

Near the tomb of Tu Duc, make sure you stop by this roadside village and observe how locals make sandalwood and cinnamon incense as well as traditi...

Tu Duc’s Tomb

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Tu Hieu Pagoda

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The King's Panorama Bar

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La Boulangerie Française

This quaint, cheerful bakery has excellent pastries, breads, pizzas and drinks on offer. More than simply providing divine baked goods, La Boulange...

DMZ Bar/Restaurant

Since 1994, DMZ has been Hue’s best and most popular bar, catering to a crowd of expats and travellers. Food is provided by their partners, Little ...

Brown Eyes

The only club in town, Brown Eyes is stocked full of expats, travellers and a smattering of locals. Home to dance parties, all night outbursts and ...

Vy Da Xua

This famous teahouse is a delightful venue for coffee, tea, sweets and other drinkable treats. Designed in the style of an ancient garden house, ge...

La Residence Hue Hotel & Spa, MGallery By Sofitel

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Imperial Hotel Hue

Imperial Hotel Hue is conveniently located in the popular Hue City area. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the indi...

Ana Mandara Hue

Ana Mandara Hue is conveniently located in the popular Thuan An Beach area. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all y...

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4km from the city centre on the South bank of the river, Hue, Vietnam

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