Hue Heritages

Upon arrival in Hue, we will visit the Citadel, Hue’s most prime attraction, which contains the Imperial City, the Forbidden Purple City, and the Emperor's Private Residence. Following the morning activities, we will have a short break for lunch. In the afternoon, we will take a boat trip on the Perfume River with a stopover at Thien Mu Pagoda, considered by many as the unofficial symbol of Hue. It is an active Buddhist monastery with its origins dating back to 1601. One of its most poignant displays is a car belonging to a former monk, who in 1963, drove to Sai Gon and set himself alight to protest against the South Vietnamese regime and its cruel treatment of Buddhist monks and followers. From here, we will go to visit the serene Tu Duc Royal Tomb, designed to blend in with its natural surroundings and built on principles of feng-shui.

What's Nearby

Pickup

Hotel address & room number or house address details requested

Drop Off

Will drop you off at your hotels/private houses in Hoi An (all districts

Inclusions

Hotel pick-up and return by new A/C minivan Entrance Lunch Bottled drinking water English speaking tour guide (other languages can be arranged upon request, depends on availability, small extra charge might apply to some languages) Travel insurance.

Exclusions

10% VAT Tips and gratuities Personal expenses such as: shopping, telephone, beverage, etc.

Tour Attractions

    Perfume River

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

    Thien Mu Pagoda

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

    Tu Duc’s Tomb

    Encapsulating the Feng Shui principles and Imperial design befitting an Emperor, Tu Duc’s tomb is set in a narrow woodland ...