Local Attractions

Palaces and pagodas, tombs and temples, culture and cuisine, history and heartbreak, there’s no shortage of poetic pairings to describe Hue. A Unesco World Heritage Site, Hue still resonates with the glories of imperial Vietnam that make its unique charm.

The Imperial Citadel

The Citadel Complex of Hue, set up by Nguyen Dynasty from 1805 to 1945, is one of the relics capturing much of tourist’s attention.

Phuoc Tich Ancient Village

Located on the bank of leisurely O Lau River, far about 30 kilometers from center of Hue city, Phuoc Tich village is the symbol of architecture of the central region and famous for traditional pottery.

Tam Giang Lagoon

Lying along Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Huong Tra districts, about 15 kilometers from Hue city, Tam Giang Lagoon is where the Perfume River, Bo and O Lau Rivers meet before they flow into the sea through Thuan An estuary in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue

Thien Mu Pagoda

Located beside the picturesque Huong River, Thien Mu Pagoda, with its ancient architecture, adds its charm to this beautiful natural setting.

Khai Dinh Tomb

The Tomb of Khai Dinh was built in 1920 and completed 11 years later on a beautiful slope located 10km from Hue center.

Com Hen

Com Hen (rice with mussel) is a very unique cuisine of Hue. Com Hen contains rice, boiled mussel, star fruit, fish sauce, cabbage, onion, pepper, peanut, chili, and a variety of herbs.

Bun bo Hue

Bun bo Hue (Hue style beef vermicelli) or more detail, Bun bo gio heo (beef and pig’s knuckle vermicelli) is a popular Vietnamese soup vermicelli dish, and one of the most typical foods of Hue, Vietnam.

Mam tom chua

The central of Vietnam is reputable for its Mam tom chua (sour shrimp sauce) and Hue is the best place for this unique sauce.

Banh khoai

Banh khoai (delicious pancake) is so much like Banh xeo (sizzling pancake) since they both are made from rice flour, water, turmeric powder, added slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, bean sprouts and then pan fried.

Banh beo

Banh beo (water fern cake) is a kind of small steamed rice pancake. The name is to refer from the shape of the cake (like a water fern-Beo in Vietnamese).

+ Local Attractions

The Imperial Citadel

The Citadel Complex of Hue, set up by Nguyen Dynasty from 1805 to 1945, is one of the relics capturing much of tourist’s attention.

Phuoc Tich Ancient Village

Located on the bank of leisurely O Lau River, far about 30 kilometers from center of Hue city, Phuoc Tich village is the symbol of architecture of the central region and famous for traditional pottery.

Tam Giang Lagoon

Lying along Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Huong Tra districts, about 15 kilometers from Hue city, Tam Giang Lagoon is where the Perfume River, Bo and O Lau Rivers meet before they flow into the sea through Thuan An estuary in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue

Thien Mu Pagoda

Located beside the picturesque Huong River, Thien Mu Pagoda, with its ancient architecture, adds its charm to this beautiful natural setting.

Khai Dinh Tomb

The Tomb of Khai Dinh was built in 1920 and completed 11 years later on a beautiful slope located 10km from Hue center.

+ Cuisine

Com Hen

Com Hen (rice with mussel) is a very unique cuisine of Hue. Com Hen contains rice, boiled mussel, star fruit, fish sauce, cabbage, onion, pepper, peanut, chili, and a variety of herbs.

Bun bo Hue

Bun bo Hue (Hue style beef vermicelli) or more detail, Bun bo gio heo (beef and pig’s knuckle vermicelli) is a popular Vietnamese soup vermicelli dish, and one of the most typical foods of Hue, Vietnam.

Mam tom chua

The central of Vietnam is reputable for its Mam tom chua (sour shrimp sauce) and Hue is the best place for this unique sauce.

Banh khoai

Banh khoai (delicious pancake) is so much like Banh xeo (sizzling pancake) since they both are made from rice flour, water, turmeric powder, added slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, bean sprouts and then pan fried.

Banh beo

Banh beo (water fern cake) is a kind of small steamed rice pancake. The name is to refer from the shape of the cake (like a water fern-Beo in Vietnamese).