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Cultural Heritage

Đông Ba market is a must-see on your trip to Hue. Besides being the most centralized and bustling trading center, it is also a historic place.
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Thanh Toàn bridge was built with an authentic Vietnamese architecture called “Thượng Gia, Hạ Kiều” (House above, bridge below). Thus today, locals and visitors can take a rest on the bridge and enjoy the cool air like sitting under a house
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Tu Hieu is one of the most atmospheric ancient pagoda nestled peacefully under a pined hill. Curiously it relates to life and death of the eunuchs of Nguyễn Dynasty
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We are commemorating the Buddha’s Birth, Enlightenment and Passing, so-called day of Vesak, year 2559 in Buddhist calendar. Let us show you how Hue city and its citizens, majority are Buddhists have been preparing and living this festive atmosphere, with a series of cultural events.
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Most visitors to Huế are attracted by the city's greenery. There are royal and palace gardens, royal tomb gardens, pagoda gardens and interestingly house gardens.
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Coming to Hue, you probably visit the Citadel and Emperor Mausoleum. However, have you ever been curious about a mandarin life? Follow our cycling tour in Hue to discover a unique Mandarin Mausoleum, a must-see masterpiece not only in Hue.
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Tiger Arena is one of the hidden legacies of Nguyen Dynasty that easily find in a cycling tour in Hue. These below the secret of this interesting site.
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Raising ducks and cultivating rice have a tight relation in rural economy as they make beneficial to each other. Each time of the year is a different scene, but this interbeeing is always very present in the countryside and has not much changed through time. Travelers on our Rice and Rural Life Immersion, cycling tour...
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Once a year, Full Moon Festival, known as Tết “Trung Thu” (Mid-Autumn) or Têt “Trông Trăng” (Admiring the Moon), is the most exciting time for children in Vietnam. Not only they expect to receive nice gifts from their beloved parents, and family, but also they pray for a real full moon, to enjoy a lantern...
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“Mệ” is a personal pronoun to implicate elderly women over 60 years old, or for the kids to address their grandmothers. Meanwhile, under Nguyễn Dynasty, Huế people also called descendants of Nguyễn Royal Family as “Mệ”, regardless of their gender. “Mệ” is a title, a privileged social class with royal source but also designates a...
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