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Update news, things to do, things to see, where to eat… around Hue

Hue is a small city living on its glorious past at a very slow pace with Perfume River in its heart. Join Slow Travel Hue on our immersive and authentic cycling excursion.
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Hue’s heavy rain season starts in September and would last till December. Drizzle continues till April, when the summer thunderstorms arrive.The rain, uniquely, is part of the culture of aesthetics in Hue. There are different kinds of rain, which are appreciated by the people for different features. Whether being caught in a sudden showers on...
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HUE is a story full of pleasure and discovery in your journey to Vietnam. When you arrive here, you will have the feeling your are in love, in high spirit and great pleasure, and with a zest of adventure and discovery. Every stay in Hue is not long enough to deepen your love, but long...
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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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Bao Vinh is one of the bustling ancient towns from the Nguyen Dynasty from mid 17th to 19th centuries. It was the busiest trade center in Dang Trong area where Chinese and Japanese merchants chose to exchange their goods. For the decade, the ancient town still lives as a usual corner of Hue city, keeps...
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When the sun setting down, you find yourselves walking leisurely on the rural paths, meeting friendly farmers, joyful kids, calling into a village pagoda and temples and let the your mind and soul open to touching something exotic and authentic. A local family invites you to their home, telling you about their ancestor and their...
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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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In Vietnam rural, sweet potatoes and cassava are the popular farm produces and can be valued as a “back-up” for rice during difficult days. Beginning of September is the time for harvesting cassava in Thanh Toàn village, located 7km from Huế center. We have the privilege to join the farmers on the fields, witness how...
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Our mascot is a humanised turtle wearing a heart shaped shell, travelling slowly and happily. The head leans on Sustainability to promote a “tourism that respects both local people and the traveler, cultural heritage and the environment”. Our heart shares Happiness or “Fulfilling in connecting”. Our hands embrace Nature to provide eco-friendly services.

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