Hue

Hue Citadel: Legacy of Vietnam’s Last Feudal Dynasty

Hue Citadel and Purple Forbidden City have many UNESCO-listed sites. Against all odds of war, revolution, and neglect, the heritage of Vietnam’s final feudal dynasty is once again coming to light. Discover how Nguyen Emperors lived and architectural legacies they bequeathed.
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Lang Co Beach: A Trip from Danang or Hue

Lang Co Beach is a great way to unwind on a road trip from Danang or Hue. From Danang or Hoi An, the Hai Van Pass is a must, or it’s a nice getaway from Hue also to Bach Ma National Park. Swim in the sea, enjoy watersports, fresh seafood, or visit a fancy resort for a day.
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Vinh Moc Tunnels: Life Beneath the Ravaging Vietnam War

Vinh Moc Tunnels are 100 km north of Hue in the former DMZ. This was the most bombed area in Vietnamese history. Miraculously, and thanks to the tunnels, no civilian lives were lost and new ones were even born. Hear first hand from survivors dedicated to preserving the site.
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Bach Ma National Park: Hiking and Trekking the Trails

Bach Ma National Park is a short getaway from Danang and Hue. There are many easy hiking trails and a few challenging routes. Hike to Bach Ma summit for stunning views of Hue and Danang. Other highlights are Do Quyen waterfall, Five Lakes, and Truc Lam Zen Monastery.
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Paradise Cave: Heaven Found Below the Earth

Paradise Cave is the jewel of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. It’s not just the world’s longest cave, but one of the most spectacular. Well constructed wooden platforms and walkways take you along 1 km of spectacular formations. Discover more things to do in Ke Bang.
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Thien Mu Pagoda: The Eternal Symbol of Hue

Thien Mu is the oldest pagoda in Hue and one of the most historic places for Mahayana Buddhism in Vietnam. It sits on a bend on the Perfume River and its iconic tower encompasses the landscape. A visit here can put you in touch with the varied spiritual tapestry of Hue.
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