Hue’s beauty through the lens of backpackers
With golden palaces, majestic tombs and ancient and peaceful beauty, Hue has always been a top tourist destination in Vietnam.
The gentle Huong (Perfume) River is one of the top tourist sites in Hue. The river has many names such as Lo Dung, Linh Dinh and Kim Tra.
Hue’s beauty is romantic, quiet. Another famous destination not to be missed when you visit Hue is Tam Giang Lagoon, the convergence of three major rivers of O Lau, Huong and Bo.
Hue National School is also a must-see place. Located on the bank of the Perfume River, Hue National School was built under the reign of King Thanh Thai (1896) with an area of 4,237 m2. This was the France-Vietnam school of entire Indochina and was the first high school in Hue.
The French-style school.
Temples in Hue are also worth to visit.
The journey to discover Hue must include the Tomb of King Khai Dinh. Located in Huong Thuy District, Hue, Tomb of Khai Dinh is also known by another name - Ung Tomb. Compared to other royal tombs in Hue, it covers a smaller area but the time to complete this work was the longest, up to 11 years.
The story of the lavish lifestyle of King Khai Dinh still makes many people curious. The tombof Khai Dinh in Hue shows the lifestyle of this king.
The Hue Citadel is located on the north bank of the Perfume River and was built in the Western style combined with oriental architecture.
The pace of life in Hue at night is slow like people here. Trang Tien Bridge at night.
Translated by Pha Le
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