In the morning, around 8 am to 8:20 am, our guide will come to pick you up at your hotel in Hue city center. We start the Hue City Group Tour by visiting the Dong Ba market- the biggest market in Hue city. Well, as you know, the open time of the Dong Ba market Hue is from 4 am to 6 pm and you can find out everything you like here. Moreover, the market is the perfect place where you can understand the culture, customs as well as learning how to bargain.
After that, we will visit Hue Imperial City– a complex of 3 sections includes Hue Citadel– the protecting area; Hue Royal City– the working place of emperors, civil and military servants; Hue Forbidden City– the private residence of the emperor, his concubines as well as eunuchs.
Then, we will visit Thien Mu pagoda– as know as Linh Mu pagoda (Heavenly Lady Pagoda) or the (pagoda of the Celestial Lady). This is the over 400 years old pagoda from 1601. with wonderful views, beautiful architecture, and mysterious stories!
From Thien Mu pagoda, our group will enjoy a 35 minutes Dragon boat ride on the Perfume River for sightseeing. Then we will have a lovely lunch at a local food restaurant.
After lunch, continue the Hue City Group Tour, we will visit the Hue Royal Tombs and firstly is the Minh Mang Tomb. Minh Mang Tomb is the beautiful royal tomb of the 2nd emperor of the Nguyen dynasty. It is such a fabulous tomb with perfect Fengshui settings as well as the fascinating views. Our experienced tour guide will tell you some interesting stories about this clever emperor.
After that, we will enjoy the beauty of the unique royal tomb of the 12th emperor- the Khai Dinh Tomb. It is the smallest but the most special, expensive, and beautiful royal tomb in Vietnam as well as the world. You will say WOW as we promise you!
Last but not least in Hue City Group Tour, we will explore the Incense Making Village– the local village where we can learn how to make incense by hands. Before going back to your hotels and finish the Hue City Group Tour 1 Day, we will enjoy some local green tea and ginger jams.
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