The best part of this place is the art pieces inside the main buildings. It has the combination colors of Western and Eastern architecture, from its foreign material to traditional workcrafts.
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We have been yesterday in this place. This tomb of the emperor is the farthest and most beautiful. Small, decorated with mosaic and inside there is a gilded royal box. The tomb is guarded by a small army of people, horses and elephants. Go from...More
A beautiful place. It does indeed have a lot of steps, but it's worth visiting. The statues are fun to see as well! Be sure to get a combo ticket for the Imperial Palace in Hue plus this tomb and Minh Mang Tomb.
The more steps there are the more hated the Emperor. Suffice to say there are a lot of steps so come to your own conclusions. You have to be able to walk up a lot of steps for this one and I suggest you get...More
Rented a scooter and drove out to this tomb, mostly on a hunch. Very impressive site with a lot of buildings, status and stairs. You should be prepared to work your calves as you will encounter a couple of very steep stairs to reach first...More
I could have spent longer at this huge Tomb. It was well worth seeing and understanding the history and trials of imperial Vietnam.
Strangely the Khai Dinh tomb, which according to our Vietnamese guide, was the most liked of all imperial tombs amongst Europeans reminded me of Versailles; not because of similarities in decoration (In fact these are totally different), but because, like Versailles, it is too kitschy...More