1h walking or 30min with bike. A taxi will charge you 100k vnd to go there and there is not charge for waiting. The temple is very nice and very green. Many parts in construction when we arrived.
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The tomb of Tu Duc is a fantastic place to visit. It was emperor Tu Docs place of refuge from the business of the Citadel. They then chose to build his tomb there. And you can see why . It is so beautiful and peaceful....More
It's a significant size and built by the emperor during his life - he had to write his own obituary, normally done by the eldest son as despite having over 100 wives he did not have one. The site is quite restful with its lake...More
Being used to calm and often spartan oriental architecture, we found this tomb a must-see. Even though it is ‘blingy’ it is very impressive and a ‘must see’ in Hue.
It's good, but in very bad shape and dangerous when wet. There are really only a few spots of real interest but very spread out. Back in The day, this must have been very imoressive. Entrance was about 7 bucks
You can spend up to two hours walking about the grounds here. There’s quite a bit to see. The final resting place of a ruler of the Nguyen dynasty is located here. In another area is a group of people playing ancient Vietnamese instruments and...More
One of the highlights when visiting the old imperial city of Hué. The complex was constructed during the second half of the 19th century and still leaves several mysteries. One of the less important emperors. Admire the garden, the buildings, pools... a place to remember...More