Presently the capital of Thua Thien Hue province in Vietnam, Hue once served as the imperial capital of the Nguy?n Dynasty. It is undoubtedly the most royal city of the country and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its landscape is dotted with palaces, temples, monuments, pagodas, and tombs – many of which suffered heavy damages during the war years – narrate the story of an empire lost. Whether you are a history enthusiast or just a traveler exploring a city’s cultures, Hue would certainly quench your wanderlust.
Situated on the Perfume River (H??ng Giang), this city offers a picturesque view on a clear day and is always exuding a sense of tranquility. New and old features have been juxtaposed throughout the cityscape and you can expect the comforts of modern life in an antique setting. Hue’s charm would have you hanging about here for as long as practically possible for you.