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  • Bach Ma National Park With close proximity to both Hue and Danang, Bach Ma national park is simple a cannot-afford-to-miss for nature lovers and especially bird-watching enthusiasts.

  • Vong Canh Hill Just 43m high, the hill is located 7km from Hue centre, with its foot lying next to slowly flowing Perfume River. On the way to Tu Duc Tomb, there’s a hill called Vong Canh, which at first seems to be quite normal amongst other famous sightseeing spots of Hue

  • Hue Temple of Literature In Hue, the old capital of Vietnam, the Temple of Literature (so-called Van Mieu Hue or Van Thanh) majestically lies on the bank of Perfume River, to the west of the Citadel, just 1km from prestigious Linh Mu pagoda.

  • Nam Giao Esplanade Emperors under feudalism oftern regarded themselves as "thien tu" - the sons of Heaven. Hence, to express their respect to Father God, they often held annual offering ceremonies to worship. That's why Nam Giao Esplanade was built by King Gia Long after being crowned, in Duong Xuan Village, south of Hue City.

  • Quoc Hoc Hue - Century Old High School Being the first and also the oldest high school in Vietnam, originally Quoc Hoc (National high school) was the school for children from royal and noble families.

  • Hue Imperial Citadel Famously being one of Vietnam’s seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Imperial City of Hue has long been a must-see attraction for tourists visiting a hidden charm of Vietnam.

  • Dong Ba Market Dong Ba Market is the biggest commercial center of Thua Thien – Hue province and the adjacent regions

  • Thien Mu pagoda If Hanoi has One-pillar pagoda, Hue is renowned for its Thien Mu pagoda. The architecture, location and history makes Thien Mu pagoda among the top attractions to see in Hue.

  • Tu Duc Tomb A glance at the tomb can create the illusion of a park, packed with frangipani trees and grove of pines.

  • Minh Mang tomb Touted as the most majestic of all royal tombs, Minh Mang Tomb is a complex of 40 sites.

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