|Around Hue By Private Motorbike or Car|
Location: Tour departs from your hotel in Hue
• Thanh Toan Bridge
Thien Mu Pagoda is the oldest monastery in Hue and one of the most important culture centers in Vietnam. It is on the banks of the Perfume River and about three kilometers from downtown Hue.
• House Make Incense
Nam Giao Esplanade is located about 4km south of Hue City. This open-air monument. It was built based on the dogma of heaven fate of Confucianism and has architecture of both the religious and political significance of Oriental feudalism.
• Thien Mu Pagoda
The Imperial City at Hue is the best-preserved remnant of a vast citidel and royal quarters that once existed on the site. It has been declared a UNESCO site and the remaining buildings have been lovingly restored. But, much of the site was so badly damaged that it has been given over to vast rice fields that cover most of the Purple Forbidden City. Even so, the remaining buildings are sufficient to give the visitor a sense of how the Vietnamese interpreted Chinese imperial architecture and adapted it to their culture.
Dong Ba market on the north bank of the Perfume River a few hundred metres north of Trang Tien Bridge, is Hue’s largest market, where anything and everything can be bought. It was rebuilt after much of the structure was destroyed by a typhoon in 1986.