Hue City features beautifully natural landscapes and the king’s ancient tombs. With one day Hue city tour, you can visit famous tombs such as Ming Mang Tomb, Khai Dinh Tomb, Tu Duc Tomb, traditional paper flowers village of Thanh Tien. Furthermore, you can visit extraordinary architecture and wonderful landscapes of Hue Citadel and much more.
Hue 6-hour Tour
Hue Citadel, Minh Mang Tomb, Khai Dinh Tomb
- Type of tour: Private car tour
- Duration: 5 to 6 hours
- Departure: 8:30AM or at selected time
With an area of 500ha and a system of three circles of ramparts, namely from outside to inside: Kinh Thanh Hue (Hue Capital Citadel), Hoang Thanh (Royal Citadel) and Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden Citadel).
Hue has chosen to be the capital city of the Southern Kingdom by all Lords Nguyen and officially became the capital under Tay Son Dynasty. For approximately 400 years, Hue has become a great landscape and architectural site. Hue royal complex has been officially recognized by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1993.
Ngu Binh Mountain in the south is used as a front screening elevation. Two sand dunes of The Con Hen and Con Da Vien on the Perfume River are chosen as geomancy condition “dragon on the left, tiger on the right” to protect the capital city.
Minh Mang Tomb
This majestic tomb is renowned for its architecture and sublime forest setting. The tomb was planned during Minh Mang’s reign (1820–40) but built by his successor, Thieu Tri.
Minh Mang’s tomb is in An Bang village, on the west bank of the Perfume River, 12km from Hue.
Situated on the north bank of the Perfume River in the village of Huong Long, five kilometers from the city of Hue, Thien Mu Pagoda is one of the most beautiful and well-preserved religious sites in Vietnam.
The name of the pagoda comes from a legend. Long ago an old woman known as Thien Mu (literally “Heavenly Lady”) appeared on the hill where the pagoda now stands. She told the local people that one day a King would come and build a Buddhist temple for the country’s prosperity. In 1601, on hearing this legend, King Nguyen Hoang began construction of the pagoda.
Khai Dinh Tomb
This hillside monument is a synthesis of Vietnamese and European elements. Most of the tomb’s grandiose exterior is covered in blackened concrete, creating an unexpectedly Gothic air, while the interiors resemble an explosion of colourful mosaic.
Khai Dinh was the penultimate emperor of Vietnam, from 1916 to 1925, and widely seen as a puppet of the French. The construction of his flamboyant tomb took 11 years. The tomb of Khai Dinh is 10km from Hue in Chau Chu village.
Sedan 36 USD
SUV/ MPV 46 USD
Van (12 seater) 61 USD
Private air-conditioned car or van with very good English speaking driver, parking fees, mineral water.
Notice: our driver will give you information and guide you outside the visiting places.
Food, other drinks, other expenses, entrance fees, tips.