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Hue

Hue may not be considered as a tourist destination, but the place offers many attractions to travellers. This is a historically significant city: it used to be the Imperial City before it became the nation's capital during the Nguyen dynasty. It is also where several royal tombs can be found. While most of the structures in Hue were damaged during the war with the French and the Americans, there are still a lot of things worth seeing in the area. 

The city of Hue combines both ancient features and modern touches, and this dichotomy is outlined by the Perfume River. The west bank of the river is where the ruins of the Citadel and the Imperial City, as well as remarkable ancient architecture, can be found (complex of Hue monuments). The east bank is where more contemporary facilities such as hotels and restaurants are situated. The Trang Tien Bridge is what connects the citadel area to the new town.

One of the most notable things about Hue is the food. The local cuisine is distinct, and is best tried streetside. Two must-try dishes are bun bo Hue and banh khoi.


Hue Hotels


Vedana Lagoon Resort & Spa  
Pilgrimage Village Boutique Resort & Spa  
La Residence Hotel And Spa  
Vina Hotel Hue  
Bao Son 1 Hotel  
Ngu Binh Hotel  
Valentine Hotel Hue  
Angsana Lang Co  
Victory Hotel Hue  
Phoenix Hotel 1  
Banyan Tree Lang Co  
StarCity Hotel Hue  
Lam Bao Long Hotel  
Muong Thanh Hue Hotel  
Elegant Hotel Hue  
DMZ Hotel  
Midtown Hotel Hue  
Eldora Hotel Hue  
Best Western Premier Indochine Palace  
Alba Thanh Tan Hot Spring Resort Hue  
Hue Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa  
Thai Y Hotel  
Truong Phu Hotel