Huong River (Perfume River), Hue

Perfume River or Huong River is a big river flowing through the heart of Hue City, famous for its poetic and lyrical beauty. A legend says that it is called Perfume River because, at the head of the river, there are many types of perfumed grass that bring the scent into the stream. However, there […]

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Nam Giao Esplanade, Hue

Nam Giao Esplanade is a high ground area in the suburb in the south of the imperial capital, in the past, kings prayed the god there. Nguyen Dynasty Nam Giao Esplanade is the place where the Nguyen kings held the ceremony to pray for the country peacefully and prosperously in spring every year. This is […]

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Tiger Arena (Ho Quyen), Hue

Tiger Arena (Ho Quyen), Hue Located in Truong Da Village, Thuy Bieu Ward, Hue City, Tiger Arena or Ho Quyen is a relic in the Hue Ancient Capital complex. It is a tiger cage and an arena, unique that may not be available anywhere in the world. Ho Quyen is an open arena with a […]

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A Guide To Travel Ho Chi Minh By Bus

Bus is one of the most effective, safe, comfortable, and cheap ways to travel Ho Chi Minh City which has over 100 bus routes and hundreds of high-quality bus equipped with air conditioners, sometimes cameras, free wifi. Instead of spending your money taking taxis, motorbike taxis, cyclos, or booking tours to travel Ho Chi Minh, […]

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How to get to Cu Chi Tunnels by bus?

The hustle and bustle Ho Chi Minh City has a large number of things to do. After spending one or two days in District 1 and neighboring districts, tourists usually visit Mekong Delta and Cu Chi Tunnels. The legendary of the historic Cu Chi underground system is one of the must-see tourist attractions in Ho […]

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Hon Chen Temple

Hon Chen Temple is located on Ngoc Tran Mountain, belonging to Ngoc Ho Village, Huong Ho Ward, Huong Tra Town, Thua Thien – Hue Province (Nine kilometers away from Hue Ancient Citadel by road). Hon Chen Temple is well-known not only because it is a religious monument but also because it is an architectural monument. […]

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Hung King Temple, Ho Chi Minh City

Located at 2 Nguyen Binh Khiem Street, Ben Thanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, The Hung King Temple was designed by the architect Auguste Delaval and built in 1927-1929. The temple was named as Temple du Souvenir Annamite which means Annamite Temple of remembrance and primarily to honor the memory of at least […]

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