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Middle of Vietnam - Major cities: Hue, Da Nang, Hoi An

Hue City
Area: 70.99 sq. km
Population: 1,090,000 (2011)
Administrative Division : Wards:PhuNhuan, An Cuu, Truong An, PhuocVinh, VinhNinh, Phu Hoi, Xuan Phu, Vy Da, TayLoc, ThuanLoc, ThuanThanh, ThuanHoa, Kim Long, Phu Hoa, Phu Cat, Phu Hiep, Phu Hau, Phu Binh, Phu Thuan and Phuong Duc, Huong So, An Hoa, An Dong, An Tay, Huong Long, ThuyXuan, ThuyBieu.
- Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh)

hueHue was the seat of power of the Nguyen Emperors who ruled Vietnam from 1802 to 1945, and their impressive Citadel remains partially intact today despite the ravages of several wars. Legacies of the city's dynastic past are everywhere and keep visitors busy with visits to elaborate tombs and pagodas, mausoleums and assembly halls. Threaded along the beautiful Perfume River which flows through the city, the unique and extraordinary monuments serve as a guide to the lives of Vietnam's last emperors.

The spectacular Citadel is built on the same principles and design as Beijing's Forbidden Palace. The outer walls which can be between 10 to 21 meters thick enclose a vast compound of palaces, temples, meeting halls and pavilions, many of which are now sadly victims of war and the passage of time. The remaining buildings do however give ample clues to the grandeur and elegance that the walls once hid from commoners. The city is a traditional seat of culture and learning. Graduates of Hue's education system include Vietnam's famous general, Vo Nguyen Giap, and even Ho Chi Minh himself spent some time at Hue's National School. At around 5 pm each weekday afternoon one of Vietnam's most charming spectacles plays out as girls dressed in traditional, flowing "aodai" dresses leave the university and cycle along the leafy road bordering the Perfume River.

On the northern bank of Perfume River, one can discover relics consisting of palaces, which were constructed as arc defensive rampartsup to11km length. This valuable construction includes more than 100 architectural works, which reflected the life of Emperors and mandarins under reign of the Nguyen Kings. Situated in the middle of hills on the southern bank of Perfume River are very beautiful tombs of the Nguyen Kings. Among these tombs are the four most famous ones with the name and the arrangements of the tomb reflecting each Emperor's points of view, personality and tastes. There is the majestic Gia Long Tomb, the imposing Minh Mang Tomb, the poetic Tu Duc Tomb and the magnificent Khai Dinh Tomb.

Hue is also an important center of Buddhism. In Hue and its surrounding still exist dozens of pagodas constructed more 300 years ago, and hundreds of temples and pagodas built in the early century.  Hue is also the place where the royal court music originated, and a place with many traditional famous royal banquet dishes and sophisticated handicrafts.

This truly unique city of Vietnam still retains its form of a city under such a royal realm and due to the monarchic constructions, Hue has become an impressive and invaluable museum. In December 1993 UNESCO has recognized Hue as a World Cultural Heritage Site.

Hue remains a place of rich cultural heritage. No such place still exists with so many historical vestiges as in this ancient Capital City



The Imperial Citadel
hueThe construction of the Imperial Citadel, designed for exclusive use by the emperor, his family, and his retinue, started in 1804. The city is protected by a series of four enormous outer walls that are 7-21 meters thick. Access to the walled city is via four arched gates, the best known of which is the Ngo Mon Gate, built in 1834. The Imperial City contains a series of palaces, ornate halls, libraries, residences, and colleges. Much of the City, including the Forbidden Palace, was destroyed during a vicious battle between opposing forces during the Tet Offensive of 1968. One can spend an entire afternoon wandering around the grounds of the Imperial City, viewing the ancient architecture of the Nguyen emperors and scars of recent battles.

  • Address: Thuan Hanh Ward
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday
  • Entrance fee: Free


The Tomb Of Emperor Minh Mang
Much of the Imperial City was built during the reign of Emperor Minh Mang. His tomb is located at the juncture of two tributaries of the Perfume River surrounded by rolling hills. It is said that it took 13 years to find an appropriate burial site for the Emperor and upon arrival it's not hard to see why this location was chosen. Set within an exquisitely landscaped garden it is a tranquil and idyllic place. The site is considered one of the best examples of Nguyen Dynasty architecture and artwork.

  • Address:  HuongTho Ward, HuongTra District
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 7.30 am – 5.30 pm
  • Entrance fee: Around VND 55,000/guest

The Tomb Of Emperor Tu Duc
This tomb is located in an area of rolling hills and pine trees 7km outside Hue. The tranquil grounds are filled with trees, ponds and pavilions where TuDuc would write poetry. Emperor TuDuc had his tomb built 16 years prior to his death and actually wrote his own biography prior to his death.

  • Address: Thuong Ba Village, ThuyXuan Commune
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
  • Entrance fee: Around VND 55,000/guest

The Tomb Of Emperor Khai Dinh
KhaiDinh's was the last Mausoleum built during the Nguyen Dynasty, and is arguably the most beautiful of all the royal tombs. Situated on one of the Chau Mountains, amidst pine, cassava and sugar cane, KhaiDinh's tomb is surrounded by natural beauty. Its architecture is a blend of East and West. It took eleven years to build and was completed in 1931.

  • Address: 49 Thuy Bang, Huong Thuy Commune
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 7.30 am – 5.30 pm
  • Entrance fee: Around VND 55,000/guest

Thien Mu Pagoda
Thien Mu Pagoda is one of the oldest religious structures in Hue and is also one of the most impressive. It was constructed during the 17th century to worship the legend of a celestial lady. In 1844, Emperor Thieu Tri added the Phuoc Duyen stupa. This seven-storey stupa is 21 meters high, with each level dedicated to one of the various human forms taken by Buddha. In the 1930s and 1940s the Thien Mu Pagoda became an important meeting place for Buddhists. It became well-known worldwide when, in 1963, Thich QuangDuc, a 66 year old resident monk, died after setting himself on fire to protest anti-Buddhist policies of the government of South Vietnam. It is best to visit the pagoda by sampan as it sits on the banks of the Perfume River.

  • Address: Kim Long Road, Huong Long Ward, Perfume River
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 7.30 am – 5.30 pm
  • Entrance fee: Free

Tha Om Garden House
The Tha Om Garden House offers an opportunity to relax and enjoy traditional Vietnamese hospitality in the surrounds of a fully-working and functioning replica of a 19th century Hue residence. The house is situated in a charming garden containing a variety of trees, plants and a lotus pond and is in fact a complex of adjoining rooms including bedrooms, living quarters and a room dedicated to ancestral worship.

  • Address: 12/12 Nguyen Phuc Nguyen Street
  • Location map : Map
  • Entrance fee: From VND 100.000 – VND 300.000
  • Opening hour: everyday, 8.00 am – 10.00 pm

Thanh Toan Village
8km outside of Hue is a charming and undisturbed village surrounded by green rice paddies and irrigation canals.  Visitors wishing to unhurriedly explore a rural and quiescent countryside should visit this village.  In the middle of the village lies an aesthetically pleasing bridge made of roof tiles.  Additionally, the nearby village market adorns a vivid image of Vietnam’s countryside.

  • Address: ThuyThanh Commune, HuongThuy Ward
  • Location map: Map
  • Entrance fee: Free
  • Opening hour: Everyday

Lang Co Beach
One of Vietnam’s most accessible, pristine, yet least visited beaches. Set against a backdrop of the verdant foothills of the Annamite Cordillera, Lang Co beach lies on the eastern side of a spit between a semi-bracken lagoon and the South China Sea. It is generally overlooked by travelers in too much haste making their way north or south between Danang and Hue, and they are the poorer for their haste.

A leisurely drive up over the Hai Van Pass from Danang, Lang Co is pure beach relaxation without much of the “in your face” commercialism (Yet!) which afflicts all the better known beach destinations in Vietnam. The sands along the 8-9km stretch of beach are clean and the water is clear unless there are storms about out in the South East Sea.

There is a resort with the usual facilities on Lang Co beach and quite a few private guesthouses and hotels have opened their doors along the beachfront to welcome overseas travelers.

  • Address: Thuythanh Commune, Huongthuy Ward
  • Location Map: Map
  • Opening Hour: Everyday
  • Entrance Fee: Free
  • Recommendation: April to July is the best time for beach relaxation on this end of the central coast. However, august-September also heralds the beginning of the typhoon season, so some pounding surf and stormy weather can be experienced.



Da Nang City
Area: 1,283.4 sq. km
Population: 926,000 (2010)
Administrative divisions: Districts: HaiChau, ThanhKhe, Son Tra, NguHanh Son, Lien Chieu, Cam Le. Rural districts: HoaVang, Hoang Sa.
Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Hoa, Co Tu, Tay...

da nangDanang is the largest city in central Vietnam and one of the country's most important ports. Shadowed by mountains on one side and the East Sea on the other, Danang has numerous sites of natural beauty and historic interest.
The city’s origins date back to the ancient Champa Kingdom, established by Indonesian settlers in 192AD. At its peak, the Cham’s sphere of influence stretched from north of Hue to the Mekong Delta. The expansion of the Chinese, Vietnamese and Khmer led to the decline and fall of the Cham by the mid-15th century.

Danang City is located in middle of Central Vietnam, between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, separated from Laos by the western Truong Son Mountains. It is surrounded by Thua Thien-Hue along the northern border and Quang Nam on the southern border. It is embraced by the Eastern Sea with 150km of coastline.

da nangDanang is located in the zone of typical tropical monsoon, temperate and equable climate. The city's weather bears the combination of the north and the south climate characters with the inclination to the former. There are two main seasons of only wet and dry (rather than summer and winter): the wet season from August to December and the dry season from January to July, cold waves and swells are occasional at this time but they are of average height and short lasting.
The average temperature is about 260C, the highest is 28-300C in June, July, August, the lowest is 18-230C in December, January, February. In Ba Na Mountain, the temperature is 200C. Average rainfall is 2,505mm per year that concentrates during October and November. The average humidity in the central coastal area is 83.4%.

da nangDanang is an ancient land, closely related with the Sa Huynh cultural traditions. Many imposing, palaces, towers, temples, citadels and ramparts, the vestiges from 1st to 13th are still to be seen in the Cham Museum. Danang has other various interesting attractions, including the Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountains) as well as the Linh Ung Pagoda, Han River, and My An, Non Nuoc beaches, stretching on dozens of kilometers of white sandy beaches.  Danang also remains to be the gateway to Hoi An ancient town.



My Son
My Son is a remarkable archaeological site dating back over a thousand years. Located in a remote forested valley some 70 km west of Da Nang, this former capital and religious center of the Cham Kingdom once contained in excess of 70 styles of temples and pagodas. Although badly damaged by bombing raids in the 1960s the site still has over 20 structures and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999.

  • Address: Duy Xuyen District, Quang Nam Province
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 6.30 am – 5.00 pm
  • Entrance fee: Around VND 100,000/guest

Cham Museum
Established by the Ecole Francaised’Extreme Orient in 1915, the Cham Museum houses the world's finest collection of Cham art. Many of the statues, sculptures and reliefs were discovered at the nearby former Cham capitals of Dong Duong, Khuong My and Tra Kieu as well as My Son, which is a UNESCO designated World Heritage site. Dating from the 7th to the 15th centuries, the numerous displays of artwork depict daily activities as well as Hindu and Buddhist religious artifacts. The museum itself is housed in a beautiful French colonial style villa with open-air courtyards, fruit trees and bougainvillea.

  • Address: 01 Trung Nu Vuong Street, Da Nang Province
  • Location map : Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 7.00 am – 5.30 pm
  • Entrance fee: Around VND 30,000/guest, complimentary for children under 16 years old

Marble Mountains
The Marble Mountains are rocky limestone outcrops jutting out of the beach just south of Danang. Paths lead to the top of the forested cliffs, affording spectacular views of Non Nuoc Beach and the East Sea. The caves nestled in the cliffs were originally inhabited by the Cham people. Later, Vietnamese under the Nguyen Dynasty built numerous pagodas amongst the caves. Today, the Marble Mountains are home to various artisans producing many different sculptures and types of artwork.

  • Address: HoaHai Ward, NguHanh Son District
  • Location map : Map
  • Opening hour: Wveryday
  • Entrance fee: Around VND 15,000/guest

Non Nuoc Beach
This white sandy beach on the outskirts of Danang is renowned for both its spectacular beauty and for its history as an R&R destination for American troops during the War. Today, the beach is home to luxurious resorts, surfing and entertainment facilities.

  • Address: HoaHai Ward, NguHanh Son District
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday
  • Entrance fee: Free

By Road: Danang is 108km from Hue, 130km from QuangNgai, 763km from Hanoi, and 947km from Ho Chi Minh City.
By Air: The Danang International Airport is 2.5km south-west of the city center. There are domestic flights to some cities. There are direct flight from Bangkok, Hong Kong, SiemRiep, Taipei and Singapore to Danang City by Vietnam Airlines, PB Air, SiemRiep Airways and Silk Airways. 
By Train: Thong Nhat Express train, which connects Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, stops in Danang.
By Water:
 There are marine routes to international and domestic ports. TienSa and Han River ports are located in a very wonderful position.



Hoi An Town
With the total area of 60km², Hoi An City is located in Quang Nam Province, at the lower section of Thu Bon River, about 50km to the northeast of Tam Ky City (the capital of Quang Nam Province) and 30km to the south of Da Nang City.

hoi anThe city has 13 communes, wards (9 wards, 3 mainland communes and 1 island commune). Tan Hiep Island Commune has the area of 15km2, includes 7 islands, of which the largest ones is Cham Island (Cu Lao Cham). Hoi An also has 7km-coastline that is favorable for tourism development, of which Cua Dai Beach is one of the nicest and cleanest beaches in Viet Nam

The population of Hoi An City is about 88,933 habitants (2009). Mostly of which are Viet (Kinh) and Hoa (Chinese) groups.

Few visitors fail to be charmed by the tiny, teeming streets and crooked houses of Hoi An, 30 kilometers south of Danang. Indeed, almost everyone rates the town among their favorite stops in Vietnam. Originally a harbor for the Cham city at My Son, the town became a trading port for Chinese, Japanese and European traders, reaching its peak during the 17th century. The different influences on this riverside town over the centuries have resulted in an eclectic mix of architectural styles, ranging from Chinese assembly halls to grand merchants' houses to French colonial villas. Though many of the houses have been restored, they maintain their original beauty. Most are characterized by polished wooden floors, intricately carved doors and shutters and antique furniture.

hoi anIn recent years, Hoi An's traders have dedicated themselves to the arts, and the town is home to dozens of art galleries, textile houses and museums. Transportation around Hoi An is by cyclo, on foot or by hired bicycle. A half-hour pedal at a leisurely pace brings visitors to Hoi An's popular Cua Dai beach. Alternatively, one can rent a local sampan and enjoy a peaceful boat ride down the river to the beach

Hoi An City is located in the region of tropical monsoon climate. Hoi An's annual average temperature is 25oC, air humidity is 82%, rainfall reaches up to 2,066mm.

From the 16th to 19th century, Hoi An used to be an international trade center on the East - West commercial itinerary and also the busiest trading port in Dang Trong (the South region of Viet Nam). Merchant ships from Japan, China, Portugal, Spain, Netherlands... often stopped here to exchange and purchase commodities.

In the progresses of establishment and development, Hoi An was known with many difference names as Faifo, Haisfo, Hoai pho, Ketchem, Cotam... Archeological and architectural relics prove that Hoi An was an important meeting place of many cultures, such as Champa, Viet Nam, Japan and China...

hoi anUntil now, a complex of ancient architecture relics in Hoi An has been preserved mostly intact, including many old houses, assembly halls, temples, pagodas, wells, bridges, churches, ports, markets, roads... with mossy ancient color. According to statistics, the relics in Hoi An are classified into 11 categories, including 1,068 ancient houses, 19 pagodas, 43 temples, 23 communal houses, 38 family worship houses, 5 assembly halls, 11 ancient wells, 1 bridge, 44 ancient tombs... The existence of Hoi An Ancient City is the only case in Viet Nam and also rare in the world. Hoi An is considered  as a living museum of architecture and urban lifestyle.

Besides diverse architectures, Hoi An also keep quite grandiose intangible culture values. Daily life of the locals with customs, religious activities, folk art, festivals, traditional craft villages, specialty dishes... have been preserved and promoted.

In December 1999, Hoi An Ancient City was recognized as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.



Japanese Covered Bridge
The Japanese covered bridge was built over a small canal in 1593 to link the Japanese quarter to the Chinese quarter. Designed and built by the Japanese community, the wooden structure has remained intact. On one side of the bridge are carvings of two dogs and on the other two statues of monkeys. There are two possible reasons for this: firstly construction began during a year of the dog and ended during a year of the monkey and secondly both the dog and monkey were revered by the Japanese as many of their Emperors were born in either a dog or monkey year. On the northern side of the bridge there is a Japanese pagoda dedicated to protecting sailors.

  • Address : Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Minh An, Hoi An Ancient City, Quang Nam Province
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 7.00 am – 5.30 pm
  • Entrance fee: Free

Fukien Chinese Assembly Hall
This assembly hall dates back to 697 and is the largest, oldest and most colorful in the town. The pagoda inside contains intricate statues and artwork, in part dedicated to Thien Hau Thanh Mau, the Goddess of the Sea and protector of fishermen. Just inside the building a mural depicts the goddess preparing to rescue a ship in trouble at sea.

  • Address: 46 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 8.00 am – 5.00 pm
  • Entrance free: Free

Tan Ky House
This well preserved 18th century house blends Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese architectural styles. Chinese poems written in mother-of-pearl are inscribed on the columns, the roof is shaped in a distinctive Japanese, crab-shell shape and the outer structure is Vietnamese in design.

  • Address : 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An Ancient Town, Quang Nam Province
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday, 8.00 am – 5.00 pm
  • Entrance fee : Around VND 10.000/guest

Tra Que Village
Situated just outside Hoi An and surrounded by fields of vegetables and crops TraQue village is dedicated to the growing of traditional vegetables and supplies Hoi An and its neighbors with most of the fresh produce which goes in to making distinctive central Vietnamese dishes such as Cao Lau and Quang noodle. The origin of the village dates back more than a hundred years to when a band of fishermen decided to settle on the land and farm.

  • Address: 3 km North of Hoi An’s Ancient Town, Quang Nam Province
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday
  • Entrance fee: Free

Cua Dai Beach

This large stretch of beach is only 5km from Hoi An and can be reached either by car or a 20 minute bicycle ride along a picturesque country road. The beach is very popular with the Vietnamese, particularly on summer mornings and evenings.

  • Address: 3 km North of Hoi An’s Ancient Town, Quang Nam Province
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday
  • Entrance fee: Free

Cham Island

According to archaeologists, Cu Lao was first settled by the Cham people3,000 years ago and they established business contacts with overseas countries some 1,000 years ago. Up to now, Cu Lao Cham has preserved many architectural constructions which date back to the 18th and 19th centuries. They include the shrine dedicated to Than Yen Sao, built in 1843 at Bai Huong and Hai Tang Pagoda, built in 1753 on the western hillside of Hon Lao. Still, Cu Lao Cham has more to offer. After a 3-hour canoe trip, one may hop over to the famed Well of the Cham.

  • Address: Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An Ancient Town, Quang Nam Province
  • Location map: Map
  • Opening hour: Everyday
  • Entrance fee: free


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