Located in the middle of the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, about 4 km west of the Ho Chi Minh Road, Paradise cave is believed to be formed hundreds of millions of years ago, is surrounded by underground streams and rocky mountains.
Talking about Hue, most immediately think of Vietnam former capital with golden palaces, temples, tombs and ancient landscapes. However, Hue culture is also learnt through the art of food processing and culinary philosophy. Let’s take a trip around Hue to enjoy special tastes of beautiful land.
It is 7km from Hue city centre, Thuy Bieu village is a ideal destination of nature and culture along the upstream bank of Perfume River. This is comfortable and enjoyable stay in Hue countryside that tourists cannot afford to miss when in Hue.
About 15 kilometers from Hue City, Tam Giang Lagoon owns pristine beauty with the most beautiful moments as sunset when it turns purple and the skyline separating the water from the sky, with the whole lagoon’s surface shaking in the breeze. It is definitely attraction any tourist is dying to catch.
From the ancient capital of Hue, you can take a trip to discover specific culture of the Central Vietnam. First of all of this trip is Hue, of course. It became the nation`s capital in 1802. The city remained Vietnam`s capital until 1945. Although time and warfare have taken their toll, the local residents act as if Hue still is and Hue`s atmosphere of regal serenity remains intact.
Thanh Toan village is located in Thuy Thanh commune, Huong Thuy district. The village is regarded as one of the most beautiful villages in Hue with roads, peaceful rural landscape and particularly the tile-roofed bridge, which has become an attraction for tourists.
For tourists who are interested in countryside taste in Vietnam, Thuy Bieu Village is an amazing choice to enjoy nature and culture along the upstream bank of Perfume River.
Hue is not only famous for ancient imperial palaces, the city is also home of traditional crafts villages. These villages remain their production and manage to adapt to modern life in an attempt to preserve and develop these crafts.
Hue, Phong Nha, My Son and Hoi An are destinations any tourists can not afford to miss when in the middle of the land of elongated "S". A part of Vietnam history many thousand of years reappears through the Center Heritage Trail.