The trip offers an inside local lifestyle with their unique handicraft and wonderful scenery of Hue countryside with rice field, canals with ducks and country roads wandering through villages and dotted with old family temple and pagodas.

Day 1: Community Village

8:30 pick up from your hotel transfer to Emperor Dragon Boat, the most luxury boat build by Hue conservation center. We cruise down Huong River and reach Bao Vinh village after 60 minutes, off the boat we ride a bicycle to Thanh Phuoc village, the only village has Cham statue. After that, we cross Huong river village Paper painting house, paper lotus house.
We then drive to House of President Ho Chi Minh’s Father who was living here during early 20 century and where Uncle Ho lived before he came to Saigon.

Continue drive to Thanh Toan Village where we could visit the only agriculture museum in central of Vietnam. Visit the village and the 200-year-old bride, Enjoy your lunch at a local house.

Afternoon, we drive to Dam Chuon lagoon, visit houses making conical hats, rice wine and duck hatched farm before enjoy the boat trip to the lagoon, watch the sunset with the magnificent view of the lagoon in the later of the afternoon.

Drive back you hotel before dusk.

Day 2: Hue – Imperial Sites

In the morning we drive to visit Imperial Citadel, spending 2 hours walking to visit the South Gate, Supreme Palace, Emperor family altars, Mother Queen Palace and the ruins of purple Citadel, stop at 6 Ministry building for some coffee and learning about history of Nguyen Administration office before we drive to Thien Mu pagoda.

There is a lunch at one of Hue garden restaurant.

In the afternoon we drive to Visit Emperor Tu Duc Tomb the fourth Emperor of Nguyen Dynasty and the most poetic Emperor that lost the country to French under his reign. Following we visit Khai Dinh Tomb the last Emperor who built tomb with a strong combination of Asian and romance structure.

Tour end at your hotel before 4 pm

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Hue Imperial citadel

Hue Imperial citadel  Established as the capital of unified Viet Nam in 1802, Hué was not only the political but also the cultural and religious centre under the Nguyen dynasty until 1945. The Perfume River winds its way through the Capital City, the Imperial City, the Forbidden Purple City and the Inner City, giving this unique feudal Read more

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