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While imperial rule ended more than six decades ago, the central city of Hue still bears the marks of its royal past. From 1802 to 1945, Hue was home to 13 Nguyen emperors whose palaces and tombs provide a fascinating glimpse into the lavish, secretive world of the royal court.
Visitors can explore the red-lacquered pavilions of the Citadel, wander through ancient garden houses, or feast on delicacies once served in the royal palaces.
|Hanoi||1hr 15min flight|
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Thien Mu Pagoda is a seven-story pagoda built in the 17th century and is considered to be the unofficial symbol of Hue
Experience the beauty of Hue on a gentle boat cruise on the Perfume River
One of the most elaborate royal tombs in Hue belongs to Emperor Khai Dinh, who ruled the country from 1916-1925
Hien Nhon Gate is one of the many gates that lead into the Imperial Citadel
Hue is known for its ancient garden homes which were designed based on feng shui principles