A Bright and Lively Hue
16:00 every Saturday
Toa Kham Boat Dock
Truong Tien Bridge
Truong Tien Bridge – the bridge crossovers Perfume River and has become one of the most featured symbol of Hue.
Phan Boi Chau Statue
This place is to commemorate the patriot, the thinker, and the famous poet-writer of Vietnam in the early 20th century.
Lieu Quan Buddhist Cultural Center
This place is to research and exchange topics not only about Buddhism but also other special activities and events.
Phu Xuan Bridge
This is one of the three bridge crossing-over Perfume River, built during French Colonial period, which helps reduce significant traffic at this area.
Luong Dinh Welcome Pavilion
This ancient architectural hall was the place for the King to chill, admire the smoothly flowing Perfume River.
Quang Duc Gate
One of the important Hue Citadel gates. It was the entrance for Kings and royal families only.
Nine Holy Canons
The Nine Holy Cannons – 9 molded cannons during King Gia Long’s reign, viewed as the protectors of the citadel
Ngo Mon Square
It is the place where major events of ancient Hue dynasty took place. The flag tower was built inside the square with the national flag representing Vietnamese sacred spirit.
Hue Flag Tower
Belong to the project of ‘Hue – Sang va Song’ (Bright and Lively Hue) hosted by Vietravel with an implementing coordination of People’s Committee of Thua Thien – Hue Province. Every Friday and Saturday, this place fires the cannons at 19:30 & performs the lighting show using modern technology with more than 1,000 LED lights surrounding and along the flag tower.
Thua Thien Hue Historical Museum
This place stores historical and war artifacts in Vietnam, Central and Hue.
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Notable locations along the trip