Coated in a blanket of mist and fog as winter approaches, breathtaking scenery can be seen in the ancient capital of Hue from a height.
The entirety of Hue can be seen with swirling fog in the morning.
During the winter, Hue can be found covered with a sheet of mist and fog early in the morning.
The Hue Imperial Citadel, also known as Dai Noi, is a major landmark in the city and covers an area of over 500 hectares.
Morning commuters struggle to see the other side of Truong Tien bridge due to mist and fog as they cross the Huong river.
A magnificent view of Da Vien bridge in the early morning.
At around 8:30am in Thien An hill, the mist can be seen gradually disappearing.
Mist rolls over the giant statue of Buddha situated atop Tu Tuong mountain in Thuy Bang commune of Huong Thuy district.
A view of the hills surrounding Son Tho lake covered in mist. The lake is located approximately 15km from Hue in located in Huong Tho commune of Huong Tra town and covers a total area of 28 hectares.
Phan Thanh Gian, director of the department confirmed the news and said the authorities have hosted a training session for over 350 local artists in performing the art between November 11 and 30.
With crisp autumn days upon us, the ancient capital of Hue in the central province of Thua Thien Hue is an attractive destination among visitors who come to enjoy the city’s stunning landscapes and tranquil atmosphere.