Hue Imperial Citadel, Tam Giang lagoon, and Thien Mu pagoda are among the must-visit destinations in the central province of Thua Thien Hue for tourists.
Thien Mu pagoda was originally built in 1601. It is located on Ha Khe hill and can be found about 5km from Hue city with views of the Huong river. Visitors can immerse themselves amid a tranquil atmosphere and clean air.
The Imperial Citadel, also known as Dai Noi, is 1km away from Truong Tien bridge. The entrance fee to the site is VND150,000 per visitor
The monument of the Khai Dinh tomb is located in Huong Thuy commune. It took a total of 11 years to complete work on the site.
Quoc Hoc Hue school is located at No 12, Le Loi street. Covering an area of more than 4,000 square metres, it is prominent with red walls and is an ideal place for people to take beautiful photos amid stunning natural scenery
Thanh Toan tile bridge in Thanh Thuy village, Thuy Thanh commune, Huong Thuy town, is 8km from the centre of the city
XQ Embroidery museum can be found next to the Huong river, providing visitors with an insight into the craft of traditional Vietnamese embroidery through the art
Tam Giang lagoon should be considered is a must-visit destination for visitors due to its unspoiled beauty and tranquil atmosphere. The best time to explore the area is around sunset.
Lap An lagoon is located near National Highway 1A in Phu Loc district. It is surrounded by the spectacular Bach Ma mountain whilst Lang Co bay can be seen directly in front of the lagoon. The best time to visit Lap An lagoon is between March and June
Bach Ma National Park boasts a number of popular tourist attractions such as Do Quyen and Tri Sao waterfalls, Cho Den forest, Truc Lam monastery, and Ho Truoi lake