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UNESCO Heritage Site and Birthplace of Vietnamese Culture

Hue ancient Vietnamese city situated on the banks of the Huong River, has been recognized as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. It is widely known as the birthplace of Vietnamese culture, having once served as the educational, cultural and political center under the Nguyen Dynasty.

The city is home to a collection of national treasure temples, pagodas, tombs, and monuments that draw millions of tourists each year. Hue also offers Lang Co and Thuan An beaches, and restorative hot springs like My An and Thanh Tan. A visit to Hue requires at least a couple of days.

Top attractions in Hue

ancient capital of Nguyen Dynasty Vietnam
a place symbolizing of Nguyen Dynasty power and prosperity
the renowned pagoda in Hue city
Nguyen Dynasty's modern architectural masterpiece in Hue
Hue museum displays Nguyen Dynasty's artifacts, Cham sculptures, and more
Vietnam's biodiverse national park
Hue attraction showcasing contemporary collage artworks in nature
a harmonious garden house blend of nature and architecture
Hue's largest market, offers crafts and local cuisine