Dubbed as one among the few Vietnam’s “festival cities”, Hue is a great destination for traditional Vietnamese festivals as well as for convergence of Eastern and Western culture and a wide range of activities.
Witnessing the ups and downs of Vietnamese history, Hue has still kept the perennial beauty of architectural and cultural treasures. Endowed with 127km-long-coastline, the heritage city of Hue boasts with many beautiful beaches and be potential to develop its beach tourism. Outside from the imperial citadel, the spectacular beauty of Lang Co Bay, Bach Ma National Park and the Vietnam’s largest Tam Giang Lagoon are must-see tourist attractions in Hue.
Tam Giang Lagoon - the largest one in Vietnam
Since UNESCO acknowledged Hue Monument Complex as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1993, Thua Thien – Hue Province has not only exerted itself to conserve and promote the value of monuments, but attracted more visitors and focused on sustainable development as well.
Poster of Hue Festival 2016
As schedule, the 9th annual Hue Festival will be held from April 29th to May 4th, 2016 with the theme of “719th Anniversary of Thuan Hoa – Phu Quan – Thua Thien Hue; Culture Heritage with Integration and Development.” Visitors to Hue during its festival can join the opening ceremony which will be organized in the evening of 29th April at Ngo Mon – Ky Dai Square. During 2016 Hue Festival, Vietnamese and international art from 18 countries on 5 continents will be represented offering guests great performances.
During time staying in Hue citadel for Hue Festival 2016, visitors can join some Hue tours
to explore the ancient beauty of this city. Tours are customized in different travel styles and meet any demand of time.