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[SALE] Hue City Day Tour from Hoi An

3.8 ( 58 reviews ) 400+ Booked
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  • Explore Vietnam's former capital and see how the country evolved from a feudal empire to the city that it is today
  • Visit old Kings' tombs and the ancient citadel to understand more about the country's history
  • Take a scenic ride through the Hai Van Pass, voted one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world
  • Experience hassle free transfers that will take you to the old city from Hoi An

Most recent review


The tour guide (Ron) was really helpful and informative. He's also friendly and kind. Overall the trip to Hue city was okay. It's a bit hot during the visit to the tombs. Just remember to get some sun block n hat. The lunch provided was alright too. You will have to order drinks for lunch but I don't think so it's expensive. Not an issue. 8 dishes of meals were served during lunch. The bus was a little small. There were 18 of us. but it was fine. If you are a big size person, it may be a little uncomfortable for you. I think it's still worth it to visit Hue city as it's different from Da Nang and Hoi An.

4 Apr 2019
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What to expect

Experience the glory of Vietnam's royal past with a day trip to Hue, still recognized by many as the country's Imperial City. Packed with old temples, stone citadels, ancient tombs and more, Hue is abundant in political, cultural, and religious history that's just waiting to be discovered. Board a shuttle from from the meet up point in the morning and you'll be off to the renowned city, but not before you make a couple of photo stops at Hai Van Pass, an extraordinary mountain pass stretching 21km long, and Lang Co Beach, a scenic stretch of palm-covered white sand that runs along the highway on the way to your destination. As soon as you arrive at Hue, take your lunch break so you can remain energized throughout the rest of the day. Enter the famous Imperial City and you'll see the historic Khai Dinh Tomb, the Thien Mu Pagoda, an unofficial symbol of Hue that stands 7 storeys high, and the The Citadel, a major attraction surrounded by a moat and thick stone walls that encompass palaces, and shrines. After a long afternoon exploring the rich past of the old city, you'll make your way safely back to Hoi An.

Hai Van Pass
Known as the Ocean Clouds Pass, the Hai Van Pass gives you breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes
Lang Co Beach
Get scenic photo ops at Lang Co Beach on your way to Hue City
Khai Dinh tomb
Be face to face with the Khai Dinh Tomb
Thien Mu Pagoda
Observe the beauty of the Thien Mu Pagoda, a 7 storey structure built between a river and a forest
Tomb of Tu Duc
See the intricate architecture of the Khai Dinh Tomb, designed to be used before and after the emperor's death
The Citadel
Though only a shadow of what it once was, The Citadel stands tall and proud at the entrance of the Imperial City


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