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|Vietnamese ladies in traditional “Ao Dai” Photo: VNExpress|
The image of Vietnamese ladies in traditional “ao dai”, riding bikes with full of phoenix flowers in basket reminds the elegance of Hue women.
Truong Tien Bridge is one of the iconic symbols of Hue city, spanning the Huong (Perfume) River. The bridge covers the length of more than 400 m and 6 m in with.
|A glimpse of idyllic life in Hue amid summer days Photo: VNExpress|
The Perfume River and Ngu Mountain typify Hue’s romanticism which appears in a wide range of famous songs and literary works. Hoang Phu Ngoc Tuong, a Vietnamese renowned writer depicted the poetic Perfume River in his work “Who had named the river?" with the flux of pride.
|Two foreign tourists are strolling in 3-2 Park Photo: VNExpress|
Two foreign tourists are strolling and enjoying the sculpture masterpieces in 3-2 Park. Located on Le Loi street with lots of green trees and benches, 3-2 Park has become an entertainment destination that should not be missed when coming to Hue City.
|Two women are chatting at the park on the banks of the Perfume River. Photo: VNExpress|
“No words can describe the charming beauty of Hue capital city. Falling in love with Hue for ages, I have reached all corners in Hue to fulfill my strong passion for the photograph”, said a photographer.
|The picturesque road along the north bank of the Perfume River Photo: VNExpress|
A man is walking on the picturesque road along the north bank of the Perfume River during the leaves-changing season. Hue people consider Huong River as the “heritage river”, therefore everyone really pays attention to perverse the scenery surrounding.
The road along the north bank of the Perfume River is an ideal place to saunter, play and do exercise as well as get connected with other interesting places such as Phu Xuan Park, Nghinh Luong Dinh relic site, Thuong Bac Park, Truong Tien Bridge, and Dong Ba market.
|Vehicles slowly move on Huynh Thuc Khang Street, Phu Hoa Ward. Photo: VNExpress|
Hue is home to uphold architectural works as well as customs and habits of the Nguyen Dynasty, the last feudal dynasty of Vietnam. Coming here, tourists can visit the tombs of the king.
|Khai Dinh Tomb Photo: VNExpress|
Two travelers are visiting Khai Dinh Tomb which is situated on Chau Chu Mountain, Huong Thuy town. The tomb was built in 1920 and took 11 years to complete.
|The white lotus flowers come into the full bloom in the ancient village of Phuoc Tich, on the banks of O Lau River, and about 35 kilometers from Hue city center. Photo: VNExpress|
As recognized as the national heritage village, Phuoc Tich features with the communal house, banyan trees, well and paddy fields.
|A tourist is excited to take photos with red maple Photo: VNExpress|
A tourist is excited to take photos with red maple in Bach Ma National Park, about 40 km from Hue city center. This is the sole forest in Huegrowing red maple trees.
Insides the Bach Ma National Park are age-old French architectural villas and red maple trees existing over 100 years. According to rangers, the maple leaves here often transform into red in spring (from January to February) instead of the autumn in other places.
|Two female workers are taking a rest in front of the Dong Ba market Photo: VNExpress|
Two female workers are taking a rest in front of the Dong Ba market, the largest market in Hue city, and inaugurated under the reign of King Dong Khanh (1887). Previously, it was located near Dong Ba gate; then, King Thanh Thai moved it to the present position.
|Lighting candles and praying on Nhu Y River Photo: VNExpress|
The Vietnamese lady on traditional Ao Dai is lighting candles and praying on Nhu Y River. On festivals in Hue, people often release candles on the river to pray for health and happiness.
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