Khai Dinh, Gia Long, King Thieu Tri and Tu Duc’s tombs
Depart from hotel at 8.30 and ride through along Le Loi Street past the impressive French built Quoc Hoc High School where many important statesmen of Vietnam attended including the father figure of the country Ho Chi Minh. Ride on to Quoc An pagoda, one of the oldest Buddhist foundations in central Vietnam which is typical of the Mahayana sect buddhism in Hue.
Follow country lanes into the countryside where Buddhist pagodas and shrines can be seen. Continue towards Khai Dinh Tomb which is well known for its intricate mosaic tiles as well as the European Influenced Oriental design.
After visiting Khai Dinh tomb, take a 2 km ride to Gia Long tomb which is well known for its distinctive architecture as well as its stunning, natural setting.
Leaving Gia Long tomb and cycle along the northern bank of the Perfume River among green, aged pine trees then board a local ferry to the other side of the river. Lunch in a local restaurant then continue to the tomb of King Thieu Tri, the third king of the Nguyen Dynasty and the luckiest of the dynasty since he inherited a stable and strong administration from the previous ruler King Minh Mang.
Peddle on to Tu Duc’s Tomb. Tu Duc was considered a Sino-Vietnamese scholar and have created many poets, hence chose a romantic pine tree hill and romantic architectural style for his last resting place. From this tomb, ride to nearby villages specializing in incense stick making and bronze casting before returning to Hue.
- English or French speaking local guide.
- Meals (lunch) as mentioned in the itinerary
- Entrance fees for all visits as mentioned in the itinerary.
- Travel insurance.
50% charge for cancellation between 8 – 24 hours before departure time, 100% charge for cancellation after 8 hours before departure time.
| Price Per Guest (Minimum 2 Guests)|
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10 Guests & above
|VND 2,925,000||VND 2,490,000||VND 2,370,000|
Prices are in VND, inclusive of 5% service charge and VAT