Located in Central Vietnam, Hue was the seat of the powerful Nguyen Dynasty, which ruled the country between 1802 to 1945. Despite experiencing some of the most destructive battles during the 1968 Tet Offensive, Hue remains a treasure trove of Imperial buildings, pagodas, restaurants and markets. Hue was one of our favorite destinations in Vietnam thanks to the marvellous sights and the outgoing, friendly people. The following is a series of photographs depicting our explorations of this wonderful city.
Part I - Thien Mu Pagoda and Thanh Toan Bridge (Japanese Covered Bridge)
Part II - Tu Hieu Pagoda and Tu Duc's Tomb
Part III - The Citadel and Hue Imperial Cuisine
|Colorful incense for sale on the streets of Hue.|
|Taking a break on mounds of garlic in Hue's colorful Dong Ba market.|
|Demilitarised Zone (DMZ), Vietnam|
|Chams of Central Vietnam|