MidTown Hotel Hue

Hue – Heritage Sites

Hue Citadel Complex

Hue Citadel Complex once the seat of royal power during Nguyen Dynasty, nowadays is open to welcome the tourists, boasting the beauty of Vietnamese architecture and culture. The Citadel Complex consists of Hue Capital Citadel, Royal Citadel, serving the national ceremonies and other purposes and the Forbidden Citadel, reserved for the[…]

The Imperial Tombs

The Imperial Tombs of the Nguyen Dynasty should be highlight on your must-visit list once coming to the Vietnam’s ancient capital as they are vivid proofs of Vietnamese royal art and architecture as well as the culture. Since most of the tombs were built during the emperors’ lifetime, they are places[…]

Thien Mu Pagoda

Being well-known as the ancient city of the Buddhist, Hue hosts more than 300 pagodas with different beauties. Thien Mu Pagoda, a historic pagoda on the bank of the Perfume River, can be considered as the most famous pagoda in the city. Apart from the beauty of the architecture and[…]

Tiger Arena

Tiger Arena, locally called as “Ho Quyen”, is a royal arena, which is similar to a much smaller version of the Colosseum in Rome and was also used for blood sports. Beginning in the 1830s, the emperors, royal families and mandarins used to congregate here to view contests between elephants[…]