On this accessible and educational walking tour, see the city of Hue from a historical perspective without having to bury your nose in a guidebook. Learn about Hue’s role in the French and American wars as experienced by the Vietnamese on the ground, and tour a range of antiquity museums and ancient monuments—including the Imperial City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A combined tour of fun riding on a back of a scooter and super delectable bites on a 4-hour the evening around Hue Capital City. You get to dive in the rich culture and learn from local vendor with their old generation recipes with a companion by our witty guide. Sample local specialties like Bún Bò Huế ( Spicy Beef Noodle Soup), Nem Lụi ( Grilled Pork Noodle), Royal Pancake and a great variety of Viet barbecues. Start with a unique Salt Coffee and end with sweet Chè, Vietnamese Local dessert. Deepen your knowledge of Vietnamese culinary and cultural traditions and enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour limited to 12 people.
- Super fun 3-hour motorbike tour of Hue’s nighttime food scene with all tastings.
- Try local favorites only locals know.
- Wash your food down with a refreshing local beers or drinks.
- Learn about Hue’s culinary scene from your expert local guide.
Step back into Vietnam’s recent past on this tour of the Hue’s 19th century Imperial City. Learn about the history of the Nguyen Dynasty era, and all that followed, from your guide – and with only a handful of tourists on each tour, there’s no risk of missing out on the details because you’re stuck at the back of the group. Walk around some of the highlights of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, like the Phoenix Tower, the Museum of Antiquities and the Hall of Supreme Harmony.
See where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled Vietnam during this half-day tour of the Imperial City of Hue and the Forbidden Purple City. Your informative guide provides a glimpse of this major historical complex, once a foremost cultural and religious center and now a UNESCO World Heritage site. You’ll ride a dragon boat on the Perfume River to Thien Mu Pagoda (Heavenly Lady Pagoda) and visit the Hue Royal Antiquities Museum. Round-trip hotel transport by minivan included.
This street food tour is a perfect tour for people who would like to taste and enjoy local specialties in Hue imperial city. Tonight, we will all be locals and go to very local restaurants to try dishes that are unique local specialties. It is a great chance for you to learn about how local chefs prepare and cook the food, how local people do business, and the tradition of family businesses in Vietnam. Let's eat and live like locals in Hue!
Bus from Hue to Hoi An which stops to visit at: Thanh Toan Tile - Roofed Bridge, Lang Co Beach, Hai Van Pass, Marble Mountain.
• Departure from Hue to Da Nang by bus
• Visiting Thanh Toan Tile - Roofed Bridge
• Lang Co Bay - one of the beautiful bays of the world
• Hai Van Pass
Explore a pagoda that helped make Hue a UNESCO World Heritage Site on a 4-hour city tour that includes a boat cruise to Thien Mu Pagoda, hotel pickup and drop-off in the city center, and entrance fees. After visiting the Thien Mu Pagoda, you’ll get a taste of Hue’s bustling modern culture at Dong Ba Market, where vendors display colorful produce, handicrafts, and local wares. Morning and afternoon departures are available.
Let an informative local guide provide insight into Hue's royal past on a personalized tour of the UNESCO-listed Imperial City and Forbidden Purple City. Learn about the former home of the Nguyen Emperors who ruled Vietnam from the 18th century until the mid–20th century. You’ll also visit Thien Mu Pagoda (Heavenly Lady Pagoda), considered one of Hue’s best-known Buddhist landmarks.
Eat like a local and explore the city streets of Hue by cyclo. You’ll taste plenty of street food and get an overview of Hue’s culinary culture with commentary by a professional and informative guide. Visit Dong Ba Market where you can mingle with the locals. Sink your teeth into a variety of dishes, such as steamed or fried rice dumplings, and slurp up vermicelli soup. Hotel pickup is included.
As emphasizing culture and history, Hue City tour promises to bring you back to the golden days of Nguyen dynasty by the excursion on Perfume river throughout ancient citadel and craft traditional villages which are recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO.
Beneath the outskirts of of Ho Chi Minh City lies an extensive network of underground tunnels stretching more than 120 miles. Used by soldiers during the Vietnam War, the tunnels consist of an elaborate maze of levels, trap doors, storage facilities, kitchens, command centers, and more. After the tour, fire an AK-47 or an M-16 (at your own risk and expense) at a nearby range before heading back to port.
Maximise your time in port in Da Nang on this full-day shore excursion. Explore the natural wonders of the Marble Mountains; enjoy spectacular views along the Son Tra Peninsula; then head to Hoi An for a walking tour of the UNESCO-listed historic center and a visit to the lively local market. Tour includes lunch and round-trip port transfers.
Without a guided tour, you might miss some of the cuisine that makes Hue a worthwhile culinary destination. Follow your guide on a walking tour through the historic city, stopping to sample dishes favorited by locals like beef noodle soup, rice with seafood, or steamed rice pancakes. This tour includes all food and beverage samples so be sure to come hungry.
Adventurous travelers who like to try new experiences will love this day tour outside Hue, which includes a motorbike tour and a cooking class. You can enjoy the thrill of riding on a motorbike while letting a skilled driver do the driving, so you can just relax and watch the scenery and villages unfold. Learn to cook Vietnamese food at the Thanh Toan Restaurant, and eat your delicious meal afterwards.
Skip the stale air and cramped compartments of your typical tour bus and take to the road on a bicycle on this easygoing day tour around Hue. Start your excursion with a picturesque dragon boat ride down the Perfume River. Once you disembark, saddle up and hit the road on your provided bike, cycling down leafy avenues and along canals and rice paddies. Stop at city highlights like the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Hue Citadel Complex and the ancient Thanh Toan Bridge.
Departing from Hue, this 4-hour tour begins with a 2-mile (4-km) bike ride through the imperial city. Follow your guide along small paths to Bao Vinh, a village featuring traditional Vietnamese houses. Pedal to Dieu De Pagoda, then board a boat for a sunset cruise along the Perfume River. You’re served a complimentary cup of Vietnamese coffee or tea before cycling back to Hue.
Vietnam’s street food is famous around the world, but it can be intimidating for first-time visitors to know what, where and how to eat it. This 3-hour guided tour offers an ideal introduction to Hue’s delicious street food, as you glide around the imperial capital on a cyclo and hop off to tuck into an array of local delicacies.