8am: Pick you up at your hotel. The first stop is Thien Mu Pagoda. Take a nice dragon boat trip on Perfume River to Thien Mu pagoda. Built in 1601 between a river and a pine forest is one of the oldest and prettiest pagodas in the country. After that, you continue cycling to The Citadel Complex of Hue, set up by Nguyen Dynasty from 1805 to 1945, is now one among the relics of the Hue ancient Capital – the World Cultural Heritage.
Continue biking to the villages, on the green shaded roads, passing by the communal houses along the rivers, canals and through the rice fields to head to Thanh Toan bridge and the agricultural museum. Walk around the village to see the local market.
After lunch, The last stop is Khai Dinh Tomb - a relic portraying the decline of Vietnamese culture during the colonial era. Unlike Hue’s other tombs, this grandiose concrete structure, built between 1920 and 1931, is a synthesis of Vietnamese and European elements. Even the stone faces of the mandarin honor guards are endowed with a mixture of both cultures. Tour finishes between 4pm and 5pm at your Hotel.