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Traditionally the tombs are made by Emperors before they die and they choose a picturesque place to live their afterlife. Ming has selected this place as his summer house to make sure it is comfortable stay after his death. The tomb is a mystery as...More
What stood out was the environment - forests, huge trees, green fields, cows grazing, open spaces, water - there was a sense of calm despite all the visitors. Well worth a visit and worth getting to know a little more about Vietnam's imperial history.
This is a must visit to see the resting place of Minh Mang, the second King of Nyugen Dynasty. Nobody knows the exact spot of his coffin as the tunnel was built to collapse.Though he had 600 wives, he was buried alone.
This's a fantastic spot to invest the early morning and get from the city. In general, there are extremely few visitors here. We had been the sole 2 on our boat to the tombs &amp; temples. A number of tips: Go early. Have a boat...More
To begin with, I will say that you are going to get much more out of visiting here using a guide. Any info clues that are readily available are limited and won't give you something like sufficient info about the record of the tomb. So...More
Hi Roaieana, I suggest you stay 1 - 2 nite in Hue, it has many place to see such as royal tombs (Khai Dinh, Minh Mang, Tu Duc mausoleum), imperial city, Thanh Toan bridge & Thanh Thuy village or take a Dragon boat trip on... More
Hi Roaieana, I suggest you stay 1 - 2 nite in Hue, it has many place to see such as royal tombs (Khai Dinh, Minh Mang, Tu Duc mausoleum), imperial city, Thanh Toan bridge & Thanh Thuy village or take a Dragon boat trip on Perfume river, or go to Thanh Tien village - making paper flower village.
Further more, I should go Hue via Hai Van pass - it's really nice