Even though Hoi An is not really famous for the beach, the Hoi An beach is still a cool place to relax and enjoy yourself. If you have stayed in Hoi An Ancient Town for too long, Hoi An beach is a great place to change the atmosphere. By coming to the beach, you can […]

Hoi An Chicken Rice is one of the most foods in Vietnam. Other places in Vietnam also has chicken rice, but their process and flavor are different. Nowadays Chicken Rice is still a favourite daily eat in China, Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore. In the early 17th century, Hoi An was one of important flourish […]

Hoi An ancient town, the most highlighted destination in Vietnam, is always a desired place to any tourist in the world. Beside architecture, Hoi An street food is also an outstanding feature of Hoi An ancient town. Among hundred delicacies of Hoi An cuisine, Banh Mi Hoi An is one of the most significant ones. […]

Although Hoi An is a small and ancient city, it is one of the best attractions in Vietnam. You want to visit Hoi An, but it is difficult for you to look for beautiful sites or what you thing to do in Hoi An. These suggestions about top thing to do in Hoi An will […]

Nine kilometers from the Hue Citadel by road toward the source of the Perfume River, Hon Chen temple – Temple of the Jade Cup has long been dedicated to the Goddess Po Nagar of Champa, and later to the Goddess Thien Y A Na of Vietnam. Date of construction of the temple was before the year 1555. […]

Emperor Dong Khanh was born in 1864, crowned in 1886 and breathed his last only 3 years later in 1889 at the age of 25. He was also Emperor Tu Duc’s nephew and foster-son. Since the reign of Dong Khanh, in other words, after the fall of the Hue city (5 July 1885), Vietnam completely […]

Besides simplicity in architecture, Duc Duc Tomb also has the following characteristics. It is: –         The tomb of an Emperor who reigned for only 3 days before his being dethroned and jailed to death by the Court. –         The nearest tomb to the Hue citadel (8 Duy Tan St.). –         The tomb compound containing two others of Emperor Thanh Thai […]

Minh Mang tomb Zenith of the Nguyen Dynasty was reached during the reign of Emperor Minh Mang (1820-1840). Minh Mang tomb was built 12km from Hue city in four years (1840-1843) by some 10,000 soldiers and workers. The tomb consists of about 40 monuments of various dimensions. All lie within a wall, oval in shape and 2,000 […]

Emperor Khai Dinh (1885 – 1925) ruled the country for 9 years from 1916 to 1925. His tomb, however, was built within 11 years, from 1920 to 1931, much longer than his reign. Under Khai Dinh, Western culture vigorously infiltrated into Vietnam. Khai Dinh himself made a tour to France in 1922. As a result, in […]

Hue city has seven tombs of seven Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty, planned and constructed in the hilly region southwest of the Citadel, Hue Royal tomb – namely: Gia Long, Minh Mang, Thieu Tri, Tu Duc, Duc Duc, Dong Khanh and Khai Dinh. They have in common the following features: –         The construction was started almost during […]