• Tour code: HCB1
  • Tour type: Private Tour
  • Tour Valid: December 31st 2018
  • Duration: 1 day tour
  • Destination: Hue city Bus & Boat

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HTS Tour’s Hue City Tour Bus & Boat cruise


The city of Hue has long been one of the country’s foremost cultural, religious, and educational centers. UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1993. There has been ongoing restoration and preservation work, after it was bombed during the war with America, with tourism by Vietnamese and foreigners alike providing an important contribution to the restoration work. It is not only full of history and cultural places to see, as the Perfume River cruise offers a relaxing and beautiful journey.

The prices includes: air-conditioned bus, boat, English speaking guide,  buffet lunch of 50 dishes.

The prices excludes: entrance fee, drink.

Our guide/driver will pick up at your hotel around 7:30am by car for our Hue City Tour – bus and boat tour.

Morning sight-seeing:

In the morning you will visit the Minh Mang Tomb, Khai Dinh’s Tomb, a performance program of Vo Kinh Van An. You then visit the Tomb of Tu Duc and a conical hat making and Incense making village. Enjoy a buffet lunch of 50 traditional Hue foods, Asian and Western dishes before the tour continues at 1:30 pm.

In the afternoon:

Visit the famous Citadel of Hue, and afterwards visit the Thien Mu Pagoda and cruise back to Toa Kham wharf onboard a dragon boat, on the beautiful Perfume River, a very relaxing journey that passes much gorgeous scenery.

Our tour ends at the boat wharf in Hue, and you return to your hotel by yourself.

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  1. TIMHUS says:

    Took a tour by bus and boat of Hue and thourally enjoyed it. Drove to several well kept sites in the morning, and had a very nice buffet lunch, and after explored the Citadel. It is a huge ancient fortress that was sadly bombed by the Americans during the war although it has now been reconstructed. Our visit to the pagoda went well and the boat cruise was delightful.


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