Known as a UNESCO World Heritage site of history, culture and cuisines, Hue ancient city perfectly lies alongside the picturesque Huong River. The city biannually hosts the Festival of Hue, an art festival featuring local and international artists and performers. Hue’s also famous for its tranquility, where you are completely freed from your bustling life.
As you cycle to the Citadel, it’s pretty interesting to witness some of the old military tanks stationed along the road right here in Hue city. You’ll also have a chance to learn how the farmers traditionally cultivate in vegetable gardens, how they water the plants and hoeing the soil.
Travelling through the lakes and waterways, you will get to relax and enjoy some coffee at a roadside café, exploring daily local life close-up. Visit the Imperial and Forbidden City before having lunch at a Hue traditional styled restaurant. After lunch, keep cycling on the flat road to reach An Hien ancient house which is over one hundred years old. The host here is a descendant of a great mandarin under the time of Gia Long King founded the Nguyen Dynasty of Hue in 1802.
Unwind yourself with some coffee at a roadside café after travelling through some lakes and waterways. Then, you’ll be offered a Hue traditional styled lunch at a local restaurant. Later on, we’ll continue cycling to An Hien’s 100 year-old ancient house, of which host is a descendant of great mandarin under the Nguyen Dynasty founded by King Gia Long in 1802.
Leisurely cycle back to Thien Mu Pagoda to directly watch a praying ceremony by the monks. Our tour ends with the stunning sunset on the picturesque Huong River.