1 Day Hue City Motorbike Tour

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Hue was once the Capital of Vietnam and its now known as the Cultural Capital. Situated on the banks of the Perfume River, sightseeing in Hue is filled with pagodas, tombs, glimpses of the Perfume River, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the incredible Imperial City.
Therefore, a visit to Vietnam would not be complete without spending some time in this great Ancient City, and there is no better way to see its sites than taking a 1 Day Hue City Motorbike Tour.
We know the city inside out and will ensure that you have a fantastic day and your interests are covered, be it the majestic tomb of the rulers of the Nguyen Dynasty, exploring rice fields and local villages, or having a go at making your own incense sticks and silk painting.
Best of all, you get to do it at your own pace, walking tours you decide where you want to go and how long you want to spend there. Its a private tour and you are in charge.

Departure & Return Location

Hue City

Departure Time

8h00 Pick up Hotel city In Hue

Price Includes

Pick up and drop off at hotel
English speaking guide
Entrance ticket, sampan
Lunch & dinner and bottled water & travel insurance.

Price Excludes

– Drinks during the meal
– Other personal expenses,
– Tip for tour guide and driver.

Know Before You Book

  1. Children under 6 years old and younger are complimentary.
  2. At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place.
  3. Hotel pickup is available from most centrally located Hue hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
  4. Please be ready and waiting in your lobby hotel 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.

 

Itinerary

In the morning:

  • Tomb of Tu Duc

Tu Duc’s tomb constructed between 1864 and 1867, is the most popular and impressive of the royal mausoleums. Emperor Tu Duc designed it himself to use before and after his death. The enormous expense of the tomb and the forced labour used in its construction spawned a coup plot that was discovered and suppressed. 

  • Tiger Fighting Arena (Ho Quyen)

If Italia has a Roma – one of the most impressive Arena in the world, Tiger Fighting Arena (Ho Quyen) is a unique Arena in Hue. Maybe, Ho Quyen is an Arena that there is not anywhere to be had because of its value and mean. It was the arena where duels between elephants and tigers were arranged for the entertainment of the Emperor, the royal family and mandarins.

  • Thuy Bieu Village

Thuy Bieu Village is an ancient village situated on the southern bank of Perfume River. Merely 7km from Hue city centre, Thuy Bieu is a hidden gem of untouched nature and culture and is mostly famous for its mild sweet Thanh Tra, a special kind of pomelo with refined fragrance and green skin. 

Lunch: 12.00pm Thuy Bieu restaurant

Includes service: Herbal foot bath – one-time 45 mintes/ per person

In the afternoon:

  • Thanh Thoan (Japanese) Bridge

Far about 8 km from Hue city to the east, Thanh Toan Bridge, also known as Thanh Toan tile roofed bridge is situated on a small ditch in Thanh Thuy village. Along with Japanese Covered Bridge – Hoi An, Thanh Toan tile covered bridge is classified as rare and have high artistic value in types of ancient bridges in Vietnam.

  • Discovering Ru Cha primeval mangrove forest

Around 15km from Hue City, the primeval mangrove forest offers great chances for tourists to learn more about hard life of local fishermen, take a boat trip amidst the untouched natural beauty and savor rustic food prepared by local residents.

  • Tam Giang lagoon

The Tam Giang – Cau Hai lagoon stretches for 68 kilometers with water surface area about 22,000 hectares. Tam Giang – Cau Hai is the largest coastal ecosystem in Southeast Asia. The Tam Giang Lagoon is about 12 km from the city. The most beautiful moment in Tam Giang Lagoon is at the sunrise and sunset.

Dinner: 17.00pm Chuon Lagoon restaurant

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