Hue's Culture

Ruong house

Hue has long been Vietnam's centre of wooden architecture and many of the buildings here, royal palaces included, are Ruong style.

Thua Thien Hue

Hue is one of places, which have many cultural heritages. Up to now, there is no place like Hue remaining a lot of originally historical vestiges as in this ancient Capital City

A Hue Cup of Tea

Tea drinking is an age-old habit in many parts of the world. Different people at different times have their own ways of drinking tea. But consuming tea is not only a way to quench one's thirst: for...

Conical hats in former imperial Hue City

Hat-making village Phu Cam (also Phuoc Vinh) lies on the southern bank of the An Cuu River in the centre of the former imperial capital of Hue. It's a village famous for its traditional way of making...

Dong Ba market

People visit Dong Ba Market not only because they can buy myriad goods and local specialties, but because in their hearts it is a symbol of Hue's culture.

Tom Chua (Hue Sour Shrimp)

When Hue natives living outside the city return to their homeland, they usually have sour shrimp. Tourists also make sure to buy some jars of sour shrimp before leaving Hue.

Hue ao dai

Sweep through Hue and the classic grace of women clad in ao dai will surely to make a lasting impression on you. But behind the beauty is a rich history, brimming with cultural significance.

Tay Ho, hat- making village

No one in the village Tay Ho (Hue) knows when the hat making began but everybody feels grateful to the job that feeds the whole village through ups and downs of history.