Binh Duong III

4/34 Nguyen Tri Phuong Street, Hue, Vietnam
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42
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Traveling from HoiAn to Hue Festival 2006

by cavalulu

I read somewhere that the Hue festival happen from 3-11 Jun. I will be in HoiAn till 8 Jun before onwards to Hanoi. That being the case, it makes sense to stop by Hue to experience the festival. I have reserve 8-11 Jun. Is this too much?

How do I go from HoiAn to Hue???? Is it better to arrange via travel agent for the transport + accommodation in this case?

Which are the hotels will be good during the festival and what must be visited?

many thanks for any valuable advise as I am quite lost what to do in Hue and what to expect during the festivavl.....

Serene

RE: Traveling from HoiAn to Hue Festival 2006

by nevadovn

Serene,
Festival Hue is a special occation of the year. If until now, you still haven't reserved accommodation in Hue, I'm afraid it's too late. At present, It's very difficult to get a room in Hue city.
But maybe you are lucky, and you have room. Noone can know. Try your best with some travel agents if they can give you a room in Hue.
And for transportation, you can take a local bua or open bus from HoiAn to Hue, that' the cheapest way but seems like you are stuffed inside buses.... Can arrange a private car with travel agent, it's not too expensive.
When you are in Hue, you will know which is must-see place, beacause now Hue is very beautifull with thousands of activties. Introductions are everywhere.
Good luck

RE: Traveling from HoiAn to Hue Festival 2006

by iwys

Try the Phu An Hotel. Details on my Hue page. There are Sinh Cafe and Kim Cafe buses from Hoi An to Hue. You can buy tickets in their offices in Hoi An.
I have details of the must-see places in Hue, also on my Hue page.

Travel Tips for Hue

Climate in Hue

by galy

Climate in Hue is different from the Northern and Southern.
In the coast and delta, the climate is divided into two distinguished seasons: The dry season, from March to August, with the highest temperature is 40C, and the rainy season, from August to January, with the average temperature is 20C. Hue's climate can be very cool and wet from December to March and then warms up as you move into summer. Fog and fine drizzle is a daily routine, even in the dry ceason.
So, don't say I didn't worn you!!!!
Always have your raincoat handy :-)

Dressing up

by iwys

Inside the Citadel, people pay to dress up and be photographed in imperial costumes. This is especially popular with Vietnamese families during Tet. They don't seem to mind if you take photographs of them too. In fact, they seem to quite like it.

Tomb of Khai Dinh

by leffe3

Begun in 1920, completed in 1931 for Emperor Khai Din, this tomb is to be found in the hillside approx 3kms from the river and 10kms from Hue.

Some see this tomb as the evidence of the decline of Vietnamese culture during colonnial rule, others see it as Vietnam embracing modernism. Whichever yuor view, this particular tomb is unique among the Nguyen royal tombs.

A series of stepped terraces on the hillside lead you to the eventual tomb, passing carved dragons, mandarins, elephants, horses etc. The tomb itself is to be found inside a building that is certainly more European baroque/roccoco than SEAsian - Sans Soucci in Potsdam or the smaller chateau of the Loire Valley sprang to mind - although the interior, overly ornate, is most definately Chinese.

Entrance to the tomb is 55,000 Dong

bus

by TomorrowsAngel

The train station lies about 1.5km from the centre of town at the far western end of Le Loi, a boulevard running along the south bank of the Perfume River. Note that trains out of Hue get booked up quickly, so make onward travel arrangements as early as possible.
The station is in two parts: on the right is the terminus for local and Da Nang-bound trains, on the left is the larger, main terminus for trains elsewhere in Vietnam. Tickets for the main terminus can be purchased at a separate booking office on the left-hand side, inside the hall (daily 0700-1130 & 1330-1800).

Best place to eat in Hue!

by Mr.Sparkle about Phuong Nam Cafe

This place simple does the best spring rolls and Vietnamese food in Hue and for the unbelievably low price you can’t go wrong. You’ll kick yourself if you miss this place. Vegetarians welcome! Spring rolls and spring rolls and more spring rolls.

Also try the rectangular peanut, sesame seed and chewy treat called Thuan Hung. You should be able to pick a pack of 6 for less than a dollar.

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 Binh Duong III

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Address: 4/34 Nguyen Tri Phuong Street, Hue, Vietnam