Hue has a diverse and scenically beautiful landscape. Visitors discover dozens of handicraft villages, with annual festivals that are often organized months in advance.
Hue is also an important center of Buddhism. In and around Hue are dozens of pagodas constructed more than 300 years ago. Some of these temples were built in the late 19th early 20th centuries.
Hue Citadel has been recognized as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO since December 1993, Hue Royal Musical (Nha Nhac) has been declared as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage since November 2003. Hue has its own renowned style of cuisine which is especially hot and spicy. Many unique Asian recipes originate from here.
Danang is situated in the center of Vietnam, 764 km from Hanoi and 964 km from Ho Chi Minh City. Separated from Laos by the western Truong Son Mountains, it is surrounded by Thua Thien- Hue along the northern border and Quang Nam on the southern border. It is bordered by the East Sea with 150 km of coastline and lies on the north-south transport axis of land, rail, sea and air routes. From Danang, visitors can conveniently access four famous World Heritage Sites, comprising Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Hue Citadel, Hoi An Old Town and My Son Cham Sanctuary.
Tien Sa Port is a pivotal part of the ‘East-West Economic Corridor’ - gateway to the coastal ports of Laos, Thailand, Myanmar & central Vietnam. Located on international sea and air routes, Danang its growing fast and today is a modern destination renowned for rapid and sustainable economic developments.
Danang is an ancient city, closely related with the Sa Huynh cultural traditions. With many imposing palaces, towers, temples, citadels and ramparts, the vestiges from 1st to 13th century can be seen in the Cham Museum.
Danang has other interesting travel experiences such as the Ba Na Tourist Resort, Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountains), the Linh Ung Pagoda, Han River and My An, Non Nuoc beaches.