Hue Imperial city

Hue is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Vietnam. Straddling the Perfume River, this mysterious, somber city is a historian's dream comes true, with numerous 19th century ruins, royal tombs and an excellent museum.

Hanoi Van Mieu

Temple of Literature,Hanoi,Vietnam. Temple of Literature,Hanoi,Vietnam. More images Temple of Literature is located on Van Mieu Street, 2km west of Hoan Kiem Lake

Hanoi Ho Tay

West Lake is in Tay Ho District, Hanoi. West Lake, also called Ho Tay, is the biggest lake in central Hanoi, covering 500ha. In the past, West Lake used to be part of the Red River

Ha Noi - Hoan Kiem Lake

Hoan Kiem Lake, or the Lake of the Restored Sword, is located directly in the centre of Hanoi. The name is derived from a legend involving Emperor Le Thai To, in which he came across a giant tortoise while cruising on the lake.


Vietnam's most charming city, Hanoi is home to about 4 million people. Less vibrant and more reserved than its cousin to the south, Hanoi is a great place to explore on foot.

Tomb Of Gia Long

Tomb of Gia Long, Hue, Viet Nam To visit Gia Long's tomb, tourists can go by boat about 18 km along the Perfume river and then land directly at the wharf of the tomb, or they can go about 16 km by car to Kim Ngoc wharf, take the bac from there and walk fo