Hue, situated on the banks of the Perfume River, was the imperial capital of Vietnam under the Nguyen Dynasty emperors from 1802 to 1945. It is now a city that is steeped in history and is famous for many historical monuments, including the Minh Mang tomb and the Hue Imperial City. In addition to these famous landmarks, Hue is also known for its charming Ao Dai-wearing girls, who are seen throughout the city.
One of the things that makes Hue unique compared to other destinations in Central Vietnam is the Royal Court Music, which was recognized by UNESCO as a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” in 2003. Another notable aspect of Hue is its varied cuisine, which can satisfy any traveler’s taste buds. Don’t miss out on trying local specialties such as Hue beef noodle soup, fried sticky rice dumplings, and the royal sweet soup from lotus seeds.
At the moment, there is only one golf course in Hue, named Laguna Lang Co Golf Club. This is a masterpiece of Nick Faldo and has long been listed as a must-play golf course in Vietnam. As a golfer, you can consider a stay-and-play package at Laguna Lang Co Golf Club or combine golf with sightseeing.