Hue, Vietnam is rich and full of historical landmarks around the city, but lesser-known places outside the city are also worth exploring.
Slow travel is changing the way that people are exploring destinations and experiencing travel.
With a focus on the people and their stories, explore the hidden parts of Hue often overlooked.
Meet Mr Anh, Khiri Travel Vietnam’s top guide in Hue and a native of the city, who talks about its identity, its cultural influences, the importance of its arts, and things you won’t find in the guide books.
Khiri Travel Vietnam has introduced two new locally organized day tours in the Central Region that offer a truly immersive experience into the local traditions and practices of rural communities and their families.
While Vietnam’s summer season brings with it more humidity, monsoon rains and blustery days, there are also many advantages to visiting out of season that will leave you wondering why you’re not already there!
In the center of Hoi An’s Old City at the Chinese Fujian Assembly Hall, resides the image of the Holy Mother, a deity said to watch over the people of Hoi An, protecting sea merchants and fishermen.
Every two years, Hue receives thousands of locals and visitors for its famous Hue Festival. This year, the big cultural event will take place 12 to 20 April, honoring Hue and Vietnam’s cultural heritage.
Arguably the best way to explore the culture of a country is through its cuisine. Hue city, the old capital of Vietnam, has a memorable variety of succulent local dishes.
The people of Indochina have seen many decades of disturbances. Colonialists, communists, and despotic leaders have all tried to exploit the wonderful people and their fertile land. Today, new generations are moving forward and borders are once again open to the public.