Participants: 1-19 person (Open tour)
Booking option: Booking on fixed rate
At 7:30am, our tour guide in a traditional Áo Dài meet and take you to Quốc Học High School, which was founded on October 23, 1896 and is known as the first and the oldest high school in Vietnam. Then we ride eastward along the city river to Thanh Toàn tile-roofed Bridge in Thanh Toàn village, Thủy Thanh Commune, Hương Thủy District, about 8 km from Hue city. Here we will enjoy the peaceful scenery of the countryside with farmers working on their tranquil rice fields, talk to friendly local people in the small market and learn more about their daily life.
By 9:00am, leaving Thanh Toàn Village, we head to Vọng Cảnh Hill to have a vista of the beautiful Perfume River. Then we will have a stop at Hổ Quyền Arena, built in 1830 on the south bank of the Perfume River. It was the arena where duels between elephants and tigers were arranged for the entertainment of the Emperors, the royal families and mandarins. We will stop for a rest at Hè Café. Its owner, Mr. Nguyen Van He, is an artist and a war items collector. You may be curious and interested in learning the history behind his collection of Vietnam War items, such as canteens, zippo lighters, soldier headgears and etc.
A short walk from Hè Café is Từ Hiếu Pagoda, also known as the resting place of the Nguyen Dynasty’s eunuchs. Tu Hieu Pagoda attracts visitors with its own beauty and thrilling and fascinating stories of the eunuchs.
From 11:30am, we will ride back to the city and say farewells to each other.
- Nice scooter
- Vietnamese lady English speaking guide
- Coffee or tea at Mr. He Cafe
- Helmet and raincoat
- Mineral water
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