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Hue

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Discover Vietnam’s imperial past

Once Vietnam’s capital and seat of the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945), Hue is one of the country’s most important cultural and historical sites. This imperial legacy manifests itself today through the walled enclosures of the ancient Citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a collection of tombs that dot the landscape along the beautiful Perfume River, which flows through the city.

Why visit Hue?

  • Highlight of central Vietnam
  • Cultural delights
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Ana Mandara, Hue

Ana Mandara

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Set amidst tropical parkland the Ana Mandara fronts the white sand Thuan An Beach. Surrounded by picturesque rice paddy terraces, Tam Giang lagoon and just a scenic 20 minute drive from the historic city of Hue.

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The facts:

Getting there: There are not any non-stop flights from the UK to Hue. The city is around an hour’s flight from either Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi.

Best time to travel: Hue has two main seasons, rainy and dry, with average year round temperatures of 29ºC. The dry season from February to May brings temperatures in the mid to high 20ºs, low humidity, less rainfall and warm sunshine. June to August brings the highest temperatures and higher humidity. The rainy season lasts from September to January when you can expect heavy downpours.

Hue climate:

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