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Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel in Hue

Bridge
“The Truong Tien Bridge in Vietnam is a prominent bridge that marks an important sight and landmark that attracts numerous visitors all round the year. The bridge is a very nice place to observe, especially during the night time when it is lit up with electrifying lights. The prominence to the markets adds glamour to the attraction. Although, the location is just a bridge but holds an immensely deep history as well. The location of the Truong Tien Bridge is apt for taking soulful photographs and observing the place”
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Vietnamesisches Restaurant
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“Ancient Hue Restaurant occupies a spacious two-storey wooden house dating back to the 1800s, offering authentic royal cuisine which made Hue a culinary hotspot of Vietnam, along with local artwork, and traditional dance performances. Set along Kim Long Street, the restaurant is surrounded by an impressive landscaped garden and lake while its indoor dining sections are fitted with decorative items to resemble royal quarters of the Nguyen Dynasty, such as silk cushions, ceramic vases. There’s also an art gallery within the restaurant, which exhibits abstract paintings, traditional crafts, and ceramic works by local artists.”
1 Einheimischer empfiehlt
Historische Stätte
“Nam Giao Esplanade Nam Giao Esplanade is located about 4km south of Hue City. Nam Giao Esplanade is an open-air monument. It was built based on the dogma of heaven fate of Confucianism and has architecture of both the religious and political significance of Oriental feudalism. The Esplanade construction was commenced on 25th March, 1806. At the beginning of 1807, Gia Long terraces had its first God worship ceremonies there. ”
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Vietnamesisches Restaurant
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“Tropical Garden Restaurant is a popular stopover for tour buses in Hue, where travellers can enjoy a wide range of Vietnamese dishes and live music every night. Occupying a two-storey Vietnamese house along Chu Van An Street, the restaurant has plenty of communal tables within its indoor dining section and several thatched huts within its tropical garden. Standout dishes include nem lui (minced pork rolls wrapped in lemongrass, served with rice paper, fresh greens, and peanut sauce), banh beo (steamed rice cake), and fried crab”
1 Einheimischer empfiehlt
Café
“If you want to have a cup of coffee in the morning with great view and quiet place. A great way to get your day started”
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Japanisches Restaurant
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“An authentic Japanese restaurant with tasteful furnishings including lanterns and calligraphy, and a winning menu with sushi, tempura and yakitori dishes. The air-conditioned interior is a calming haven away from Hue's increasingly busy streets.”
1 Einheimischer empfiehlt
Point of Interest
“It is have many restaurants, pubs, bars, coffee shops, agency travels, ATMs, souvenir shops,... But it is just open from Friday night to Sunday night.”
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School
“The school is where Ho Chi Minh used to study in the past. Build from French time, very big and beautiful. Quoc hoc high school is 10 mins walking from An homestay and there beautiful tree and also a place for me to do exercise in the early morning. I used to study here too ^^”
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Point of Interest
“Among many Hue restaurants, this restaurant looks so elegant and spacious, which is regularly visited by local people. It is worth noting that there are some famous dishes of Hue served in this eatery, such as steamed rice cakes (banh beo), steamed clear tapioca cakes (banh bot loc), and rectangular dumplings (banh nam), which all feature cuisine of Hue style.”
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