Hcm City-based Ben Thanh Tourist has launched three new tours to the ancient city of Hue during the Hue Festival 2008, running June 3 through 11. The tour spans three days and two nights.
Day 1 will include a morning visit to famous tourist spots such as the Thien Mu Pagoda, the Nguyen dynasty’s royal palace and Dong Ba Market. In the afternoon tourists will return to the royal palace for the festival’s programmes including jazz and rock and roll performances, Russian art, traditional South Korean dances, a Canadian circus troupe and the American band Kimotion.
Tourists will spend their second morning enjoying street performances, such as a re-enactment of the coronation of emperor Quang Trung, and various compeitions. After lunch, the tour will visit the tombs of emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh. Evening shows at An Dinh Palace will include the South Korean mask dance and installation art.
The tour costs between VND3.9 million and VND4.05 million per guest
Source : VNS
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