Thua Thien Hue Province

Thua Thien Hue Province Area: 5,065.3 km² Dn number: 1,143.5 thousand (2006) Provincial capital: Hue City Districts: Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Huong Tra, Phu Vang, Huong Thuy, Phu Loc, Nam Dong, A Luoi. Dn ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Ta Oi, Co Tu, Bru Vn Kieu, Hoa. Natural condition

Huong River Thua Thien-Hue is a province in Central Vietnam, Quang Tri Province to the north, and Ho Chi Minh City to the south. Da Nang, the southern border of Quang Nam province, the company is based on the majestic Truong Son range and also the border between Vietnam and Laos, east facing the sea. Hue is a climatic exception to North and South. Severe climate and differences between regions in the province. The coastal area of ​​the province has two distinct seasons: the dry season from March to August, hot weather, sometimes up to 39.9ºC. From August to January in Hue is the rainy season, the temperature of the storm is usually 19.7ºC, sometimes the coldest 8.8ºC. This season there are frequent rains throughout the day, sometimes lasting a week. The mountain is much rainy, cool climate, lowest temperature 9ºC, highest 29ºC. Tourists want to travel in Hue should choose to go in the dry season to be able to visit many places. However, the rainy season in Hue also has its own interesting features. You can go together in the rain feel the sky, the poetry of love, life. Or go to specialty restaurants, eateries to enjoy the spicy dishes of Hue. Because of the special and very special rain of Hue is drizzly rain, sometimes lasting for weeks. If you want to escape the rain of Hue, just to Da Nang, about 100km south of Hue can be seen again warm by the sun ray of the sun. However, during this season, during the rainy season there are also beautiful blue days. Potential for tourism development Truc Lam Pagoda is one of the areas with many cultural heritages. Up to now, there is no longer a region with a large number of relics that these relics retain their inherent form as in the capital. On the northern bank of the Huong River is a monument built of defense-style huts that form an 11-kilometer arc. This valuable work includes more than 100 architectural works that truly reflect the life of the Nguyen emperors. Among the hills on the southern bank of the Perfume River are the beautiful mausoleums of the Nguyen Kings. The most famous of these are the four tombs, each of which is known by the name of each king and the architecture of each tomb. It is the majestic Gia Long tomb, majestic Minh Mang tomb, romantic Tu Duc tomb and magnificent Khai Dinh tomb. Hue is also an important center of Buddhism. In Hue and nearby areas, there are still tens of pagodas built over 300 years and hundreds of temples and pagodas built in the early 20th century. In addition, Hue is considered as the source of royal music, where there are many famous traditional dishes and fine crafts. Khai Dinh Emperor Khai Dinh is the only city in the country still retains the appearance of a feudal city and architectural integrity of a master. Hue has become a great and invaluable museum. Therefore, the government has ranked the relics in the ancient capital Hue as a valuable asset. In December 1993 the population of ancient cultural relics of Hue was classified by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage. In November 2003, UNESCO recognized Hue’s music as the intangible cultural heritage of its kind. Transportation Road, rail, air, waterway are all convenient. Thua Thien-Hue is 654km from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City is 1,051km, Da Nang is 85km. Phu Bai Airport is located next to National Highway 1A and Trans-Vietnam Railway runs through the province.