From April 22, Hue’s Imperial City opens on night
(National Times) - Hue Monuments Conservation Center said that Hue’s Imperial City would open to attract tourists on night since April 22.
Ticket for night: 120.000 for Vietnamese tourist and 150.000 for international tourist.
It is a chance for tourists to enjoy to explore the attraction of Hue’s Imperial City at night. Locals often gather in the square in front the citadel at night.
Opening on night aims to attract some great projects from some investors and develop tourism product service in the city.
The new decision will be a positive step for tourism in general and Thua Thien Hue in particular to become an attractive destination for visitors across the region and the world.
The Imperial City of Hue is located in central Vietnam’s Hue City, and was recognised as a UNESCO World.
Heritage Site in 1993. The Imperial City was built in 1362 and served as the capital of Vietnam during the reign of the Nguyen dynasty between 1802 and 1945.