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Kicking off the tour enjoying tea combined with visiting Hue Ancient Citadel

TTH.VN - With an aim to bringing exciting experiences for tourists visiting Hue Ancient Citadel, from January 5, Hue Monuments Conservation Center opens the tour enjoying tea combined with visiting Hue Ancient Citadel.

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Tourists enjoying tea and have breakfast with Hue cakes at Thieu Phuong Royal Park. Photo: Hue Monuments Conservation Center

The tour enjoying tea combined with visiting Hue Ancient Citadel starts at 5:00 a.m. After visiting, listening to the introduction about the history and architecture of the Imperial Citadel, tourists will enjoy drinking tea and have breakfast with Hue cakes at Thieu Phuong Royal Park before leaving the Citadel for the trip to other monuments.

In Winter early morning, getting the chance to enjoy tea, contemplate temples looming in the raining dew, deserted and quiet is an interesting experience with tourists visiting Hue heritage.

This tourism service promises to be one of the activities to promote the Vietnam traditional cultural heritage images in general and Hue relics in particular, upgrading the services and meeting the visiting demand at The Complex of Hue Monuments in the coming time.

By Minh Hien

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