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Transporte público en Thua Thien Hue

“Developed by Sun Group, the Ba Na Hills Resort at a height of over 1,400m above sea level was officially opened to the public in 2007. Since then, it has become one of Viet Nam’s most popular entertainment areas and its must-visited places. The resort features the French Village, the Le Jardin Flower Garden, a mountain-climbing train, the Debay Wine Cellar, the Linh Ung Pagoda, the first-ever wax museum in Viet Nam, and Fantasy Park, which is the largest indoor entertainment centre in Southeast Asia. ”
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“Take my car to the parking then get the cable car to the park. An interesting place to see and to enjoy entertainment. There is a famous bridge named Golden Bridge where people like to check in ”
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“Da Nang city is a charming little town that surrounded by mountains and ocean. Each mountain has its own remarkable beauty that takes travellers' breath away. Having been riding my motorcyle over these mountains offers me an opportunity to write down my thoughts to share with you all, hopefully, it might bring some insightful suggestions to those who are planning to visit Da Nang. Hai Van - the name means where you travel the cloud meets the ocean. The twisting 21 km pass traverses the Anamite Mountains and offer many incredible views overlooking Da Nang city from the height of 1,400m above sea level. The roads are not bumpy yet sharpy at some corners, be steady and stay focused. At the beginning of the pass, it started inclining gradually and Da Nang   slowly appears before your eyes. Since I traveled when it was quite early, a cover of thin fog rising beyond the sea surface made the view mysterious and unbeatable. Take a quick stop at the 2 nd curve by roadside juice shops, you can have an epic panoramic shot of the day and observe the winding paths that you will ride up there later. A hidden beach below with golden sand and crystal clear water side by side an old railways, altogther create something peaceful and calm - a typical Vietnamese countryside look. Back to winding path you will find a sadlooking pine tree stands out by the road where local youngsters often stop for a vintage shot, magnificent background of the city will not dissapoint you. Anytime, I come here, I like to jump on huge rocks that scrumble to the ocean to enjoy the incredible landscape sight that this place has to offer - truly amazing experience. One of a nice spot for relaxing and taking some Vietnamese coffee is the first cafe 200m ahead of the road. Dont forget to pick the backyard seats, you will be amazed by the way it looks toward the city. At the same time, you can find out Monkey Mountain is just 1 ocean away from here and it is just as beautiful as Hai Van Pass from distance - perhaps some ideas for the next journey. After the first U-turn, you will approach to some historical sites of Hai Van Pass. Historically, the pass is a great stretagic importance as it provides natural boundary to seperate Northern and Central Regions nowadays 2 provinces. Indeed, war remnants such as former U.S bunkers can be seen from there, on the old walls, evidence of rampage shootings still remain. Lets take your chance walking into an old defending concrete block, via narrow windows apart of history would display in front of your eyes - a view of a soldier in his watch. Cruishing down the hills, cool breeze will blow thru your hairs. Keep an eye out for cow wandering along the route, you will never know where they are  from but lazily sunbathing in the middle of the roads sometimes - what a nice drive with many things to see and experience. You cannot check out the pass without stopping by Langco Village, an picturesque beach town. Cranes fly above your head, blue water lays down underneath your eyes, the fisherman's village adds gorgeous background to this unmissable view - great place for your photographs. Your journey is just not finished yet, take your first left turn you will enter the most scenic route by the pearl farm lake in the area. This route will satisfy the thrist of beauty of even the most picky guy because of its spectacular view, mountain scenery blended with flat-water lake and local fishing boats are so much charming and all you can feel is peace and calm, time to break ”
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“It's a historical place where you can find back to the history of Vietnam and Nguyen Dynasty. You can also have more unique pictures here”
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“Tomb of Khai Dinh is an ancient architectural works with incredibly unique architecture. It is also recognized as world cultural heritage by UNESCO”
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Place of Worship
“Thien Mu Pagoda is worth one of the most mentioned beautiful landscapes in Hue. Not only does it go on romantic poems or Hue characterized lyrics, Thien Mu is also considered as a sacred pagoda and the sight not to be missed by any tourists when setting foot in the ancient capital.”
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“My second favorite tomb. On the way to Vong Canh Hill and Gia Long tomb. Lots of greenery and lakes. If you come at the right time there might even be a traditional music performance”
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Bar deportivo
“DMZ loves you and celebrates times of joy with you and your loved ones. From the holy spirit and atmosphere of Christmas eve or the exciting fast past night of New Years eve. Local people as well foreign tourists come together and share a great experience not only in these times of celebration but at any time of the year. Sharing a cold beer, a glass of warm wine, a game of billiards or leaving a memorable statement on our walls, are just a few of the great experiences one receives at the DMZ Bar.”
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Place to eat
“Dong Ba Market is the oldest of its kind in Hue, with hundreds of stalls selling household items, handicrafts, clothing and fresh produce at affordable prices. Located on Tran Hung Dao Street, it occupies a large grey building along the northern bank of Perfume River. Look out for the large red signage that says ‘Cho Dong Ba’ (which means Dong Ba Market in Vietnamese). The market opens as early as 03:00 to cater to local marketgoers looking to purchase fresh seafood, fruit, and vegetables. ”
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“The largest tomb, with lakes and forests. Can be reached nicely by boat from Thien Mu pagoda (happy to arrange) and combined with visiting other places on the way back. Since its one of the more famous royal tombs, it might get crowded at times.”
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“The place offer many beautiful artwork from artist Le Ba Dang.You will see an eclectic mix of his work, painting, sculpting, installations... using all kinds of materials. It is a great place to take pictures, especially the memorial flat on the first floor which looks as if the artists just left in the morning.”
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“Amazing national park where you can spen time to go trekking with amazing experience, discover the forest, fall spring, nice animal,...”
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Restaurante francés
“Les Jardins De La Carambole is set within a colonial-era villa, where diners can enjoy authentic French, Italian, Vietnamese cuisine in a classy setting. Set along Dang Tran Con Street, it’s especially popular amongst travellers thanks to its close proximity to the Complex of Hue Monuments. The upstairs dining section also hosts live piano performances while its expansive veranda overlook Perfume River and Hue City Centre.”
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Centro comercial
“You may get most of cooking materials such as eggs, pork and beef from the convenience store in our building. But Big C is the biggest super-market of Hue. ”
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“A bunker hill from war times its now an abandoned, easy accessible pine forest with awesome views of the Perfume River and Hues hinterland. Good to squeeze in for a pitstop along the way towards the royal tombs”
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“A classic tile bridge built in 17th century with a credible museum inside will be a great experience for you when coming to Hue city. You are able to cycling from Soleil House to this place about 1 hour.”
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