Hue

A journey to remember

Vietnam’s majestic former capital and a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, Hue is an East Asian wonderland of pagodas, temples and tombs. Its showpieces include the Citadel, the one-time Imperial Palace of the last dynasty of Vietnam, and the picturesque Perfume River. Journeys to the East advocates the preservation of Hue’s increasingly threatened ancient garden homes built by the city’s aristocrats, with terra-cotta tiled roofs, a suite of doors across their facades and interiors characterized by iron wood pillars and intricately carved timberwork tenons laden with motifs of dragons, flowers and waves.

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