Discover the Forbidden City and the Royal Palace in an old crumbling citadel, then turn yourself into an expert chef in Vietnamese cuisine all in one day.
Prepare for your adventure of Hue to begin at around 8/8:30 am, when your guide will pick you up to show you the secrets locked within the Forbidden City about Vietnam’s Imperial past.
Start by walking to the Royal Palace, which is situated in the fortified Citadel known as the Forbidden City. Once home to the Emporer and his family, as well as his court women and a few other high-class people, the structure is protected by tall brick walls and a moat full of dragonflies.
After you’ve visited the Royal Palace and explored the incredible complex, with stories seeping from every shady passageway and locked chamber, it’s time to become an expert in Vietnamese cuisine.
Head to a garden house perched on the banks of the winding Perfume River, where you’ll learn how to cook stunning dishes in front of a poetically beautiful view of Thien Mu pagoda on the opposite bank.
After dinner, walk back to town and stop off at some of the local bars, recommended by your guide, of course.
Explore the Forbidden City and learn about the fascinating history of Hue
Learn to cook the world-famous Vietnamese cuisine
Discover local hangouts thanks to your local guide
Quynh Anh (QA) graduated in tourism from Hanoi university and is super passionate about travel. She has exceptional people and communication skills and always finds a way to create the best holiday experience for her customers. QA is a very experienced tourism professional and knows all the hidden gems in Vietnam. She is based in Hanoi but spends a large part of her time in the local communities in North Vietnam developing IMPACT projects in the local communities. QA’s colleagues and customers all value her kindness and friendship. She will ensure you have the best time in her home country.
Your guide will pick you up at around 8:30 am from your accommodation, and then drop you back off there at the end of the tour.Tours normally starts at: 9am in the morning and 3pm in the afternoon. Tours can be started at anytime on request – just let us know in the comment section when booking, along with the address.