1. Exploring Hue on bike
Huế was the national capital until 1945, when Emperor Bảo Đại abdicated and a Communist government was established in Hà Nội (Hanoi), in the north. While Bảo Đại was briefly proclaimed “Head of State” with the help of the returning French colonialists in 1949 (although not with recognition from the Communists and the full acceptance of the Vietnamese people), his new capital was Sài Gòn (Saigon), in the south.
2. Tam Giang lagoon biking tour
3. Boat trip and bike on Perfume River
Get a closer look into the history and culture of Hue. We cruise on Perfume River to visit the Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the best know religious sites in the city. Then cycle to Phu Mong, take in a traditional garden house and craft houses, enjoy a serene life here. This tour option was designed by Hue Locals Team will brings to you an experience of Hue’s History and Cultures.
4. Hue food tour on bicycle
Through the cuisine is the best way to explore the culture of Hue city, the old capital of Vietnam, which gets lot of the typical local dishes. When visiting Hue city of Vietnam, the travelers cannot miss chance to enjoy the local food, the street food of Hue and to discover its cuisine culture.
5. Thanh Toan off the beaten track on bicycle
Thanh Thuy village is famous for over 200 years old Thanh Toan tiled roofed bridge, which is 17 m long, 4 m wide and divided into 7 sections. The wooden bridge was built in 1776 and is roofed with tubes. The historic bridge has become a popular tourist attraction nowadays. This half day trip offers you a chance to touch the rural life’s Vietnam by cycling, taking photos and tasting local foods.
6. Hue handicraft villages on bicycle
Besides those well-known tourist sites as royal citadel, tombs, Hue is definitely a peaceful and wonderful country side where lots of traditional can be found those nearby villages. One day cycling to discover the peacefulness of local life and enjoy some fresh breathing is a must do.