December 25, 2014

Hue, Vietnam

What Lonely Planet said: Palaces and pagodas, tombs and temples, culture and cuisine, history and heartbreak – there’s no shortage of poetic pairings to describe Hue (pronounced ‘hway’). A Unesco World Heritage site, this deeply evocative capital of the Nguyen emperors still resonates with the glories of imperial Vietnam, even though many of its finest buildings were destroyed during the American War.

I was there: June 8, 2012 - June 9, 2012

Camera used: Canon EOS 40D

Perfume River at night

Dieu De Pagoda

Roof decoration at Dieu De

Newly made incense left out to dry

One of Hue's city gate

Tricyclist with gas tanks

'Bird Park'

Family on a bike
Old part of Hue City. Canal on the left

Grill at the Imperial Palace

Imperial Palace at Hue

Selfie at Hue Palace
Dragons on the roof of the palace

One more dragon

Stone columns at the palace

One of the palace buildings

Lake at the back of the palace

Citadel right in front of the Imperial palace