At 20:00 pm April 12th 2014, the opening ceremony of the 8th Festival Hue with the theme of the Ancient Citadel convergence and shine was celebrated at Ngo Mon Square. It is the prelude to a series of cultural events held until April 20th 2014.
On April 19, in Hue City, the sixth Ministerial Conference in charge of ASEAN’s Culture and Art took place, representatives of Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, and China discussed relevant issues, and awarded the title “ASEAN City of Culture” to Hue.
Hue weather is portrayed by features of tropical climate with two main seasons of rainy season and dry season. Rainy season in Hue runs from August to February, while, the dry season lasts for five months from March to July.
In terms of Hue geography, the city is located in North Central Coast geography having the favorable natural conditions and under the influence of the tropical monsoon climate. This land is considered as a source of endless inspiration for many poets.
Situated in the prime location in Central Vietnam, Hue is worldwide famous for wonderful natural landscapes, unique festivals, and hospitable local people. The city is worth one of most ideal destinations in Vietnam.
In comparison to some biggest cities of Vietnam like Hanoi, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, Hue has the totally different beauty. This is a land of the outstanding architecture, modest and friendly people, and the simplest things.
Referring to Hue Vietnam, many people often think of a long history and culture. Among them, the cuisine in Hue is seen as the most typical cultural identity of this city. Besides the royal cuisine, local cuisine also attracts tourists to Hue.
Situated in Thua Thien – Hue, Thien Mu Pagoda is one of the oldest and most fascinating religious sites in Vietnam. It has long lured tourists by its beautiful and ancient architectural structures of worship.