Hue Tours and Activities

Thanh Toan Tile Roof Bridge is about 7km from Hue city centre to the East in Thuy Thanh Commune, Huong Thuy District. Around 30 minutes by bicycle, you can come to the Village.
Along with Japanese Covered Bridge – Hoi an, the Tile-roofted Thanh Toan Bridge is not only an ancient architectural remain with highly historic and cultural values but also a tourist attraction. The bridge was built over 2 centuries ago by Tran Thi Dao, the wife of a high-ranking Mandarin in Le Hien Tong’s court and damaged many times by storms, floods and wars. However, the villagers always contributed to repair, renovate and preserve it.
Nowadays, the bridge attracts a lots of tourists because its old architecture, historical and cuturals values.
Let’s go by bicycle to visit Thanh Toan Tile Roof Bridge and enjoy some our services as in detail program.
Guests are taken to the lush green hill of pine forest which most visitors don’t see, Vong Canh pine hill provides a stunning view overlooking to Perfume River of Hue and the royal valley of Nguyen Kings’ mausoleums. After some minutes for strolling around and taking pictures if you wish, you are invited to sit down to enjoy aperitif drinks whilst contemplating the beautiful river landscape peacefully. It will be an awesome chill out experience and not-to-be-missed in the romantic city. We come back to the city before the night fall
• Thrilling ride on a vintage Vespa scooter.
• Champagne drink on hill and enjoy the stunning view from a hilltop.
• Visit a local family and enjoying a family dinner with cooking demo.
Hue was once the Imperial capital and now listed as a World heritage site. Sitting on the banks of the delightful Perfume River you will find amazing citadels, fabulous palaces and royal tombs. Many of the sites can be reached by river and this makes an excellent way to see the city.
Hue is a city known for its delicious cuisine, and this food tour features all the best dishes. Travel by traditional cyclo between markets and local restaurants for an authentic Hue experience.
This two-day tour takes you from Hue to the former demilitarized zone (DMZ) in A Luoi. This area of the country marked the division of North and South Vietnam and was the site of furious battles between the two armies during the war.
Explore Hue’s artisan craft scene on the full-day biking tour. You will head into the craft villages outside the royal city to meet local artisans and learn how to produce your own versions of their traditional crafts.
This combined sightseeing tour and cooking class is the perfect introduction to the history and culture of Hue, its people, and its cuisine. The royal city was the seat of emperors for thousands of years, and to this day it is full of intrigue and charm.
Explore the peaceful surrounding villages of Hue on a half-day cycling tour. With stops at various temples, homes, and communal spaces along the way, this is a wonderful way to experience a little of the local culture in Vietnam.
As the Imperial City, Hue became known for its fine cuisine and continues to be a special destination for food lovers to this day. Where better to take a cooking class and learn about Vietnamese cooking? Travel by motorbike to Thanh Toan Village to spend some time with a local chef.
For an off-the-beaten track local experience in Hue, head out to town to the peaceful Thanh Toan Village. This tour includes biking, fishing, farming and a cooking class, all with local villagers who benefit directly from your visit.
Between Hue and Danang, overlooking the East Vietnam Sea, lies the forested expanse of Bach Ma National Park. This full-day tour takes you deep into the park to explore waterfalls and hiking trails. Hopefully you’ll also spot the shy wildlife who call the park home.
Hop on the back of a motorbike and journey out toward the stunning Tam Giang Lagoon, stopping along the way at local landmarks and attractions. This full-day tour will introduce the local culture and beauty of rural Hue, as you travel just like the locals do!
Head out of historical Hue City to the beautiful natural lagoons between the farmland and the ocean. Take a trip out onto the water, learn how to fish with the locals, and enjoy a sumptuous seafood lunch.