Truong Giang

Address: 25 Doi Cung, Hue, 00084, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 25 Doi Cung, Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Royal Tombs, Sung Sot Cave, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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      Travel Blogs from Hue

      Hue to Vinh Moc Tunnels

      A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Feb 04, 2015

      68 photos

      ... south border and went down the Vinh Moc tunnels that the Vietnamese had dug to escape the american bombings, they originally went down 10 meters but when the Americans started dropping bombs capable of going 10 meters before exploding they dug down to 28 meters. We went around a museum that our guide said was impartial but was obviously put together by the communists ...

      The Train Shakedown

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jan 13, 2015

      21 comments, 17 photos

      ... We figured this would be good practice for the kids to hear the tour guide speak in English and then hear the translation into French.

      Our guide gave us a ton of information, and although I would love to share it all with you, I'm afraid I can't. Please hold back your disappointment. The one thing I did want to mention was the importance of the number 9 in the Imperial City. Nine indicated perfect happiness, and so many of the places had nine steps or ...

      Hue: Temples, Tombs and Terrible Weather

      A travel blog entry by charlottesstory on Dec 04, 2014

      15 photos

      ... city, we started to ascend up into the mountains. The higher we went, the better the view of the river became. Needless to say, we stopped many times to take photos. We were so engrossed by the view that we nearly missed the tomb. I was expecting to see a single tomb, but this was a vast complex set around a tranquil lake. 50 buildings once stood at the Tomb of Tu Duc and although many were very well preserved, some were ruins. We spent a long time here as it was ...

      The Emperor's New (Kung Fu) Groove in Hué!

      A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Nov 19, 2014

      58 photos

      ... size/architecture) but within each you could see the strong emphasis on 'feng shui' ('wind-water'). Influenced by the Chinese, each Emperor ensured their tomb had good 'feng shui'... Therefore being located by a lake/some body of water, up high and in between two mountains, for example, to help harmonise the tomb with the surrounding environment. Following our royal tombs visit, we were treated to a special traditionally Vietnamese performance... Of Kung Fu! WOW. ...

      The Sleeper Bus Nightmare

      A travel blog entry by abbytravels on Oct 31, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... few laws for the roads in Vietnam. They're not in great condition and drivers just put their foot on the peddle and their hand on the horn. So we were lucky to get any sleep really! It was like being on the back of a rollacoster and when we did drop off we were only woken to the constant beep of the horn and feeling the bus balancing on 2 wheels. It is by far the worst mode of transport I've taken and I've vowed not to step back foot on one! But at least we're in Hoi An ...