Ben Xuan Garden House Theatre in Hue

Ben Xuan Owner’s Biography Huyen Ton Nu Camille, artist name Camille Huyen, was born in 1957 into the royal family of the Nguyen dynasty which built the monuments, palaces, tombs and all historical sites still conserved and cared for in Hue these days. According to the royal pedigree, Camille belongs to the sixth generation in direct line from the 61th prince of Emperor Minh Mang, Count Nam Sach Quan Cong. The Count was a great artist of his time, well known for his poetry and as a composer o...
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9 vegan restaurants in Hue you must try

Hue city is known as the Buddhist region in Vietnam. That’s why vegetarian food is familiar to local people. You maybe surprised by seeing many food retail to big vegan restaurants in Hue serving vegetarian food on the first date and the 15th date of lunar month. From the natural goods that can be easily found in Dong Ba markets or some local market, Hue people make many dishes. Here is list of the vegan restaurants in Hue you must try when travel in this poem city. 1. San May Vegetarian ...
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Hue Vegetarian Restaurants: The Best City for Vegan Food in Vietnam?

Could Hue vegetarian restaurants be the best in Vietnam? We think so! If you’re after authentic vegetarian and vegan Vietnamese dishes created for locals (instead of bland tourist food that’s been de-meated), then you’ll love the huge variety of vegetarian restaurants in Hue as much as I did! Note: In Vietnam, there’s not much distinction made between vegetarian and vegan. Most vegetarian restaurants in Hue are completely vegan, though a few serve one or two dishes with egg or milk. You just ...
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What to Eat in Hue, Vietnam — And Where to Find It

These places are not a representation of the full variety of Hue eats, but were ones that I enjoyed and were found on my motorbike and food wanders in town. The banh khoa places recommended by many people was made with wheat flour, so I recommend the same restaurant as the nem lui for the gluten-free version of it, made with rice flour only. It’s less crunchy as a result, but it didn’t get me sick. Banh trang trung and banh ep: 14 Le Thanh Ton Street, open from 4pm-8pm. (Old city) Banh e...
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HUNGRY AND HAUNTED IN HUE

On my first day in Hue, I crossed the bridge into the old city from the South Bank, walking over the Perfume River and into the mist surrounding the Citadel. My goal was to find banh ep, a small disc made of tapioca or cassava flour flattened between two heavy iron plates and served at the side of the road. In Saigon, my mid-afternoon rewards were a hodgepodge of other fun snacks, but banh ep remained elusive. Before I made it into the gates of the old city, hunger pangs hit. In Vietnam, a so...
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10 Best Restaurants in Hue

Ancient Hue Restaurant
Hue’s Most Popular Restaurants The best restaurants in Hue are must-visits for travellers looking to enjoy authentic Hue dishes that were once served exclusively to royalties of Nguyen Dynasty. Set within close proximity to Hue’s iconic landmarks, most of these dining venues also feature equally opulent interiors and exceptional service as well as traditional music and dance performances.   Catering to the growing numbers of foreign travellers, the city is also teeming with trendy ...
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An Agricultural Exhibition in Hue

The exhibition hall is located in Thanh Toan Village, Thuy Thanh Commune, Huong Thuy Township, ThuaThien Hue. The village is 6km from downtown Hue. It has a history of nearly 600 years and has many old buildings that are not big but are impressive in their ancient appearances. One of the key attractions in the area is the Thanh Toan tile-roofed bridge crossing the Nhu Y River. It is of cultural and architectural significance that has been recognised as national relic, as old as the Japanese Brid...
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Night Life In Hue City

Dong Ba Street food Dong Ba Market is the biggest commercial center of Thua Thien Hue Province. Almost of the special cultural souvenirs and gifts are being sold in the market. Though that is not why this place is famous to tourists, it is because of the street food it offers. From early in the morning until late in the evening, delicious local Hue dishes are being served here. And of course, this place is relatively cheaper compared to other places in the city. Foreigners have a chance to me...
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