Hue always carries a sad sadness and is quieter than other cities in Vietnam, so the night atmosphere in Hue is not very exciting. However, in order to meet the increasing tourism demand of tourists, Hue has been developing more and more. Accordingly, the evening entertainment venues in Hue appear more and more. Let’s find out 10 famous places at night in Hue that you should visit and discover Hue nightlife with us!
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Top 10 famous places at night in Hue that you should visit
Truong Tien Bridge
The image of Truong Tien Bridge is considered as the representative and soul of Hue’s ancient capital. If you have come to Hue, you must definitely visit Truong Tien Bridge for a walk and take pictures. Built and completed in 1989, undergoing many renovations. In 1989, Truong Tien Bridge was put into use until now.
The bridge was built by French designer Gustave Eiffel in the French architectural style, consisting of 6 yards and 12 spans. In 2002, the bridge was fitted with a system of LED lights to make the bridge more shimmering and fanciful when night fell on the Perfume River.
Nguyen Dinh Chieu Walking Street
If Hanoi is famous for Walking Street in the Hanoi Old Quarter area (around Sword Lake), then Nguyen Dinh Chieu pedestrian street is also famous in Hue. Located right in the city center next to the Perfume River, this is considered the most vibrant nightlife venue of Hue. This neighborhood always attracts a large number of tourists to visit.
Because it is a walking street, the fun activities here are very rich. In addition to walking scattered along the Perfume River, you will enjoy delicious specialties of Hue such as Banh Beo, Hue tea, fish soup, Truong Tien noodles, spring rolls, snails,… This is an attraction that not only attracts tourists but also people here.
In a few days of the week, there will often be young people organizing cultural events, street dancing, acoustic music, street painting, etc., which are very interesting to attract a large number of young people who are students in the local area. Come join us to create a fun and vibrant space.
Lim Wooden Bridge
Hue Lim Wood Bridge was built and started to be put into use on January 15, 2019, if Truong Tien Bridge is considered the soul of Hue – having witnessed the war and destruction, this bridge is considered as the result after many efforts and sacrifices in it. The bridge was built at a cost of up to 64 billion VND, with non-refundable funding from Korea.
With a length of up to 400m and a width of 4m, extending from the foot of Phu Xuan Bridge to Truong Tien Bridge, located right on the romantic Perfume River. When it was first put into use, Lim Wooden Bridge created a great fever that swept over tourists and the locals here, not inferior to other famous bridges such as Han River Bridge, Dragon Bridge, Love Bridge, etc
In the summer, when the weather is hot, the bridge always attracts a large number of people who come here to disperse at night. In addition, many young people also come here to organize cultural exchanges, acoustic, … creating a vibrant and bustling atmosphere at night.
West Hue Quarter
Located right on three major roads, Pham Ngu Lao, Chu Van An, and Vo Thi Sau of Hue City Center, the Western Quarter was put into operation on September 29, 2018, creating a new nightlife venue for everyone. The neighborhood is open at 3 pm from Friday to Sunday, and operates from about 6 pm to around 2 am the next day. With a total length of only about 1 km, but here you will experience the unique cultural features of Hue people, enjoy specialties and participate in interesting activities and games,…
You can also buy souvenirs as gifts for relatives and friends because there are many stalls displaying a lot of interesting items. Or meeting friends to drink some beer and enjoy music is also the choice of many young people who like to experience the excitement of West Street.
Hue Railway Station is always the busiest place in Hue during the day, when there are trains arriving and departing from time to time, bringing people with busy schedules. For those of you who want to see the hustle and bustle of the flow of people passing by, Hue station is your destination.
Hue Railway Station is considered a must-visit place when coming to Hue to have fun, coming here just needs a pot of tea, a plate of melon seeds, a piece of a sesame seed, and you can sit and sip the whole evening to chat with friends.
Hue Imperial Citadel
People not only come to visit Hue Citadel during the day but also visit at night. Coming here at night you will experience things that you cannot see during the day.
Immerse yourself in the shimmering scenery of the ancient capital, visit from Ngo Mon to Trung Dao Bridge, The Mieu, Thai Dich Lake, Dien Tho Palace, Truong Sanh Palace,… to observe and experience the rituals of the ancient royal court such as performance of great music, minor music, a ceremony of the guard, … In addition, there are performing activities such as royal dance routines, military guards practice martial arts, royal music programs, court games are recreated,… that you can also experience.
In front of the Ngo Mon Gate is a very large and airy campus, there will often be fun activities at night or a leisurely walk such as kite flying, roller skating, watching the citadel at night,…
Ca Hue on the Perfume River
If you have not heard Hue songs on the Perfume River, you have not experienced all the cultural features of Hue. Ca Hue is known as a long-standing and very unique art form of the ancient Hue people. Ca Hue is also recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
First-time visitors to Hue will all come to Ca Hue to experience this type of culture, try once sitting on the side of the dragon boat to listen to the gentle and sweet Hue songs moving the deep things. color and especially unforgettable in a peaceful and quiet evening. Don’t miss this exciting experience of coming to the dreamland of Hue!
Walking around Hue by Cyclo
The cyclo carrying people around on the streets of Hue is no longer a strange thing for the people here and this is also the favorite means of many people when coming to Hue, especially foreigners. Cyclo carries people through the wards, the streets, walking around the Perfume River or the citadel, and even to the tranquil gardens that make visitors so absorbed in watching that they forget everything. Especially, when walking around the streets at night on a cyclo, you can also see the whole city under the magical lights, moving people’s hearts.
Ho Thuy Tien Park
The next destination, I will introduce to you will probably be a bit creepy, so it’s not for the faint of heart. Ho Thuy Tien Park has located about 10km from the center of Hue city, in Huong Thuy town, lying in the middle of a pine hill with abandoned works scattered with a construction cost of more than 70 billion VND. Put into operation in 2004, but not long after that, the park was abandoned due to deterioration and inefficient business.
After an article by the Huffington Post about a place full of horrors due to being abandoned, suddenly this park was visited by a lot of people even though not many people knew and cared about it before. The creepy images at the aquarium, the lake cruise, the restaurant, the virtual world playroom, the water park, the water music stage, … will make you “cold spines” when you step inside, especially at night. Are you brave enough to visit this place?
Cổ Độ XQ Gallery
Located right on Le Loi street, the XQ Co Do embroidery room is a frequent place for those who love to enjoy these artistic beauties. This embroidery gallery is the place to bring a new color to Vietnam’s embroidery art, creating a unique feature in the culture of the ancient capital. The space here creates an unforgettable impression for those who have ever visited by the creative combination of installation and performance art.
Embroidery paintings displayed in XQ Co Do are a skillful combination of graphic art with traditional Vietnamese embroidery techniques, bringing to viewers impressive works engraved in the mind. Embroidery paintings at Co Do XQ mainly focus on sketching themes containing human emotions, homeland traditions, or Hue-style scenery, not the bold Chinese themes commonly found in Vietnam.
Coming to XQ Co Do, you will follow the paved aisles to reach the gallery, where you will see thousands of embroidered paintings of different sizes nested in glass frames and arranged sorted by topic separately. In particular, what makes you most impressed must be the elaborate and delicate double-sided embroidery paintings created by the hands of talented artisans here.
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