Hue night-time tourism new experiences
A series of Hue night-time tourism including cultural activities and art performances at night expect to diversify travel experiences. Local government of Thue Thien-Hue Province inform that the plan will be start from the second quarter of this year.
Art programs and local food streets will be help across the backpacker precinct of Pham Ngu Lao, Chu Van An and Vo Thi Sau Street, February 3 Park and Nguyen Dinh Chieu pedestrian zone from 18.00 until 22.00 daily.
In addition, Dong Ba Market, the pedestrian zone near the iconic Huong (Perfume) River, Phu Xuan Park and the night street zone around the Imperial Citadel will be where new address for calligraphy performances, folk games, traditional ‘ao dai’ shows and street music programs as part of Hue night-time tourism.
The UNESCO-recognized Citadel was capital of the country during Nguyen dynasty from 1802 until 1945. The city is a popular attraction in Vietnam today.
The town is generally considered sleepy with little nightlife to speak of and just a few bars and cafes.
Another plan for the night street zone around city-center Imperial Citadel on January 01 was postpone due to the resurgence of Covid.
Thua Thien-Hue also got the government green-light to welcome back foreign tourists under special tour packages this month before Vietnam fully reopens inbound tourism from March 15.