Sleep & Eat
Hue - Hostel & Sports Bar
Situated on a quiet, cozy street by day, and a popular dining and recreational destination come nightfall, our Hue Hostel is perfectly located to explore all of Hue's glory, including the many day trips we offer to experience the ancient capital fully. The hostel is housed in a beautiful, colonial building with sweeping verandas and a comfortable downstairs sports bar and restaurant, showing all the live sport you could imagine and serving up killer game day food specials and home run happy hours throughout the week.
Known as the food capital of Vietnam, it’s in this wonderful city where you’ll be able to tantalize your tastebuds! Hue is also home to the famous Perfume River and Imperial City and this is where you’ll find the busy market called Dong ba, where you will find anything from spices, fruit, the daily catch from the sea to buying some clothes or souvenirs to bring back home.
Explore Hue on a bicycle, head through the imperial gate and get closer to the imperial citadel, where the emperors used to reside during the Nguyen dynasty as well as the war remnants museum. It is here where you will notice a more traditional side of Hue, with lots of restaurants and local coffee spots along the canals that runs along side the streets. Making your way over here during the evening will give you a completely different experience with all the local restaurants emerging on the side of the streets with amazing food and a few beers with your dinner. Make sure you try some of the local dishes like Com Hen, Bun thit ngun or perhaps Nem lui for the spring roll lovers.
If you’re looking to escape the busy streets renting a scooter for the day is an amazing way to get around. Make your way to one of the emperors tombs for some history or catch a sunset at the best spot in Hue for it at bunker hill or make a visit to the Abandoned waterpark. The best spot to escape from the city would definitely be a visit to the beach, yes there is a beach in Hue! To wrap up your day, get back into the city and go down to the docks where the dragon boats reside and cruise on the Perfume River during sunset in the middle of Hue city!
So you’ve finally arrived in Hue, now what? Getting to our hostel of course!
You have many options available to you;
Don’t be fashionably late, let us know in advance and we will happily help you to arrange a private pick up, which will bring you directly to our doorstep! This option will cost you around 13$ for a 4 seater car, and is all conveniently organised online through our website.
Option 2 is to do as the locals do, jump on a local bus! This will cost you less than a 3$ but may require you to grab another method of transport as the bus will drop you near to the Vincom Plaza, a 5-10 min walk away from the hostel.
Option 3 is to grab a local taxi, but be prepared to either barter like crazy as they will overcharge you.
Option 4 is to make use of Vietnam’s equivalent to Uber, Grab. Simply download the Grab app before you arrive and enter your details. Make sure to use the app to order a taxi as they will often overcharge you if you just hail one from the street. Make sure you get in to the right car!Book A Transfer Now
Things To Do
Hai Van Pass
The Hai Van Pass is arguably the most iconic stretch of road in Vietnam, and is renowned for its scenic beauty. Made famous by the BBC motoring programme Top Gear in 2008, the pass was dubbed "A deserted ribbon of perfection - one of the best cost roads in the world" and is an absolute must during any Vietnam visit.
The pass crosses over a spur of the Truong Son (Annamite) range that emerges from the West and just into the South China Sea, forming the Hai Van Peninsula and the adjoining Son Tra Island. The pass, which once formed the boundary between the kingdoms of Dai Viet and Champa, also forms a boundary between the climates of Northern and Southern Vietnam, sheltering the city of Da Nang from the "Chinese Winds" that blow in from the Northwest.
Discover the rich culture and history of Vietnam’s Imperial City of Hue, visit famous pagodas, markets, generations-old street-side cafes, Forbidden Palaces, art galleries filled with embroidered paintings, tuck in to delicious local cuisines and take in the beautiful views alongside the Perfume River as well as visiting the Hue Hope Centre where you can have a go at making your own ring out of electric wire!
Hue BBQ Dragon Boat TripCruise down the famous perfume river on your very own private dragon boats, taking in the views to the Thien Mu pagoda, the tallest religious building in Vietnam. Enjoy a fantastic BBQ lunch and refreshing drinks before exploring some of the beautiful surrounding areas. Make a splash with a dip in the water and make the most of this relaxing, fun-filled day.
Hue Motorbike Tour
The best way to see Hue in a day! Jam-packed with must-see locations, mouth-watering food, and fascinating historical knowledge. Join our friendly, western guides as they take you on a journey around the city. Visit the Imperial City where bullet holes still remain in the walls and experience the Elephant and Tiger arena where long ago they would fight to the death.
Get the best views of the city from the largest graveyard in Vietnam, and take in the incense village while trying your hand at making this traditional craft. Finally get your camera ready, as you blow friends and family away with your amazing pictures of the Perfume river from an old American outpost and the famous abandoned water park.
Hue Insideout Cooking ClassOnce the national capital and with influences from the North and South, Hue has often been described as the food capital of Vietnam and the ideal place to learn how to cook traditional Vietnamese like a local. Choose to include a trip to the market and shop like a local too, with lots of delicious menu options to try!
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