Hue ancient city is 60 kilometers away from Chan May Port, Hue city. This Chan May Port to Hue by car offers you a wonderful opportunity to visit famous Hue attractions: Hue Citadel and Thien Mu pagoda, Minh Mang mausoleum. You will then get to spend around 5 hours exploring Hue local food and shopping in Hue before heading back to your ship before 17’30.
However, we recommend a private English speaking guide to make the most of your time in Hue. You may avoid getting lost and get back to Chan May can be easier.
Since Hue is a historical city with rich cultural values, thus, not to learn about its root and stories would be a pity. An English Speaking Guide who is knowledgeable about Hue and well-communicated in English will make your day so much more meaningful than wandering off on your own.
Our driver will pick you up at Chan May Port with a sign having your name.
Our friendly driver will take you from Chan May Port to firstly visit Thien Mu pagoda with the age of over 400 years. You get to learn about the religion that dominates the country for over 2000 years in Vietnam.
Our driver ( and tour guide, optional) will take you to Hue Citadel and Hue Imperial City where you get to see the living and working place of the Nguyen Royal Family and learn some stories behind.
After a short break for a delicious meal, you will see the wonderful complex of Minh Mang Tomb or Khai Dinh Tomb, two of the most famous emperor of Nguyen Dynasty, getting to know their unique architecture. Please contact us for more details of what else to see in Hue.
You will be collected to drive back to Chan May Port.
You safely arrive in Chan May Port, saying goodbye to your driver and tour guide.
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We will be arriving at the Chan May port by cruise ship on Wednesday 3rd August at 7am and want to spend the morning seeing Hue. We are 5 people including 2 children so cannot go on the ship tour as they will get too tired.
We want a very quick tour – to go on a boat on the river, to see one or two things, have some food and hear the stories of the town (so a tour of two and a half or three hours plus travel time).
We come to Vietnam a lot so we will be coming to Hue again – this is just our first time so I would rather the children loved their experience and wanted to come again than spent 8 hours seeing everything and become exhausted.
Can you help us or recommend someone who can help us?