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Tomb of Tu Duc

Tay Nhat Hamlet, An Cuu Village, Hue, Vietnam
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The final resting-place of this Nguyen Dynasty emperor and scholar was built before his death. A lake, pavilion and theatre still exist on the grounds.
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  • Very good46%
  • Average14%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“summer palace” (14 reviews)
“man made lake” (11 reviews)
“small lake” (13 reviews)
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Tay Nhat Hamlet, An Cuu Village, Hue, Vietnam
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Reviewed yesterday

Get out of the city and visit these places they are a relief from the constant noise and They expand your knowledge of the history of the country

Thank Paul h
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The tomb of Tu Duc is a very nice place to visit and if historic value to Vietnam. If you are planning on visiting more tombs and pagodas you can Best Buy a combination ticket m. This is valid for 2 days and will save...More

Thank Lia F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This tomb is near our homestay, It took only 10 mins by bicycle. This tomb is romantic & has a lot of legends behind. I like the lake in this tomb where you can sit down and watch Hue music performances.

Thank Thủy N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Quite a large area to visit so wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to climb some steps up to the actual tomb. Hopefully it won’t be as wet as when we visited.

Thank Tangoj63
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This Nguyen tomb site is much closer in to Hue than the other sites visited. It’s massive and walking and exploring it was fun. Apparently used as both a summer Palace and as a tomb Site - so the King got multiple uses from it....More

Thank David B L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I came here on a guided tour. This was the Summer Palace and Tomb did Tu Duc. The grounds were spacious and it was interesting listening to the stories. Especially since this was a Summer Palace, the stories were mainly about what they would do...More

Thank Choco_robba
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived at 4pm and almost had the site to ourselves, it was incredible at this time with low light the buildings and water were just perfect. 100,000 entrance. Their is renovation work being carried out but it doesn’t affect too much thankfully. Make sure...More

Thank greenpanther30
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the Kaiser tombs you should visit when in Hue and with approx. 4 km to city centre the closest. We went there, to the citadel and the other main tombs by scooter what is a pleasant, cheap and entertaining way to get arround....More

Thank martinthallmair
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Tu Duc was an emperor in the 19th century. This emperor certainly knew how to live. This is a very pleasant estate with nice walkways and a delightful lake. Up the staircase from the lake is the tomb for the emperor - except nobody apparently...More

Thank Stephen B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Wonderful small village with interesting history of previous emperors. Ladies performed in one temple which was lovely.

Thank Lou6244
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28 March 2016|
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Response from JenniferR8 | Reviewed this property |
Yes they are, the whole area is open and the Tomb it's self is in an open area but not spectacular for photos. The surrounding areas are very photogenic so a camera is a must.
14 December 2015|
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Response from janneman55 | Reviewed this property |
when you pay for the imperial city, you can take a combo-ticket for that and the mausolea
14 January 2015|
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Response from Aslak V | Reviewed this property |
You already had a lot of suggestions. We had our trip booked by our travel agency, vietnam-rejser.dk ... They booked Ngoc from DMZ travels. The trip included private driver and lunch