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To begin with, I will say that you are going to get much more out of visiting here using a guide. Any info clues that are readily available are limited and won't give you something like sufficient info about the record of the tomb. So...More
Forward planning at its best. The design of this was something the ancients did very well and obviously wanted a good final resting place. The scale is impressive as are the tombs themselves with guards and trappings of royalty standing neatly carved in rows all...More
We'd to trek through 6 inch deep water out of the parking lot to reach this particular tomb. it was really worth it, but many in our team had ruined shoes. Thus, in case it's just recently rained, wear shoes you are able to afford...More
Minh Mang Tomb is located on Cam Khe Mountain, near Bang Lang Fork on the west bank of the Perfume River, 12km far from Hue. Minh Mang Tomb was built in 1840 and completed in
1843 with the efforts of ten thousand workers and artisans....More
An interesting venue, that is very quiet and relaxing. The question is, where is the king. Apparently although it is a tomb, the King is not buried inside but somewhere in the grounds. No one knows where as the person who buried him was killed...More
After a boat ride on the perfume river and visiting a pagoda, the visit of Ming Mang was really nice and impressive, although I never visited the tomb of Chinese emperors. This tomb includes multiple buildings/palaces with some really beautiful scenery
Do not understand how the design compares to tombs of Chinese emperors, though the environment of the one, pines, hills and drinking water is exquisite. Few guests during the visit of mine though the walled in tomb complex is big enough to permit a feeling...More
This was a good intro to the many sites you can visit. We took a morning boat ride up the Perfume River which was different. It was nice to see this small tomb in the earlier part of the day before it got too hot....More
Hi Roaieana, I suggest you stay 1 - 2 nite in Hue, it has many place to see such as royal tombs (Khai Dinh, Minh Mang, Tu Duc mausoleum), imperial city, Thanh Toan bridge & Thanh Thuy village or take a Dragon boat trip on... More
Hi Roaieana, I suggest you stay 1 - 2 nite in Hue, it has many place to see such as royal tombs (Khai Dinh, Minh Mang, Tu Duc mausoleum), imperial city, Thanh Toan bridge & Thanh Thuy village or take a Dragon boat trip on Perfume river, or go to Thanh Tien village - making paper flower village.
Further more, I should go Hue via Hai Van pass - it's really nice