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Vietnam’s imperial capital offers royal tourist activities

Vietnam’s imperial capital offers royal tourist activities

Tuesday, February 03, 2015, 19:03 GMT+7

A slew of royal activities which promise to appeal to tourists have kicked off at the UNESCO-recognized Hue Complex of Monuments in central Vietnam.

The Hue Monuments Conservation Center in Thua Thien-Hue Province has announced it had commenced scores of such activities at a number of relics in Hue, the provincial capital city.

Hue served as the capital under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) – the Southeast Asian country’s last monarchy reign. Truong Sanh Palace inside the Hue Royal Palace now features objects and delicacies used by the kings and royal members, including royal tea, complexion nourishing cream, pillows , and “ao dai” (traditional Vietnamese long gown).

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