A day of adventure in the pine forest of Hue

THUA THIEN – HUE The straight pine forests on Vong Canh hill, Thien An hill make visitors think of Da Lat.

Thua Thien – Hue is a destination with diverse experiences, visitors can go up to the forest to go to the sea or visit tombs and temples. A gentle trip into the pine forest will bring a gentle experience in the journey. You should choose the right travel time because the destination is located in the southwest, about 8 km from the center of Hue city.

Thien An Hill is the first stop. The hill has a charming scene, used to be the scene of the movie Mat Biec , located in Thuy Bang commune, Huong Thuy town. The dirt road on the hill is covered with pine needles, with purple sims on both sides, attracting young people to check in or couples to take wedding photos. Photo: Nong Thanh Toan

Located at the highest point of Thien An hill is Thien An Monastery , founded in 1940 by the Benedictine monks. The current building was built in 1994 with bold Asian architecture including a bell tower, chapel, retreat house…

The way to the monastery passes through gentle stone steps, guests just go and enjoy the peaceful and quiet space. This place is quite crowded in the afternoon, but everyone has a sense of order. The space of the monastery is large, so each person can find their own way.

If you want to have a picnic, Vong Canh hill is the ideal destination. This place is located in the cool pine forest, there are chairs to rest or the flat grass for picnic. Photo: Hung Vo

After the movie “Beared Eyes” was released, Vong Canh Hill became the check-in point for many tourists. For beautiful photos, you can pose on the steep path or walk on the small trails on both sides of the forest.

The 43-meter-high hill is considered by tourists to be the most beautiful place to watch the gentle and winding Perfume River, in the distance are rolling hills and mountains.

The romantic space makes many couples love this place and compare it to Da Lat of Hue. The destination is open until 6:30 p.m. daily, with no entrance fee, a 10,000 VND parking fee. Photo: Hung Vo

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