Walk to the ancient town Chi Lang Gia Hoi, trace the ruins of Japanese, Chinese and Indian merchants in Hue and explore Hue fusion street food in the oldest port town.
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The special walk-in Chi Lang Gia Hoi would start with an introduction at Hue Cafe Roastery. It sets on the side of Hue Citadel precinct in a classic 1950s and 1960s modernist house looking over the Dong Ba canal and historic Dieu De Pagoda. Here with a cup of “Cafe Sua Da”, you will understand the beginning of Chi Lang Gia Hoi and what outstanding architecture you will walk through during this Hue unique tour.
You will start to walk over the Dong Ba Bridge to visit the Japanese Martial Art House. It also is addressed with the name Suzucho Karatedo Vietnam memorial house. Here attached with a story of Mr. Suzuki Choji who founded Vietnam Karatedo in Hue in 1960 and continued to support the Revolution of Vietnam even though he came to fight for Japanese force at first. The renovated building itself follows the traditional Japanese style which is currently served as the martial art hall for many young Karatedo disciples.
You will continue to walk through winding road on Bach Dang with a density of ancient houses still available to see. We take you for a brief look at one of the rare Indian architecture still remained in town on Chi Lang road. Due to an authority issue, we won’t take you inside the house. However, this is an outstanding example of how busy Chi Lang Gia Hoi used to be in the 18th century. Also, a wonderful chance for you to experience the Hue fusion food, the Hoanh Thanh O Mai. She is a Chinese descendant who came with a tradition of making the most delicious Hoanh Thanh you could find in Hue.
As walking through Chi Lang road, our host will point out many interesting Vietnamese tubing houses as well as French yellow concrete house along the way. We will stop at the Hai Nan Temple, in which, the story of 108 Chinese merchants unfortunate deaths created a distinctive culture within many Chinese immigrants groups around the world, will be a highlight for you. Not only that, you will admire Chinese ornate structures in Fukien and Canton Assembly Halls.
At the end of Chi Lang Gia Hoi walking tour, we will explain to you while this port town is fading away though used to be bustling in the 19th century. We will slow ourselves a bit from this rapid way of life out there to enjoy the scenic Perfume River looking over Con Hen island in a charming riverside cafe shop within the Chi Lang Gia Hoi town.
Finally, we set you back to town with a relaxing and short boat trip on the Perfume River. From the boat, the image and many untold stories of Chi Lang Gia Hoi will be concluded in your eyes.
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