Embellishing, restore and introduce traditional handicrafts that existed under the Nguyen Dynasty, Hue traditional crafts, in the space of the Interior - Hue Citadel
Audio guide is an electronic technology application that helps to automate the narration for visitors, especially international retailers and guests using rare languages.
The images of the Nguyen Dynasty citadel are fully and vividly displayed along with the daily activities and rituals in the palace hundreds of years ago.
Inside the Hue Royal Palace, there is a souvenir photo shoot for tourists to visit under the costumes of the emperor, king, queen, princess, prince and concubine.
To give visitors the opportunity to visit the area around the Citadel and all the tourist attractions inside the Citadel without spending much time.
Visitors can contact directly to register for a guided tour program, visitors can contact the guide right at the monuments.
The exhibition introduces the 32 typical landscapes nationwide, which were sculptured on each of the nine Dynastic Urns. Images of these 32 landscapes are classified into 09 separate poster clusters of different themes, so that tourists may be able to have a good overview of Vietnamese traditional landscapes in beholding the Nine Dynastic Urns.
The Nine Dynastic Urns had been casted in December 1835, and completed a year later, under Emperor Minh Mang’s reign. In 1837, the nine urns were placed in front of The To Temple as it is seen now.
With special values in terms of culture, history, aesthetics as well as sculpture, the Nine Dynastic Urns were acknowledged as the National Treasure by the Prime Minister in 2012. At present, Hue Monuments Conservation Centre has submitted the Nine Dynastic Urns Dossier to the UNESCO in looking forwards to being honored as the World Documentary Heritage.