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As part of a group we caught a dragon boat to the tomb and we went up a fairly steep set of steps to the pagoda ,tomb and monastery we also saw the Austin A55 -now restored that the monk who poured petroleum over himself...More
It was very hot the day we were there, so take sunscreen and a hat. Our guide was great at explaining what all the areas were about from the Concubines temples to the actual memorial stone and final resting place of Tu Duc.
Most beautiful and natural of the tombs I saw. Blends well with landscape so best to go on a sunny day when you can enjoy that. Also very large and has subsidiary tombs for first Queen and adopted child of Tu Duc.
Tu Duc's tomb isn't as remarkable as the person of Khai Dinh but definitely well worth a trip. The particular website of the tomb is quite boring, the reason why this particular location interesting though, is the different constructions which are a part of the...More
An extremely good tomb. Plenty of visitors though. When operating a motorcycle down a roadway, the shopkeepers are a little risky, running into your path suggesting to stop there. The tomb is a tremendous complex. I spent hours wandering. It is worth a trip for...More
Went there with the family of mine. Unfortunately, the climate wasn't that great. It was drizzling throughout. The kids decided to remain put within the van, even though the adults ventured out. It was wonderful. The entire place is very serene and beautiful. It offered...More
The only disadvantage to this tomb is that we have no idea if we saw the whole place as we weren't able to get hold of a map. There is a large site with loads of different areas to see. There isn't a lot information...More
The Tomb of Tu Duc is highly under estimated in the Lonely Planet. It is a tremendous experience and left all of us utterly excited and moved. We were there at sunset. The tomb closes at 5 pm, so it is worth while arriving at...More