We visited this bridge a few time during our stay in Hue. It was a nice a place to walk along the bank of the river.
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Truong Tien Bridge straddles the Perfume River, has an excellent safe walkway on both sides of the bridge. We used it to cross from Hue city to the Hue Market and to walk to the Imperial City. Looks quiet impressive at night, interesting watching all...More
This bridge is very busy, but pedestrians have a separate section. The view in both directions is very rewarding.
The centre of Hue is really quite small, so enjoy a pleasant walk through the riverside market after a couple of beers in a cafe nearby and try to cross a couple of bridges. The illumination itself will take care of the romantics.
The Truong Tien Bridge is directly opposite the Saigon Morin Hotel.You can cross this bridge to reach the Imperial City(turn left)and Dong Ba Market(turn right)The bus station is located to the left,also.The bridge takes on a completely different appearance at night time.It is lit up...More
This is a bridge which connects the north part of the town and la Citadel with the south where most hotels and tourists are. It easy and save to walk it to reach la Citadel. It has a lot of traffic and offer some good...More
You can take nice pictures at sunset and sunrise over the Perfume river. Also surprising to watch all these motorbikes incessantly crossing the bridge.
Great for people watching. heading south, you'll see the distinctive round boat pier. Walking towards the hotel Saigon Morin and Imperial hotel, this little old lady carrying bags on a bamboo pole suddenly squatted down on the pavement to pee through her slit trousers. Cars,...More
It's not the most exciting thing, but a walk across the bridge and back is fun and you get a good view of the river and the town. And, with luck, the chance to photograph a few locals going about their business on the river....More
One of the main bridges in Hué. There is a walkway either side of the traffic so it is safe for pedestrians. Beautifully lit by night. There are boats moored to the south-east side for trips to the Thien Mu Pagoda, a busy market (beyond...More