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Dear Thao Nhu,
Our first day at Sapa ended very well, although it was rainy weather. We had a nice breakfast, then went to Cat Cat, rest after lunch, then visit the local, food and Vietnam market. Then we went for body massage. Lunch and dinner was good. We like our guide.

Lim Aik Leng Jenny09.13.2013, 04:29pm

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Hue Citadel Surrounding tours

Hue is the ancient capital of Imperial Vietnam, where the Nguyen Lords based their government during their reign over Vietnam between the 17th and 19th century. It remained the national capital until 1945, when Bao Dai (the collaborator king) escaped into exile and Ho Chi Minh declared independence from France in Hanoi. As a result the city of Hue and its surroundings are covered with impressive monuments, temples and palaces. Despite suffering from its central position during the Vietnamese/American War it truly deserves its status as a UNESCO World Heritage site, as everywhere you go there are impressive buildings jumping out of the countryside - to say nothing of the imperial palace of Hue itself.

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