This offer will see the entrance fees for Royal Palace, Hue Imperial Palace (Dai Noi), and Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities priced at VND100,000 for adults and VND20,000 for children. In addition, the sightseeing fees to the mausoleums of King Minh Mang, King Tu Duc, and King Khai Dinh will be priced at VND75,000 for adults and VND20,000 for kids.
Furthermore, guests who book tours to three historic sites, including Hue Royal Palace, King Minh Mang mausoleum, and King Khai Dinh mausoleum, will pay a fee of VND210,000 for adults and VND40,000 for children. Meanwhile, the admission fee to tour four locations, including Hue Royal Palace, the mausoleums of King Minh Mang, King Tu Duc, and King Khai Dinh, will be VND265,000 for adults and VND50,000 for children.
Tickets to visit the all of the ancient capital’s relic sites is VND290,000 for adults and VND55,000 for children, with the fees set to be applied to both international and Vietnamese guests.
Mai Xuan Minh, deputy director of Hue Monuments Conservation Center, said the reduction scheme for tour operations aims to stimulate greater domestic tourism demand whilst supporting travel firms to overcome the adverse impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.