There is so much to see in this 19th century Imperial City, even though a lot of it was bombed during the 1968 Tet Offensive. Massive restoration work has been done so there is much to see and one just has to imagine the empty spaces like the Forbidden Purple City as it was in all its glory!
We had a guide for an hour and it was well worth it as there are so many different pavilions, palaces & things of interest to see in this vast complex.
We stayed on and wandered down the tree lined paths & big courtyards.
You could go round the grounds on electric cars but this would be an extra charge after the entrance fee.
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