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Handicrafts in Hue

Hue’s Temples
Hue has over 300 temples known as ancient citadel. There are a few that are noteworthy. The Hue temple is considered to be the most famous temple in the area. Located in the North west of the city, it dates back to 1383. Bach Ma Hue is the oldest temple in the city. It was home to King during the construction of the city. It also holds two Buddha images of importance - the Phra Sila and the Phra Satang Man. If you want to see classical northern Thai architecture, take a look at the Wat. The Wat is located outside of the city but is a wonderful place for meditation and different from Hue’s other temples. The Wat located outside of the city is known for its seven spires square. The Wat Chedi originally had a 280-foot-high pagoda but during 1545, it was partially destroyed by an earthquake. However, it is still something to see, with a mythical snake staircase accenting the front porch.

Handicrafts in Hue
Hue is known for its wood carvings but you can find anything in the way of crafts in Hue. There are handmade umbrellas that seem a trademark of Vietnam. The one thing they are known for is that their handicrafts are hand done and are made of all-natural materials.
Hue is Vietnam’s major center for quality handicrafts. There are many to choose from. The umbrellas, silk, cotton fabrics, silverware, jewelry and pottery are all created within the city and many can be viewed by the international visitors who travel to Vietnam with visa on arrival. Here you know you’re getting genuine handmade and crafted items. If you don’t want to travel around, there is a night market that brings all these crafts together in the same place for shopping.
Hope you find this information useful while visiting Hue. Enjoy your stay!
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1. Safety
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One way to keep the kayak steady while you’re fishing is to use an anchor.
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