Totally amazing experience, flamboyance in the extreme! Lots of flights of steps to tomb but manageable, exquisite views, tomb has indescribable beauty, immense work of art in ceramic decoration , not to be missed
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It's amazing how concrete can be fashioned to make a fascinating place. It's about view for the location and design for the effect. Bit if a hike up the 127 steps but the landing on the way with items of relevance made it interesting and...More
If you’re going to see tombs, don’t miss this one – the most unusual and spectacular one of all, both inside and out!
We visited these tombs in the morning after the citadel and before the tombs of Ming Manh. They were really awesome. The sculptures and the mosaics are brilliant. The scenery from the top is amazing. We bought a 3 monument ticket at the citadel which...More
This was the second stop-off on a VND 280,000 multiple-entry ticket that included the Imperial Citadel, the Tomb of Minh Mang, and the Pagoda of the Celestial Lady. Located on a forested hillside about 15km south of Hue, The Tomb of Khai Dinh is well...More
This plavce was so much more impressive than descritions I had read - set into a hillside with darkened concrete it really is gothic, but also the scale is surprising as is the beautiful inside of the temple when you reach the top. Very much...More
Different stairs lead toward different levels. Everything was made of concrete, black. Statues greet the visitors. The tomb itself (highest level) is a marvel: the inside is completely decorated with mosaic: pieces of pottery, jars, bottles. A jewel.
Khai Dinh Tomb is influenced by French and Chinese culture. The buildings and stairs were made of concrete (not marble). I wondered if it meant modernism. The walls inside the building were decorated by mosaic (made of pieces of pottery or glass bottles). I believe...More
We were on a Hue City Day Tour with Hue Vacations and this was one of our stops. Our guide purchased a ticket that included entrance to the Citadel, Khai Dinh Tomb and Minh Mang tomb for 280,000 dong. This is the most popular of...More