Picture Perfect: Imperial Enclosure, Hue, Vietnam

This post is part of a new series entitled ‘Picture Perfect’, published because of my wish to showcase some beautiful travel shots from around the world which didn’t quite make it into regular blog posts or which tell a story on their own and need few words, if any, to describe them.

In every country, in every city, there is beauty, though sometimes you have to look hard to find it. Often, that beauty is found in little details; a decorated door, a weathered stone gate, a pond full of orange koi fish begging for food. This is Hue’s beauty, rough but loved.






-Text and Photography by Denise Pulis @ www.theartofslowtravel.com. All rights reserved.

8 thoughts on “Picture Perfect: Imperial Enclosure, Hue, Vietnam”

  1. Love these pictures and their colours! I’v often been told how beautiful Vietnam is but haven’t had the chance to visit it! Hope to make it one day!

    1. Hi Francy,

      As long as you don’t try to compare it to any other neighbouring country, yes, Vietnam is stunning. I love it!

    1. Hi Cindy,

      I spend 2 months in Vietnam (1 month in one place as I was doing a course, and one month travelling around) and I was amazed at how much there is to do and see, and how landscape, people, food and atmosphere change as you travel around the country. People seem to either love or hate Vietnam. I loved it, and will be writing a lot about it.

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