Youth Connection homestay

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Hello, my name is Viet. I have two sons and both of them also could communicate English. I built my house in purpose of having a chance of connecting youths among different cultures. With 10 year serving for tourism, especially Vietnam homestay, both my wife and I are aware that sharing and exchanging cultural activities are really interesting and we look foward to have you in my house.

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About the homestay:

My house -I call the Youth homestay - is well-decorated, nice and few minutes to Dai Noi - Royal Palace, Hue - the last imperial capital by Nguyen Dynasty. My homestay is actually inside the royal walls that was understood as "kinh thành" meaning the capital. From my homestay, it takes you just some munites walk to Dai Noi and Tu Cam Thanh - The Purple Forbidden Citadel. Behind this citadel, this place once was the living home of King, Queen and their children: Prince & Princess. Now this place is recognized and protected by UNESCO as World culture heritage.

I have three rooms are available to guest bookings. Two double rooms are in the first, third floor and twin in the second floor. All have windows and you may find a living room in each floor. 

The rooms are well-funished with comfortable beds, air conditioning for your good sleep. The kitchen is downstair at the first floor where we cook meals. You can use this kitchen to cook your own style of food without further charges.

I could serve breakfast with typical Hue’s food such as some special cakes or bread with butter, or Vietnamese noodle.

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We live in Le Thanh Ton Street, Hue City. This is a center street in Hue city. From my place you can reach to most of popular place in town such as:

  • Royal Palace - Dai Noi: 1km
  • Truong tien bridge: 1.8km
  • Dong Ba market: about 1.3km
  • Big C super Market Hue: 2.2km
  • Hue General Hospita: 3.2km
  • To Royal Tombs: King Tu Duc tomb is 7.8km, King Khai Dinh tomb is 10km
  • Thien Mu pagoda: 5.5km via road. (you can go by boat too)

Here is my list suggested to you to do while you choose my homestay in Hue:

  • Exploring culture and history: Hue is a very special city with slow, elegant lifestyle inspired from Royal etiquettes. The cuisine is a typical aspect too when the dishes are mostly small, sophiticated and very skillfull decoration. The local behavior is gentle, polite but very honest and respectful. You can spend several days to understand the sound and senses of the city. You can also visit to Royal Palace with Purple Forbidden Citadel to reveal royal extravegant life.
  • Visit Royal tombs: each king decided to build their own home for their afterlife that was very much influenced by the King characteristic.
  • Biking in Hue: there is no method of transport to see Hue better than bike. You can wonder around the city or bike to the ancient villages such as: Thuy Bieu, Vi Da, Thanh Toan etc
  • Boating on Huong River at night and drop the candle lit flower into the river bringing with your own wishes
  • Cooking class and Royal dinner style: Hue cuisine is very special and unique in a whole picture of Vietnam cuisine. You can join in a cooking class then enjoy a Royal style dinner with solumn clothes and Royal Music performance along with