The tomb of Khai Dinh in hue is a prominent historic landmark in the city and a point of interest for visitors. The tomb has been built in remembrance of Emperor Khai Dinh who ruled Vietnam and under whose influence, the city witnessed the emergence of western culture. Thus, western culture and architecture is clearly visible in the construction of this edifice. Traces of oriental architecture are also visible around the construction. Construction on the tomb was concluded in the year 1931.
Location: The tomb of Khai Dinh lies on a steep hill in the Huong Thuy province in Vietnam.
Highlights: Despite its historic prominence, the tomb has been constructed using materials of modern day construction including cement and electricity. One can get a glimpse of authentic Eastern and Western art from the period under one roof in this tomb.
Best time to visit: Visit to the tomb is preferred during winter season.