The Complex of Hue Monuments, introduction of its significances and considering for the future tourism development: Case study of Kim Long village and its frontal base town
First phrase of this paper aimed to introduce in general the significance of the Hue as a first UNESCO World Heritage site in Vietnam which has been recognized since December, 1993. Ancient Capital City of Hue (the Heritage site) located in the middle region of Vietnam developed as a base of Nguyen Dynasty and thrived as a capital of the Country from the early 19th century to middle 20th century. The Heritage site contained full concept of the typical Ancient Capital City of Vietnam which including the Citadel, Imperial Palaces, Imperial Tombs, Temples, Religious facilities and its surroundings great natural environment well known as Feng-shui concept are still remained.
In second phase, this paper examines for considering on the current issues of Kim Long village and its frontal base town for future development. Kim Long village is well known as a first base of the Capital city of Hue during 17thcentury to 18th century under period of Nguyen Lords in Cochin-china of Vietnam. Located at West-South side of the Hue Citadel, Kim Long village is famous for tourism, well known as interfere zone between politic center and religious center of the Heritage site, which hasn’t been cultivated for development yet.