Tam Giang Lagoon is a special destination that attracts tourists due to the harmonious combination of nature and humans. Tam Giang Lagoon is a brackish water lagoon located in the Tam Giang - Cau Hai lagoon system, within the jurisdiction of four districts: Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Huong Tra, and Phu Vang, Thua Thien Hue province. Tam Giang Lagoon is not only a place with beautiful nature but also a heritage that carries the cultural features of Hue people.
Tam Giang Lagoon has an area of about 22,000 hectares, with three main water sources being Ta River, Trung River, and Huu River, flowing about 2 – 3 miles inland. Tam Giang Lagoon is about 30km from the center of Hue city in the direction of Thuan An beach to Quang Tri. Tam Giang Lagoon has a jade green color, clear water, carrying the scent of natural grass and leaves. Tam Giang Lagoon is home to many species of flora and fauna, especially seafood, which is the largest oyster farm in the lagoon area.
Along Tam Giang Lagoon, tourists can admire unique and beautiful architectural works such as Thanh Toan bridge, Linh Mu pagoda, Khai Dinh tower. Tourists can also take a boat along the water to enjoy the scenery, listen to traditional Hue songs, and feel the peace, elegance, and romance of Hue.
Tam Giang Lagoon is a testament to the creativity and artistry of the people of Hue, a beauty of nature and culture of Hue. Tam Giang Lagoon is a must-visit destination when tourists visit Hue, to feel the beauty of a golden age and a soul of the people of Hue.