Khai Dinh Tomb is one of the mausoleums of the Nguyen Dynasty kings in Hue, Vietnam. It was built between 1920 and 1931 during the reign of King Khai Dinh and is located on a hill in the south of Hue, about 10km from the city center.
Khai Dinh Tomb was designed and built in a combination of Western and Eastern architectural styles with bold French royal architecture. This mausoleum is built from granite, with internal structures including many worship rooms, bedrooms, and playgrounds, decorated with elaborate sculptures.
In the decoration of the mausoleum, there are paintings created from pieces of porcelain, stained glass and precious stones such as pearls and rubies. These paintings depict stories from Vietnamese history, culture and religion.
In addition, one of the outstanding features of Khai Dinh Tomb is the worshiping area decorated with sculptures and murals, especially the 3.5m high statue of Quan Am Buddha carved from a single block. marble.
Khai Dinh Tomb is a famous attraction in Hue, with great historical and cultural value to Vietnamese people and international tourists.