The Huong River Valley has an abundant natural environment. Not only the palace, but also the emperor’s tombs and old temples scattered through the valley are surrounded by nature and green tracts of land. Moreover, farmland such as rice fields extend through the valley and so a rich green network supports the ecological order of the region.
The Grand Vision Historic Eco-museum promotes the conservation of the historic city and regional environment by utilizing the rich potential of the Huong River region.
Gia Long Tomb Territory is the deepest and most sacred and mysterious place in the area that makes up this Historic Eco-museum.
The Historic Eco-museum provides opportunities for learning about the historical environment and corresponds to the new modern forms of tourism: Eco tourism, Green Tourism and Community Tourism.