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The building is a tribute to the Caodaism religion in the south of Vietnam. The practitioners engages in daily prayers here and tourist would often flock to this venue to witness this ritual from a balcony above.
Tourist are not allowed to take pictures with...More
As a part of the 10 Day South to North Vietnam tour with Halong Tours,I went on this tour which I highly recommend.Firstly because of the excellent guide called Cuong (Joseph)Dinh.He is very knowledgeable about the history of Vietnam and hilariously entertaining.I loved visiting the...More
Unless you are an enthusiastic theolog, there isn't much to see there, considering the long drive from HCMC.
The architecture and design of the temple is less than impressive and the principles of this religion were also somewhat strange - all religions are good etc....More
A wonderful blend of many religions aspects in one place. Colourful paintings and very clean. Best time to visit is at 12.00pm (most of the Full Day tour surely offers that) when the followers having a midday prayer with an old language (which I don't...More
We stopped at this Temple on our journey to Ho Chi Min City. It is a mixed religion temple created to unify the people, it is for Muslim, Tao and Buddhist people and mainly had Muslim influences. It was very ornate inside with rows of...More
It is located near the border of Cambodia and a 3-hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City. We arrived at noon and just in time to witness the praying ceremony.
The temple is very colourful which is very unique. It is a great experience not...More
Hi Sandra, I'd plan to get there around 11am, that way you can have a look around before the service. Then you can have lunch in the nearby town, This should get you to the tunnels mid afternoon. I agree with the message... More
Hi Sandra, I'd plan to get there around 11am, that way you can have a look around before the service. Then you can have lunch in the nearby town, This should get you to the tunnels mid afternoon. I agree with the message from Alex, it's preferable to visit the tunnels early in the day and avoid the crowds and the heat, it's what we did!