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I was lucky to have a local taking me around Tay Ninh. We came to the temple at night for a quick visit and the next day as I wanted to see during the day time. The whole complex is huge. The temple itself is...More
Most the trips depart from Saigon-Cu Chi- Cao Dai.
You should come to the place before 12:00 pm, then you can join the mass about 1:00 hour here.
The Mecca of New Religion is beautiful, no entrance fee, & Followers are nice and friendly.
This Temple is definitely worth seeing. You especially need to be there for their Noon Service. It is an interesting Religion worth learning about. The issue is that it is 3 hours from Ho Chi Minh City. If you combine it with a 1/2 day...More
I visited the Cao Dai Temple during my trip to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). It is located near the Cambodian border, but the roads are in very good condition. It took less than 2 hours to get there. We arrived just in time before...More
The temple is very colorful. The garden is well maintained and beautiful. There were also monkeys around the temple area. You must take of your shoes before entering the temple. It is suggested that women cover their shoulders and dress appropriately no shorts, length below...More
Caodai Great Temple is surprising you with it colorful decoration on the wall, ceiling and the pillars. Main Ceremony at 12:00 noon is also very special event, you can watch them in different colar dresses, you can hear them sing with traditional music performance.
I am torn in writing this review. Frankly I would not travel the 3 hours it takes to get here just to see this place, but as to the place itself it is very beautiful, so I am rating it based on that. We went...More
The ceremony was interesting and the music was fun. My only comment would be: don’t be disrespectful! I appreciate that huge tour groups cram the people in, but don’t talk during the ceremony, jam cameras in worshipers faces, or mess the ushers!
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The best time to visit is you should arrive at the Temple before 11:30 am (daily). Starting 11:45 they will let you enter inside if you want to see How they make the 🙏 pray. The rest of the day from 6:00am - 5:00pm they... More
The best time to visit is you should arrive at the Temple before 11:30 am (daily). Starting 11:45 they will let you enter inside if you want to see How they make the 🙏 pray. The rest of the day from 6:00am - 5:00pm they will open for all of travelers.