They have opening hours, and remember to dress appropriately for a sacred place. The cathedral is really nice, and good to enjoy some quiet time in the city.
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There was sign at the gate of the church mentioning that travelling groups with more than 29 people are not allowed to enter the church. The guy with a cap and another one in yellow shirt stopped us when we try to pass the gate....More
Not necessary to visit, especially if you are from Europe. The cathedral is far from what you can find in France. However this is a good place reminding about history, quiet and pretty nice. Does not take a lot of time to spend and not...More
Calm (considering the number of Chinese tourists in the church!) atmosphere. The spiral walk up to the plank to the church is very serene with the plagues of the departed littered all over the sides of the walkway. The inside is definitely closely resemble European...More
Well preserved church that capture a piece of Nha Trang's history of engagement with the West. A nice view in on a devout Catholic segment of Vietnamese society. Interesting, though not particularly unique, stained glass. We stopped by on our walk to the train station...More
Cost $1 to enter this cathedral but worth it still. Statues of the 12 apostles along the hike up to the church. Very nice structure but wish that the many tourists will respect the church setting where people were trying to spend some time in...More
I Wouldn't say it's a must visit for everyone. But if you are someone who appreciates architecture and local culture I would recommend a visit. Absolutely incredible craftsmanship and architecture of the cathedral which I presume was obviously built or influenced by the French. Great...More