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The interior of this temple is what people come to see. The only image is of a world with eyes, like a giant eye ball. Above the altar is a painting that shows a Moslem, Jesus, Confucious, a Taoist immortal, and Buddha and a saying...More
This temple is definitely worth a visit. It encompasses all major religions and is a different philosophy of life. Inside the temple is very colorful and serene. We stopped to see the noon prayers. It is very serene. It can be watched from a balcony....More
A beautiful moving ceremony full of music and colour. A spiritual and sensual occasion. Who could not be moved by the chanting,drums, prayer and sense of community praying together for loved ones living and deceased.
We went to this place during the day.. nothing much you can see even the history behind the existence of this religion is quite interesting. There are two different entrances for male and female. The worshippers will not allow you to sit and have some...More
We visited the Cao Dai temple whilst in Ho Chi Minh on a day trip. When we arrived we were made to feel very rushed by one of the volunteers (coloured strap on the arm of their uniform) who was trying to usher us up...More
CaoDaism is uniquely Vietnamese and, even if you tend to get templed-out in other parts of Asia, you won't see anything like this anywhere else. While this temple is by no means the best example in Vietnam, if you've not heard or learned of the...More
I'd never been to a Caodaist temple before, so I was excited to have the opportunity. It sounds like an interesting religion as it combines facets of Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, and others. The temple grounds are nothing too scenic, and the interior is somewhat plain...More
It looks smaller in person than in the posted pictures but that probably is due to the fact that some people's kids posted the wrong pictures. But it's still worth a visit if you're within 1/2 hour driving distance in Da Nang.
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