Must see if you are in the area. Clean city, wide streets, great people (if you can find someone that speaks your language). English is NOT spoken by most tourist supporting services or can drivers
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A nice long climb up to the top, take water with yah. Once on top, a great ocean view. Prepare for weather change.
Stunning views while walking up stairs. Suggest doing early am cause it's humid and hot otherwise. I would expect not seeing rubbish discarded ok the ground which is annoying. But worth the walk to the see Monument. There is ample rest stops while walking with...More
Over 800+ steps from the bottom to the top is a changellen for anyone who do not excise every day but don't worry about that, there are many resting places on the way. If you wanna go Jesus Christ you should go from the early...More
This was an interesting morning visit - be prepared to walk hundreds of steps but there are places to rest on the way up and shade too. There are seats with dedications on them as well as statues on the way up. Well worth the...More
I was on a business trip to Vung Tau staying at Petrosetco Hotel on my last days of the trip had an opportunity to visit this tourist attractions. Did not have an good opportunity rivaled more time but intend to re-visit on my next business...More
Or else you won't be able to enter the statue itself and climb up to enjoy panoramic views of the town. I think it'll suck if you climbed up already in long pants, but it's doable. Also bring water, because it's a long way up....More