This is an amazing temple. It is built a little remote to the usual suburbia and is approached by a huge roadway on each side and an equally large quadrangle (for want of description) which stretches from the entrance to the main road: this space is a forbidden area whilst any ceremony is taking place in the temple.
There is a viewing area, you are ushered to permitted areas to view certain ceremonies.The acoustics seemed good given the huge arae covered by the temples worship area.
This is definitely not "just another church" familiar to the ears of tourists in Europe as you stop to see the umpteenth cathedral etc. Cao Dai decor is ornate and impressive and there is one really large mural/painting at the entrance of this impressive establishment which can be included in your photos, but if in doubt ask one of the ushers.More