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The temple here is pretty big with many huge statues and a lot of artwork to see. There was work in progress when we visited so some parts were still being fixed. We couldn't find any information about the place though, bummer because we heard...More
a religion was established in Vietnam in the early twentieth century, in 1926. The name Cao Dai literally just "a high place", figuratively is the highest area in which God dwells; as well as a shortened name of the God of the Cao Dai religion,...More
It was much smaller than the main one in Tay Ninh although the outside face is similar however the maintenance was very poor, dirty and unruly. We were left at our own even though we want to donate for a better way to look after...More
I visited the temple when cycling from Saigon to Angkor Wat and it blows your mind. It combines the stories from several major religions and has a French writer (victor hugo) as one of its principals. Definitely worth further investigation
Since the island isn't that old, temple is relatively new and has no major historic importance. Looked nice, named after a folk hero and the folk hero story is told there in English too, so that was nice. Was worth the quick stop!