We visited this temple on the way to black mountain. It was spectacular ( as far as temples go). We waited for the midday mass. We also walked around the manicured gardens and park areas. The temple is different to many others as it is...More
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On the road to the Cu Chi tunnels it is worthed to make a stop at the biggest Cao Dai Temple of Vietnam. This unique religion is part of the history of Vietnam.
Nice temple in a nice scenery. The followers off this tempel and also the temple 'policeofficers' give a bit a strange atmosphere to this place. We saw a traditional ceremony that was hold at that time. Never heard of Cao Doi religan before. It looked...More
Village well-known for the iconic picture of Kom Phuc being hit by napalm and running for help. Cao Bai is a combination of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Very colorful tempel, with "the eye" being the representation of God. A religion known in South-Vietnam but unknown...More
The Cao Daia Temple is located a couple of hours away from Ho Chi Minh. We went through an organized tour combing it with the Cu Chi Tunnels. The building itself is ok, a bit kitsch. I had never heard about the Cao Dai religion...More
Caodaism is a new religion formed in the 1926, here in Thay Ninh. It melts doctrines from Western and Eastern religions. This Temple is the main centre of Caodism. It’s worth visiting during prayer sessions : very impressive! It's not too far from Saigon. It's...More