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Christ the King

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Christ the King

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soda4077 wrote a review Sep 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam73 contributions22 helpful votes
It's over 800 steps that go through well maintained and green paths. This place is a must visit of you care for beautiful views and have time in hand. But you must Carry water to drink as it hot n humid as you climb up . A post lunch climb is a great idea but. Hydration is a must! Also keep a note in the time because this place shuts at 5 pm.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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18Jack_S wrote a review Aug 2020
Vung Tau, Vietnam11 contributions3 helpful votes
Walk to the crucifix on the top of the mountain if you're looking for a nice view and some exercise.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Orren Oz Kilgour wrote a review Jul 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam824 contributions102 helpful votes
We walked up with our daughters (5&8). They had no trouble making it to the top. I would suggest going earlier in the morning to avoid the heat. There's many vendors to buy water etc. Lovely views from the top of the statue but, BE WARNED! It's a very tight squeeze inside the statue. My 100kg framed struggled to pass people on the stairs! All good fun though. You must have knees and shoulders covered to enter the statue.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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RGSCEW wrote a review May 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam440 contributions75 helpful votes
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Every time I come down to Vung Tau, I climb the 811 stairs. If you want to visit inside the statue, don't wear a singlet (men or women). Obviously, the various views are wonderful and make up for the hard work climbing!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Meuok wrote a review Mar 2020
Bang Sare, Thailand116 contributions67 helpful votes
My daughter wasn't over-impressed when I told her we were going to have a look at this monument; even less so, when she saw the 1000 or so steps yo have to go up to get there. However, once in the flow and with an ice cream promise, this family set out on the ascent in a gloriously hot day. There's a sort of entrance foyer, and yes more steps to get to the top of the structure, from which you have a wondrous view of the city and surrounding environs. There's a cannon positioned in a pleasant garden, where you can catch your breath and take a few photos, before the descent. Experience rather than enjoyment....
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Date of experience: April 2019
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