Tay Ninh

The cradle of Caodaism, the religion of millions of Vietnamese people that also welcomes people of other faiths. Discovering the different rites and traditions in this city in southeastern Vietnam is like stepping into a fairy tale.

The colour of the sacred ground

The local people say that Cao Dai Temple was created from the best of each of the different religions in the world. The faithful wear tunics that have different colours depending on their rank. Witnessing any of the rituals is an experience you must not miss in Tay Ninh. Another attraction in the area is Nui Ba Den or the Black Virgin Mountain, a sacred place that can be visited by cable car to see several Buddhist temples. The Cu Chi Tunnels were built during the Vietnam War. Visit them to get a taste of the intensity of a major episode in Vietnamese and world history.

The official currency is the dong. We recommend you carry cash to pay in stores that do not accept credit cards.
The official language is Vietnamese. People in the tourist areas generally speak some basic English.
The quality of Internet access is good in hotels. Many bars and cafés offer free Wi-Fi.
The temperature is warm throughout the year with few variations. Summers are rainy.

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