Tay Ninh province is approximately 90km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, or about two (2) hours by car. In this full-day tour, you will be able to discover the history and significance of the beautiful Black Mountain (Ba Den Mountain) and the Cao Dai Temple that resides nearby. This entire area and these sites are revered by the Vietnamese people, and have held and important place in their history, religion and hearts for centuries. It’s a wonderful chance to visit these significant, beautiful and meaningful treasures.
Tay Ninh Cao Dai Holy See (Cao Dai Temple)
Vang Canh Nui Ba Den (Ba Den Mountain Tourist Area)
Tay Bo Da Son – The tallest bronze Buddha statue in Southeast Asia
2 Options: Van Son Cable Car Route & Chua Hang Cable Car Route
Go Ken Temple
English speaking guide
Transportation: New air-conditioned car transportation with enthusiastic and experienced driver
Cold towels, mineral water 1 bottle 500ml/day/person
Personal entertainment, and meals outside the program
Cable car tickets, sightseeing tickets
Tips for driver and tour guide (voluntary)
Sun-hat, sun glasses
Insect repellent cream
Rain-coat in case of raining reason
Visitors who cancel the tour right after registering will be charged 30% of the tour fee.
Visitors who cancel the tour 5 days before departure will be charged 50% of the tour fee.
Visitors who cancel the tour 3 days before and on the day of departure will be charged 100% of the tour cost.
Holiday/New Year cancellation 100% of the cost.
Children from 05 years old and above buy 1 ticket like an adult
Children under 05 years old are not charged tickets to sit with their parents, the family will take care of it
Two adults can only accompany one child. From the second child is required to buy 1 ticket
Car and tour guide pick up at the meeting point to depart for the trip from Ho Chi Minh City to Tay Ninh (Cao Dai Holy See & Ba Den Mountain). On the way, you will hear the tour guide introduce about Tay Ninh history and local cultures.
Stop to have breakfast. Then, we start the journey to travel to the South to visit:
Cao Dai Tay Ninh Holy See: The temple not only has a unique architecture but also has a very important spiritual meaning for Cao Dai religion.
Go to the restaurant for lunch and take a breaktime.
Tay Ninh you visit Ba Den Mountain – it is a famous scenic spot and is considered a symbol of Tay Ninh province, the Southeast region. This place is also a spiritual tourist destination with Linh Son Tien Thach Pagoda associated with the legend of the sacred Ba Den, attracting millions of tourists to visit each year, besides this is also an architectural complex. pagoda with many works of great spiritual significance such as Tay Bo Da Son – the tallest bronze Buddha statue in Southeast Asia, and many new impressive and unique constructions that promise to bring tourists to the world. guests a completely new experience when coming to the land of Tay Ninh.
Conquering Ba Den Mountain by the new cable car system operated by SunWorld at Ba Den Mountain, including 2 cable cars:
• The Van Son cable route takes visitors from the foot of the mountain to the top of Ba Den, with a length of 1,847m, the difference between the departure and arrival stations is 886m/route….
• The Chua Hang cable route going from the foot of the mountain to Ba Den Pagoda has a length of 1,210m, the difference between the departure and arrival stations is 259m.
Here, you are free to visit Ba Den, discover the top of Ba Den mountain with many majestic natural scenes.
Then, move to Go Ken Pagoda – One of the oldest pagodas in Tay Ninh, Go Ken Pagoda was built a long time ago with ancient and unique architecture. Therefore, this place is known as the center of Buddhism and is one of the destinations attracting a lot of domestic and foreign tourists.
Finally, farewell from our tour guide, you will get on the bus to depart for Saigon and see you on the next journey.
We visited Ho Chi Minh City. An excellent 1-day tour of the city, with SaigonGlobal Tour, Ms. Ly, who was really knowledgeable, to temples, the Cathedral, old Post Office, Market and War Remnants Museum. We couldn’t have been more impressed, with all our many questions answered during the tour.
Such friendly and knowledgeable people who were able to answer all our questions about the city and the history from the terrible war.
Overall a good tour though we didn’t manage to visit Ben Thanh Market which was closed during the Tet Holidays.