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  • Hoi An - Vietnam



The Cao Dai great temple located in Tay Ninh town. Cao Dai or Caodaism has become one of Vietnam’s most intriguing indigenous religions. This temple is the most different from others in all Asia. Built between 1933 and 1955, the temple is a rococo extravaganza combining the conflicting architectural idiosyncrasies of a French church, a Chinese pagoda and Hong Kong’s Tiger Balm Gardens. The area’s dominant geographic feature is Nui Ba Den (Black Lady Mountain), which towers above the surrounding plains. Tay Ninh province’s eastern border is formed by the Saigon River. The Vam Co River flows from Cambodia through the western part of the province.