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Duc Me Bai Dau

Tran Phu Street | Tuong Ky Mountain, Vung Tau, Vietnam
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nice place to stop

After our lunch at Cay Bang restaurant. We moved here to take some pictures. very quite place with... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2017
Followthesun1946
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Saigon
Weekday with few travelers - Best place for great photo

First, I have no religion. Second, this place is a sanctuary for those who seek quietness far away... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
Nam P
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Tran Phu Street | Tuong Ky Mountain, Vung Tau, Vietnam
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Reviewed 6 June 2017

After our lunch at Cay Bang restaurant. We moved here to take some pictures. very quite place with beautiful statue. recommend for a short stop

Thank Followthesun1946
Reviewed 18 April 2017

First, I have no religion. Second, this place is a sanctuary for those who seek quietness far away from touristy places. Easy to get there, follow along Tran Phu str, come to a quiet neighborhood and you will see the signboard. Enough said! Highly recommended...More

Thank Nam P
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Great church, chapel, statues, seminary, nunnery etc all up the side of the mountain with fantastic views of the South China Sea. Opportunity to climb to statues for even better scenery if you are so inclined, great photo opportunities.

Thank cookiejohn00
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Been here for a private mass for our Vietnam Pilgrimage 2017. Huge interior and you can practically feel the ocean breeze in the church. The atmosphere here is so peaceful and suitable to conduct silent prayer.

1  Thank Winnie H
Reviewed 2 March 2017

I really enjoyed visiting this site. The colossal statue of Mary is rewarding enough in its' own right, but what I enjoyed most was the climb up the steps, which had numerous smaller statues along the way, and leading to a splendid view from Mary's...More

Thank Tony_of_Adelaide
Reviewed 22 February 2017

Good to go in the morning or on a not very hot day. Very nice view from the top. Need to walk up and not suitable for small kids

Thank Thuan L
Reviewed 3 February 2017

I spent 3 full days in Vung Tau, travelling around on a rented push bike.....a great way to see this coastal city. One place I visited was the Statue of Mary. The climb to the statue is fairly easy. The climb passed the statue to...More

Thank fort-ham
Reviewed 12 January 2017

We visited this place after go along many beaches in Vung Tau: the Front beach, the Back beach, Pinapple beach... We are Buddhist but its quite peaceful place to relax for a while, what a pity it's not sunny so our pix taken here could...More

Thank BeeDinh
Reviewed 4 December 2016

I visited here just before sunset. A beautiful and serene place with not too many visitors. A calm place for reflection amongst Maria and child and other biblical images. Very scenic views of the ocean are an added bonus.

Thank KEITH H
Reviewed 23 November 2016

Hike up to the left side to see smaller statues of Jesus's life on the way up. I went up the center and down the looker's left and realized I was hiking it backwards only after the fact. Very cool statues, I'm not very religious...More

Thank leewilliams907
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