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Tuong Dai Chua Kito Vua

2 Ha Long Street, Vung Tau, Vietnam
+84 93 367 47 79
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Full-day Tour of Vung Tau City from Ho Chi Minh City
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“jesus statue” (32 reviews)
“great view” (28 reviews)
“climb steps” (6 reviews)
2 Ha Long Street, Vung Tau, Vietnam
+84 93 367 47 79
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Reviewed 1 week ago

the 800 stairs are hard in the hot and humid weather. we went there suring a mass - very interesting. remember to bring water with you.

Thank Niels T
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a short climb up the hill and a short climb up inside the statue on a narrow staircase. Great view from the top and it's absolutely free. Beware, no mini-skirts or very short shorts. You have to leave your bags, shoes, drinks etc outside...More

Thank OleB61
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are fit and healthy this climb will take about 10 minutes at a good pace, older people and unfit will probably tyake 20-30 minutes. The climb inside the statue itself is very uncomfortable because the stairs are narrow and you have to brush...More

Thank Deanbox04
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Went for a walk up here mid day during the vietnamese lunch time, meant we had to take the 811 steps with no water but that was our fault! Worth a venture to the top but make sure you can get some water on the...More

1  Thank Ellis R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Tao Phung mountain is very famous for Catholics in Viet Nam. The mountain is next to the beach, on Tran Phu street, around 10 mins driving from the beach center. Here we have giant Jesus statue located in the top of the mountain. People say...More

Thank Minhthư T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is quite a remarkable Christian statue in a predominantly Buddhist country. The overwhelming factor is that it is such a major construction project on such a large scale and at such great expense. Of course, there is a large Roman Catholic community in Viet...More

Thank 70Gordon
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting. A nice place. Beautiful territory. It takes a long time to climb the statue, but it's worth it. What else to look at Vung Tau, if not this? Find out the opening hours. Put something on your knees, otherwise you will not be allowed...More

Thank Bernice G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Prepare for this short hiking with sports shoes and energy water. it'll be hot and the steps are many. I saw some lady joined the trip with heals and dress. Obviously not a good choice.

Thank hoang k
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We decided to visit this must see while on holiday in Vung tau. good points were it was fabulous with great photo opportunities but be aware it is 810 steps up although are plenty of places to stop and rest it’s free to go up...More

Thank etty64
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was a little strange place to visit, but on the other hand also interesting. Basically this statue aim was like NY Statue of Liberty. All in all it situates in really nice place that has lovely view to the sea, nearby is also small...More

Thank Tõnis M
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