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Christ of Vung Tau

On top of Tao Phung Mount, Vietnam
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Statue of jesus on a hill over looking the sea 3 metres bigger than the one in reo its an hour and a half from siagon
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  • Average12%
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On top of Tao Phung Mount, Vietnam
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Great tourist attraction and views of Vung Tau... lots of steps however we went up the village pathway and back down the steps... must cover your knees and wear a shirt covering your shoulders or you can't go in. A hard walk for frail or...More

Thank grevilleabrae5761
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Or else you won't be able to enter the statue itself and climb up the statue itself to enjoy panoramic views of the town. I think it'll suck if you climbed up already in long pants, but it's doable. Also bring water, because it's a...More

Thank Jedidiah W
Reviewed 3 April 2017

It was awesome and anyone can climb the 850 steps to the top. Bring good camera because many photo taking opportunities

Thank Kumar A
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

This was a short walk from the hotel we were staying at on back beach so we decided to climb to the top to see Christ. Luckily, I had read some of the reviews before going because before going inside Christ you are made to...More

Thank hangontravelingwoman
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Christ of Vung Tau is a huge statue of Jesus Christ with outstretched arms. The locals said that it is taller that Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro. However to me it appeared somewhat smaller. It was a very long climb to reach the...More

Thank PerryTan
Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

Visited this site in Sept 2014. Climbed the steps up & down (486) at age 65 and 105kgs. So if I can do it, so can you. It was an absolutely brilliant view from every rest stop, so make sure you take your camera. The...More

1  Thank Scozzi
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

Worth the climb up all 809 steps. Beware last entry to the statue (another 100 steps) is @ 15.45. I arrived at the entry @ 15.00 and was last up the statue. That said, it is a majestic experience, very calm, cool and harmonious once...More

Thank Mr B
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Such a surprise to find this huge statue of Jesus Christ in Vietnam. But well worth the almost 9oo step climb to the top. Good views of the city if it is not foggy too.

Thank 752aussietraveller
Reviewed 29 December 2016

Bloody hard climb up 850 stairs as only access, but great views and interesting Christian theme statues along the way, and 32 metre statue at top is impressive.

Thank GandV5052
Reviewed 30 November 2016 via mobile

Me and my frinds visited this statue of Christ during our stay in Vung Tau! Very cool statue and you are also allowed up inside to go on top were you get a full paronama view of the city. The statue is about 800 steps...More

1  Thank Silvia S
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