Cao Dai Temple
The Cao Dai Temple was finished in 1955 when the Cao Dai Army was formed following the Japanese occupation of Indochina. The main focal point is a Divine Eye symbolising God which has the Ying and Yang icon in its pupil. Ceremonies take place daily with two services accompanied by musicians and a choir singing in English to traditional Vietnamese music.
Feed the Monkeys in Cao Dai Temple
There are monkeys living in trees on the temple grounds. Feeding the monkeys is a favorite activity for the locals and visitors alike. Peanuts, fruits, and whatever edible are allowed to be thrown to the monkeys.
Dau Tieng Reservoir
As the largest reservoir in Vietnam, Dau Tieng Reservoir was constructed in 1981 to provide water in Tay Ninh province as well as neighboring provinces. The lake covers an area of 27,000 hectares, and it contains up to 1.5 billion cubic metres of water. The reservoir is set in a beautiful landscape of surrounding of mountains with many islets.
Lo Go Xa Mat National Park
Covered 18,675 ha and comprised of lowland forests and wetlands, Lo Go Xa Mat National Park was established in 2002 as a nature reserve. The park boasts a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna, some of which are endangered species. The only protected natural reserve in Tay Ninh, the park is nature’s last stand.
Ba Den Mountain (Black Virgin Mountain)
Ba Den Mountain is the highest mountain in southern Vietnam. To the Vietnamese the mountain is the center of a myth about Bà Đen, a local deity of Khmer origin. During the Vietnam War the area around the mountain was very active as the Ho Chi Minh Trail ended a few kilometers west across the Cambodian border. After the war the mountain turned from a battleground to being famous for its beautiful temples and theme park.