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5 Unforgettable Things to Do in Tay Ninh  


Kaylin
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Tay Ninh is a province in southern Vietnam that is rich in history and culture. There are many things to do in this province, including exploring the ancient temples and pagodas, going on scenic hikes and cruising along the Mekong River. There are also plenty of delicious food options to enjoy in Tay Ninh, so be sure to try some of the local specialties during your visit. photo: lam loi Here are 5 unforgettable things…

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vietzone
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I really enjoyed reading this post. I've been to Tay Ninh many times, and it's a beautiful place. I've always wanted to go back and take a tour of the Cu Chi tunnels, but it's always been hard to find a tour that's available in English. It will be interesting to see what new tours are available now that the tunnels have been opened up to the public.

Thanks for sharing!

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The Cao Dai temple sounds very interesting! Knowing they have a blend of Buddhism, Christianity, and Taoism makes me curious about this. I was raised a Christian but have always been open to concepts and teaching of Buddhism and Taoism. Neat! 

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@caphekitty I was thinking the same thing. I rarely see regions like this coming together for one temple. I would imagine everyone in this area is loving and respectful of one another. I can't see this happening in many other places. 

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I've been to Tay Ninh and it was one of the most memorable trips I've ever taken. The food is great, but there's also so much more to do! I highly recommend visiting during the day and taking a bike ride through the rice fields. You can also watch traditional dance performances in the evening.

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@britishburton What time of the year did you go? I feel like the timing is everything for a location like this. Having good weather can make or break it. 

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I have never been to Tay Ninh and really hadn't heard much about it.

It looks like a really beautiful place though! I wish I was able to travel more. I have to really pick and choose when I do get to travel as I seldom do, maybe once every 3 to 5 years :(

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