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All reviews great view worth the climb climbing steps resting area beat the crowds vung tau city wearing shorts great exercise take your time bring water huge statue bottle of water outstretched arms early morning lunch time walk up religious statues
We biked up here which was fine , the car park is a donation car park for bikes so have some small loose notes with you .
Views are good but not breath taking .
Worth riding further up the road for nicer views .
This was a great little experience, with excellent views. It’s first around 800 stairs to get to the Christ, and then 133 more to get on top of his arms. The stairs are steep, but simple, so even a small kid can do it (our...More
Worth the 847 step climb right to the top and within the statue. Ladies you need to cover your shoulders and knees while men have to have shoulders covered. You only get told this at the base of the statue after climbing 800+ steps and...More
It was worthy to visit. But nothing was open. No shops and restaurants. It has but everything was closed. Make sure you have a water with you. Cause it's lots of stairs and hot. Beautiful view from the top Vung Tau.
Date of visit : 21 Dec 2018
Mode of transport : cab from Pullman Hotel to foot of the mountain. VND40,000
This was one of the main highlights of our trip to Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) and Vung Tau. It was like a mini...More
I was only in Vung Tau for a short period of time but I must say that this is definitely a must do when in town. This is a very popular tourist destination and it is also free. It was a good experience.
The Christ was definitely worth the climb. Steps amounted to 811, but there were rest stops and kiosks along the way. Steps are in the shade so it's not too bad, took us about an hour to go up and down. Didn't go in the...More
This statue of Christ the King on Vung Tau's small mountain is a must visit spot if you are in Vung Tau. One has to go up the little mountain, of course through well paved steps and most places are through shady tree covers. The...More