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Must have been built during the French occupation. It feels strange that the communist government allows the church to remain open. It's size, location and stature give prominence to the past colonial master as there are no other religious buildings that match it.
Disappointed to get there and find that we could not get in as the Cathedral was being renovated. When you get up close you can see why. Still not bad to have a walk around the outside. It is in a fairly central place next...More
It does look like Notre Dame in France but this looks newer and cheerful due to the colour of the bricks.
During my visit, it was under renovation so didn't managed to see the inside.
It in District 1 and a stone's throw away from...More
We spent an afternoon walking around Ho Chi Minh City finding the “must-see” sights but tourists. We were looking forward to seeing the cathedral the most so we were very disappointed when we got there and realised it’s covered in scaffolding. Hardly gave us the...More
Built in the typical French neogothic colonial style. It is built with red bricks. It sounds a bit strange in the hot humid climate of Ho Chi Minh . It is currently under deep refurbishing and the visits are not allowed . It is possible...More
If you have a chance to take a look inside, then remember to enter the sided gate, which is open every day while the main gate opens only during Sunday Mass. Many tourists visiting Notre Dame Cathedral would like to attend... More
If you have a chance to take a look inside, then remember to enter the sided gate, which is open every day while the main gate opens only during Sunday Mass. Many tourists visiting Notre Dame Cathedral would like to attend the mass, but do not know the exact mass schedule of the Notre Dame. From Monday to Saturday, the mass takes places at 5.30 AM and 17.00 PM. Particularly, Sunday Mass is split into several time schedules, including 5.30 AM to 6.30 AM, 7.30 AM to 9.30 AM, 4.00 PM to 5.15 PM, and 5.15 PM to 6.30 PM, which include both in English and Vietnamese. With above information, hopefully you will choose the mass frame that suits you best.
Read more: Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica | Mass times and Opening hours