After the pick up from your hotels heading to Tay Ninh Province, an area near the Vietnamese - Cambodian border, you will visit Black Lady Mountain, approximately 11 kilometers to the Northeast of Tay Ninh. Take an exhilarating cable car ride to the mountain for a panoramic view of this beautiful region. Black Lady Mountain consists of three major mountains covering an area of 24 kilometers and reaching an altitude of 986 meters. Here the beautiful temples and caves that are used to house Buddhist monks and nuns remain largely undisturbed.
Proceed to Cao Dai Holy Temple. This temple includes complex houses, administrative offices, and residences for officials and adepts and also a hospital of traditional Vietnamese herbal medicine that attracts people from all over the south for treatments. The temple is home to Cao Dai sects who practice a unique hybrid of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Christianity. Up near the altar are barely discernible portraits of six figures important to Cao Daism: Sakyamuni (Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism), Ly Thai Bach (Li Taibai, a fairy from Chinese mythology), Khuong Tu Nha (Jiang Taigong, a Chinese saint), Laotse (the founder of Taoism), Quan Cong (Guangdong, Chinese God of War) and Quan Am (Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy). Their patron saints include Sun Yat-Sen, Victor Hugo, and Nguyen Binh Khiem. In between the tour enjoy your local lunch in one of the local restaurants in the area.