5 churches in Ho Chi Minh city for you to check-in on Christmas

On Noel night, churches in HCM city will be decorated splendidly, attracting visitors to visit, take photo and wish good luck for the new year. 

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On the last days of the year, cold air rushed back, signaling a Christmas season approaches. On the eve of Noel, many attractions, entertainment places in HCM City have been fitted with bright light and decorations such as snow branches, bell towers ... creating an eye-catching scene.

The churches are check-in places not to be missed if you want to merge yourself into a warm, peaceful atmosphere of Noel season. Due to the impact of Covid-19, visitors need to comply with preventive measures such as washing hands, keeping distance... in crowded places. 

Notre Dame Cathedral

Located right in the center of district 1, Notre Dame Cathedral, a famous architectural symbol is an ideal point for you to celebrate Christmas. The church is also convenient for you to check-in at surrounding places such as Diamond Plaza, the city post office, Con Rua lake...

The work is built in the Roman architecture style mixed with a Gothic stamp, helping you get extremely quality virtual living photos. Particularly, on the Noel night, the church impresses visitors with stone cave and pine tree models by led lights higher than 3 meters in front of the main door. 

Due to being in the repairment process, so visitors can only visit and take photo from outside before the holiday. Masses to celebrate Christmas will begin at 20:30 on December 23 and 17:30 on December 25. 



Tan Dinh Church

Outstanding with a refresh pink color, Tan Dinh church, District 3 is a virtual living place attracting young to check-in on both normal days and holidays. Recently, the work is honored in the top of 10 the most beautiful pink color destinations in the world by CNN Traveler's selection. Coming here, you will be impressed by the Gothic architectural style with the specific details of the Rome and Baroque schools. 

On Noel night, the Tan Dinh church is decorated with many colored lights, creating a sparkling light party. Stone cave mimics with the statues of Baby Jesus, Mary, 3 Kings, angel and donkeys are the check-in corners not to be missed here. 



Saint Jeanne d'Arc church

Located on a bustling 6 forks, district 5, the church of St Jeanne d'Arc is an interesting highlight amid many works of bold Chinese structural mark at the Great market zone. Having the Gothic architecture, the religious work is outstanding with the main bell tower on the front, 2 auxiliary lower towers along a long ritual servicing house row behind. 

The place located amid a fresh green park, so you can come here to sightsee in the late afternoon, convenient for check-in, taking photo as the church turns lights up on Noel night.


Cha Tam Church

Cha Tam Church (the church of St. Francisco Xavier) is a ritual practice place of many Chinese Vietnamese in District 5. The main architecture is of European style but Chinese cultural elements remain to keep intact such as the church gate built with three-arched-entrances style, the name carved in Chinese, the roof covered with yin and yang tile, the two sides of the Cross stuck with carps, or the roof-top appended with lotuses...

From the outside, the Cha Tam church shines an eye-catching yellow color, suitable for taking photos of virtual living. This promises to be a Noel season destination attracting visitors to the Cho Lon zone. 


Tan Phuoc Church

Located in Nguyen Thi Nho Street, Tan Binh District, the Tan Phuoc church stands out in every Christmases with 3 house storeys high pine-trees, decorated gorgeously. Nights fall down, shimmering lights spread out from pine-trees combined with a meticulous stone cave row inside the church making this place impressive.

On the Christmas occasion, the church is so crowded with prayers, so if you want to take photo, visit, you should call after 20:00.






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