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Núi Chứa Chan

Núi Chứa Chan, Xuân Lộc, Đồng Nai, Vietnam

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About Núi Chứa Chan

Chua Chan Mountain, also known as Gia Ray Mountain or Gia Lao Mountain in Xuan Loc District, Dong Nai Province, Chua Chan Mountain has been ranked as a national-level scenic monument by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. It is the second-highest mountain in the south where we can have a good trekking and a good view from the top.


Attractions near Núi Chứa Chan

Thác Mai waterfall13.31km from Núi Chứa Chan

Mai waterfall is a waterfall on La Nga river at the border of Dinh Quan district, Dong Nai province and Duc Linh district of Binh Thuan province , Vietnam . The waterfall is about 130 km from Ho Chi Minh City . From Dau Giay T-junction, follow Highway 20 through La Nga Bridge for nearly 10 km. In the waterfall area, Bau Nuoc Bo - Thac Mai Ecotourism Area has been built

Da Ba Chong Dinh Quan28.35km from Núi Chứa Chan

Da Ba Chong is a landmark monument in the town of Dinh Quan District, Dinh Quan, the province of Dong Nai.  The most prominent in the population is three huge stones overlapping with a height of 36m, located precariously right next to Highway 20, the majestic spectacle of this scenic attraction attracts so many visitors passing by. With hidden beauty and historical value, the Da Ba Chong population was ranked national landscape monument by the Ministry of Culture.

Long Tan Cross44.42km from Núi Chứa Chan

The Long Tan Cross is a memorial that was erected by the 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment on 18 August 1969 to mark the site of the Battle of Long Tan, which was fought three years earlier during the Vietnam War. While the cross was removed following the Communist victory in 1975 and used to commemorate a priest, it was recovered by the Đồng Nai Province Museum in 1984 and placed on display.

Chùa Linh Sơn Trường Thọ53.2km from Núi Chứa Chan

Mount Tà Cú Pagoda  is a temple on Tà Cú mountain, Hàm Thuận Nam District, Bình Thuận Province, Vietnam.  The statue of Reclining Buddha of Tà Cú is the longest reclining Buddha statue in Vietnam, and depicts the Buddha entering paranirvana. It is forty-nine metres long and eleven metres tall. The statue was begun in 1963, being finally completed in 1966, and has become a favourite hotspot for tourists. It is located in Linh Sơn Trường Thọ pagoda,

Cat Tien National Park54.33km from Núi Chứa Chan

Cát Tiên National Park is a national park located in the south of Vietnam, approximately 150 km north of Ho Chi Minh City. It has an area of about 720 km2 and protects one of the largest areas of lowland tropical forests left in Vietnam. Parts of the park area suffered historically during the Vietnam War when it was extensively sprayed with defoliant herbicides. However, substantial further damage was done by logging up until the 1990s. To this day these areas have extensive bamboo and grassland

Thay Thim Temple56.43km from Núi Chứa Chan

Thay Thim Palace is located in Tan Tien commune, La Gi town, Binh Thuan province; it is a national historical and cultural relic of Vietnam.  It has an architectural form like a village communal house with many constructions. The architectural works with carved sculptures and interior decoration of Thay Thim Palace clearly reflect the royal architectural style.

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Located east and northeast of Ho Chi Minh City, Đồng Nai is one of Vietnam's main manufacturing centers and one of the most developed provinces.