Tan Dinh Church, One Of The Most Enthralling Landmarks To Visit In Vietnam And The World
Tan Dinh Church in Saigon goes global as it is rated in the list of “The Most Beautiful Pink Places To Visit Around The World” by a US luxury and lifestyle travel magazine.
According to award-winning American luxury and lifestyle magazine Conde Nast Traveler, Tan Dinh Church has made it to its exclusive list of 10 global destinations.
Located at Hai Ba Trung street, District 3 in Ho Chi Minh City, Tan Dinh Church is a Romanian-structural church attended by Vietnamese Catholic believers for weekly mass.
The church is known to be one of the oldest and biggest church in Ho Chi Minh City, and in its unique color of painted pink.
Notably in recent years, apart from domestic tourists, more and more international travelers are already adding this church as a must-visit place for Instagram-worthy shots.
Particularly, when Conde Nast Traveler posted the 2020 list with Tan Dinh Church, Vietnamese people are glad that destinations within Vietnam like Tan Dinh Church are getting their due recognition for their distinguishable and uniquely structures.
To be credited globally as one of “The Most Beautiful Pink Places To Visit Around The World” along other destinations in the world namely The Royal Hawaiian, Honolulu, Pink Beach, and the Komodo Island is such a exquisite honor to achieve.
If you are going to visit Ho Chi Minh City in the southern Vietnam anytime soon (at least after COVID-19), be sure to add Tan Dinh Church to your bucket list!
More majestic pictures of Tan Dinh Church below: