The Cathedral of Notre Dame of the Prince of Ho Chi Minh City, which was built in 1877 during the French colonial period, is also nicknamed the "Red Church" because of its red brick construction. It is the most famous landmark attraction in Ho Chi Minh City. The church is well-proportioned (modeled after Notre Dame Bell Tower in Paris), magnificent and magnificent, with two 40-metre-high bell towers soaring into the clouds. All the red bricks for church building came from France and have not faded at all (red bricks are directly exposed). On the garden square in front of the church stands a statue of the Virgin Mary weighing 4 tons, which was presented by the Roman Church in 1945. The Catholic Church is still in use today. On religious festivals and Sundays, many devout believers gather here for mass. There are many interesting graffiti on the exterior wall. Unfortunately, we don't have any correction fluid. We can only watch other people's secrets eagerly. Tickets - "Free Open Time - "8:00-11:00 weekdays, 15:00-16:00 tips - "Except for Mass and noon break, everyone can visit the church freely. It is recommended to stand next door at the central post office or the diamond square at the back door to take a panoramic view of the church.