Tay Ninh is a province located in the southeastern part of Vietnam. It is adjacent to Cambodia to the West and Northwest, Binh Duong and Binh Phuoc to the East, Ho Chi Minh City and Long An in the South


There are 26 ethnic groups living in Tay Ninh, each of which has its own customs, traditions that contribute to the overall dynamic culture of the province. Tay Ninh is also famous for its being territory of Caodaism, a syncretistic and monotheistic religion. In addition, the Chan and Khmer cultures, which are considered two of the well-developed early civilizations appeared in the southern Vietnam, have left many valuable traditions and historical sites in Tay Ninh


It is famous sites include Ba Den Mountain and Kim Quang Cave Museum that make Tay Ninh become a famous site in the area. The province is the habitat of several valuable species of animals and insects