On the other side of Núi Nhỏ mountain is Vung Tau’s lighthouse. Said to be the oldest lighthouse in Vietnam, it was built by the French in 1862 as a lookout point for incoming trade ships. To get there, hike up the opposite side of where you’d climb to Jesus. Luckily, if you plan on visiting after the statue, you can descend and travel back up by car or motorbike if you’re not up for the walk again. The lighthouse is extremely photogenic and worth heading to for the perfect Instagram shot. It is open 24/7, so if you’re looking for a night adventure, this is it! Local tip: On the slope near the lighthouse is a yogurt spot called Cô Tiên. Make sure you grab a cup, as it’s only VND $7,000 (USD $0.30), and extremely refreshing.