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interesting insight into muslim Cham culture in VN

i was lucky to have been taken by a local guide a long day with the ferry (runs every 5 minutes... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
afrank31
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Hanoi, Vietnam
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Nothing Special

I do not know why we were taken to this mosque as it was nothing special. It is new and looks like... read more

Reviewed 9 January 2018
Xanerin
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Alice Springs, Australia
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Jul 15, 2018
“interesting insight into muslim Cham culture in VN”
Jan 9, 2018
“Nothing Special”
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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

i was lucky to have been taken by a local guide a long day with the ferry (runs every 5 minutes, 2000D) across the Bassac river to his home village. The Mubarak mosque, rather new, is just across the river. an interessting walk in potentially...More

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Reviewed 9 January 2018

I do not know why we were taken to this mosque as it was nothing special. It is new and looks like many mosques I have already seen. The village it us in however is really beautiful and enjoyable to walk around.

Thank Xanerin
Reviewed 15 December 2016 via mobile

We visited this mosque during a boat tour to the cham village. Not really spectacular. You should bot go there

Thank mige1988
Reviewed 10 December 2016

The mosque is a new build in a community of Cham people. We looked into the mosque as we were not supposed to enter, but I didn't note anything particularly interesting. I wouldn't make a trip to see it..

Thank Kristi H
Reviewed 1 December 2016

Chau Doc is one of my favorite places in Vietnam, a melting pot of Vietnamese, Khmer and Cham. Walking around the Cham village is very pleasant with extremely friendly people.

1  Thank hannostamm
Reviewed 2 August 2016

We were there, without entering the Mosque, which has no special interest (modern and not charming at all). But the Cham village is really worth visiting. Do not hesitate to go to the streets and escape the tourist area.

Thank Nic0las777
Reviewed 21 December 2015 via mobile

Well, it's a mosque. If you've seen mosques in your life... this will disappoint. However, the people on this river island are überfriendly. Have a piece of pineapple or a sandwich while you're here. You will never have said so many times 'hello' in your...More

1  Thank Roel P
Reviewed 30 September 2015

I visited the mosque with my girlfriend (could not go in because we are not Muslim) but still enjoyed a very interesting place. We met a Tai Siam (Muslim Thai) which explained us the purpose of this mosque, its local activity, ... A great experience!

1  Thank QuentinML
Reviewed 21 August 2015

We visited Mubarak Mosque as part of a day trip to the floating market of Mekong and to the Cham Village. The Chams are remnants of the Champa polities. Most of Vietnamese Chams are Hindu, but there is also a small number of them, who...More

Thank semnik1969
Reviewed 7 April 2015

If you're going on a Mekong delta cruise from Ho Chi Minh City towards Phnom Penh you'll probably stop by here. If not, ask your tour company to do so, because this is very much worth seeing. First you have the floating village where they...More

5  Thank Nick O
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