There are many secrets hidden in the old streets and alleys of Saigon's embankment area, and they inadvertently walk to the mosque. Blue aisles, blue windows, blue churches, blue prayers. The man chanting the Koran is not beautiful, but his voice is amazing. The Muslim's cap and Vietnamese hat were mismatched, and they pulled me back to Saigon in a trance. This pleasant afternoon, lying in the hammock, unwilling to leave.
The environment here is very, very worthwhile to visit, very, very worthwhile to see, very good place.
It's beautiful and big. It feels like new! It's a place for Islamic activities. Visitors are not allowed to visit during worship except for Muslims.
At night, the mosque has a stronger religious atmosphere than the Amber Hotel opposite Xi'an, where I have the best food.
The embankment is a Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City, where religions coexist with many religions in China, but mainly Buddhism, but also the integration of Christianity and Islam. This embankment mosque is such a unique style of building, in the embankment area also appears very bright.