Haroon Mosque


This is one of Bangkok's oldest mosques, located in the quaint riverside neighbourhood of Haroon Village, a Muslim enclave full of sleeping cats, playing kids and gingerbread wooden houses that was established by Indonesian immigrants in the early 19th century.

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