Chau Phu Temple

In 1926 this temple was built to worship the Nguyen dynasty official Thoai Ngoc Hau, who is buried at Sam Mountain. The structure is decorated with both Vietnamese and Chinese motifs. Inside are funeral tablets bearing the names...

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Chau Giang Mosque

Cham Muslims. To get there, take the car ferry from Chau Giang ferry landing in Chau Doc across the Hau Giang River. From the ferry landing, walk away from the river for 30m, turn left and walk 50m.        ...

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Lobby Bar @ Victoria

The inviting Lobby Bar in the Victoria Chau Doc Hotel has tropical French-colonial allure, a large drink menu and a pool table. Just remember that Chau Doc is a fairly sleepy town and tends to shut down early. Lobby Bar Address:...

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Le Jarai bar

Moored on the river behind the Victoria Hotel, this boat makes a pleasant setting for a cocktail if it is not chugging up the river. Or try the lobby bar in the hotel, which has a colonial ambiance and a pool table.  ...

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An Tuong 2 disco

This is the local disco in town, or rather more accurately 2km from town on the road to Sam Mountain. It is usually the preserve of local boys and some working girls unless there is a big event kicking off. This is the local...

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Gio Dong Bar

An attractive waterside spot 2km out of town on the way to Sam Mountain, Gio Drong is an idyllic spot for a drink and is popular with couples. Address: QL 91 Quoc Lo Sam Mountain tel, info: 076 563 310      ...

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