Darun Aman Mosque (Thai: มัสยิดดารุลอามาน; RTGSMatsayit Darun-aman) or Ban Haw Mosque (Thai: มัสยิดบ้านฮ่อ; RTGSMatsayit Ban-ho), is the biggest mosque in Chiang Rai Province. The mosque was one of the mosques in northern Thailand built by Hui people, known as Chin Haw in Thai.

Darunaman Mosque
Chiang Rai Mosque1.jpg
Religion
AffiliationIslam
RiteSunni
StatusActive
Location
LocationChiang Rai
Architecture
TypeMosque
Chinese-style tilework

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The new building was opened on 27 December 2009, replacing the old one. It is a mixture of Chinese and Islamic architecture. The main structure is influenced by Persian architecture with Chinese decorations. The tip of the two minarets has been replaced with the small Chinese pavilion, instead of a typical Islamic dome. Its total cost was around 20 million baht.[1]

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  • [2] Darunaman Mosque (Thai)