Galang Vietnamese Refugee Camp

Galang Vietnamese Refugee Camp

Galang Vietnamese Refugee Camp
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Ray Ray Ray
Da Nang, Vietnam887 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2023
Checkpoint and admission booth to the refugee camp. Reasonable pricing.

If you have interest in the happenings during and post war in Vietnam, this place is worthy of a visit.
Skrevet 28. mars 2023
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Simon H
Singapore, Singapore290 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2019 • Familie
We chose to visit the old Vietnamese refugee camp at Pulau Galang with our children to remind them what so many people who have done so much to build our homeland, Australia, went through on their journey to their new home. We live in difficult times, and this camp is a warning of what can happen when we close our doors, and a tribute also to what Indonesia has done to support the needy.

The camp consists of barracks, administrative buildings, a Catholic Church, temples and a cemetary (probably the most haunting part of the visit, seeing those who never reached their final destination) and a small but poignant museum.

The buildings are in poor condition, but sometimes doing too much to preserve a site can rob it of its power. I think this would be the case here.

If you have children, and you would like them to develop a social conscience, this is a must visit. It is quite a long drive, but definitely worth it. We spent a couple of hours here, and could easily have spent longer.
Skrevet 27. desember 2019
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Loka
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3,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2019
This former refugees camp is a good place to educate people to appreciate the value of every human life and understands the difficult life of being a refugee.
At the time of my visit in Sept 2019, I observed there was some structural repairs to the museum. The exhibits especially the faded photographs really need a new set of replacements and hopefully with captions in English, Indonesian and possibility Vietnamese for the cultural benefit of the returning former residents or their future generations.
Skrevet 18. oktober 2019
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Charles L
Singapore, Singapore11 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2019 • Venner
Very educational and emotional trip which I made with my Vietnamese friend. I didn't know of this place until recently. We did a 2 day trip. We had a pretty good local driver taking us there by the name of Pak Hazrul. The car ride there is about an hour from the Batam ferry terminal where we took the fast ferry from Singapore. The traffic going there was light, possibly longer if during heavy traffic period. I was amazed at the overall size of the camp although not many of the original buildings remain intact. The best kept structures were the chinese temple, the catholic church, the cemetary and the area around the museum building. The camp remains mainly for camp returnees, although I do see locals on family outings and a few students on what looks like study trips. Look for a local security guard called "Abu". He still speaks Vietnamese as he grew up with the Vietnamese community then. And also look for the camp Museum Director, a Mr Adnan, who was extremely helpful and willing to tell us the history of the camp and yes he speaks Vietnamese as well. It's really the museum with the old photographs and paintings of the place where you get the most out of the trip. As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, and you get mostly old photos there.
Skrevet 2. august 2019
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Klaus R Huang
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5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2018 • Familie
It was my first time visiting the camp. The visit was recommended by my mother who had been to the camp before. The camp area was expansive. We visited Pagoda Bukit Teratai Pulau Galang first before heading to the camp area. We saw ruins of buildings on our way to the museum. Some ruins gave me a real fright as the condition was neglected and bad. The museum itself exhibits some things used by Vietnamese refugees, as well as precious, historical documentation. Before leaving the camp, I visited an old Catholic church located next to a Buddhist temple. There was nobody inside the church but everything was in good condition.

There are monkeys around the camp area and you can feed them some biscuits or bananas. Remember to mind your belongings.
Skrevet 26. desember 2018
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Marktravell1992
Mornington-halvøya, Australia9 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2018 • Forretning
this is our most different visit in batam. I wonder this place will be simillar like temple or exhibition, because our tour man explain that, there will be the first story of Riau began
well, we arrive at 3pm in the afternoon
the atmosphere here are different. every corner are in well condition
just like a giant park with any old building spread in the area.
but this is the special, every building have different story, diorama and shows us how difficult are vietnamese to survive and get to riau
such a mistical place, here also stand a giant wodden ship, which is the main transportation by the vietnamese that use to escape from the island. but sadly, the sail failed. and they get stuck in here, and here is their last place
this place just give me such a sad story, really respect and emphatic to heard how the try to survive.
recomended place to visit, if you boring with the city live of batam. and close from here, you also can enjoy the balerang bridge, seafood (gonggobg shell must try) and dragon fruit big farm
Skrevet 15. november 2018
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Esther R
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mar. 2018 • Venner
Love all the things inside there. Such have a great memory about vietnamese people's. Love all they culture.
Skrevet 27. mars 2018
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Esther R
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5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2017 • Venner
One of the best place i have ever seen. Full of history abput vietnamese and keep look good condition.
Skrevet 20. desember 2017
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selemeaster
Jakarta, Indonesia1 449 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2017 • Par
Kami berkunjung ke camp pengungsi Vietnam di Pulau Galang ini pada bulan May 2017. Perjalanan dari kota Batam menggunakan sepeda motor ditempuh kurang dari 2 jam.

Camp ini sangat luas, jadi tidak terlalu banyak tempat yang dapat kami kunjungi. Tidak cukup 1 jam untuk berkeliling di camp ini. Di sini banyak peninggalan peninggalan bangunan seperti tempat tinggal, gereja, vihara, pagoda, musholla, pemakaman, rumah sakit, monumen, juga museum, dll. Tempat wisata ini tidak ramai. Banyak cerita sedih dan memilukan dari para pengungsi ini. Sayangnya sebagian besar bangunan bangunan tersebut tidak terawat dan tidak cukup penunjuk arah bagi wisatawan. Meskipun ada beberapa bangunan yang masih cukup terawat seperti Vihara Quan Am Tu, Gereja Katholik dan museum.

Karcis masuk ke tempat ini Rp 5,000/orang dan Rp 5,000/kendaraan sepeda motor. Sebaiknya berkunjung pada pagi hari agar dapat berkeliling dan melihat lebih banyak tempat di sini.
Skrevet 23. september 2017
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RayRay
Taipei, Taiwan422 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2017 • Venner
You can see a lot of monkeys in the camp. They are friendly but a bit afraid of human.
Some places are creepy scary cause it's too old.
The church is beautiful. you need to drive otherwise you will walk for hours it's huge inside the camp.
Skrevet 2. august 2017
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