The Baha’i Faith is one of the youngest world religions. It is also one of the most receptive religions in the world. The first Baha’i temple built in Battambang province, Cambodia, lives up to its international reputation by providing a safe space for Cambodian as well as foreign worshipers of any religion to worship their god freely, be it, Christ, Mohammad or Buddha. The goal of the faith is to foster a unified world of religion for the benefit of humanity. It encourages believers to live logically side by side with both religion and material. The House of Worship in Battambang took two years to build, costing around $1.5 million. Baha’i House of Worship welcomes people of all race, religion and status for a visit and serves as a refuge for people to seek a peace of mind.