GOASEAN Original Series

Here at GOASEAN, we take the mission of showing you the many different wonders of the ASEAN region seriously, and the best way to do this is by allowing you to enjoy our very own original shows. Listed here are shows that have been developed exclusively by and for the GOASEAN Channel, along with brief tastes of what each show offers.

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  • The Garden Shopping Center

    The Garden Shopping Center

    Hanoi, Viet Nam

    Encompassing an area of 27,000 square meters, The Garden Shopping Center gives guests the chance to indulge in six floors of retail and…

    The Garden Shopping Center

    The Garden Shopping Center

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    Encompassing an area of 27,000 square meters, The Garden Shopping Center gives guests the chance to indulge in six floors of retail and dining outlets. It is the host of one of Vietnam’s most advanced gyms, Star Fitness Bitexco, and is also a popular venue for cultural events. Its architecture and interior design scheme are said to be mainly European in styling.

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  • Wat Arun

    Wat Arun

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Founded by King Taksin in the 18th century, Wat Arun–otherwise known as the ‘Temple of Dawn’–stands as one of the most iconic riverside…

    Wat Arun

    Wat Arun

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    Founded by King Taksin in the 18th century, Wat Arun–otherwise known as the ‘Temple of Dawn’–stands as one of the most iconic riverside structures in Bangkok. To many, this seems only right, as the temple’s magnificent main Khmer-style tower with a height of 79 meters is decorated with striking pieces of colourful Chinese porcelain and coloured glass.

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  • Kaipen

    Kaipen

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    Kaipen consists of sheets of freshwater seaweed that are coated with sesame seeds and left to dry under the sun until they are extremely crisp. It is commonly eaten as a snack by Laotians, and is prepared for consumption with a brief session of frying. It is best enjoyed with a serving of jaew bong, a Laotian chilli paste that should not be underestimated in terms of spiciness and flavour.

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  • KSL City Mall

    KSL City Mall

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    KSL City Mall is a shopping destination that caters to all your lifestyle needs—literally. The establishment brings together residential spaces, hotel rooms and retail outlets with a large variety of offerings. These include dining venues and a cinema with multiple halls. The mall also scores highly in the area of convenience, thanks to shuttle buses that link it to Johor Bahru Sentral, one of the city’s main transportation hubs. (Image Credit: Go Johor Official Website)

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  • Indonesia Museum

    Indonesia Museum

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    The Indonesia Museum is an establishment that gives visitors the opportunity to acquaint themselves with Indonesia’s arts and cultures. This is done through three floors of exhibits that zoom in on the different ethnic groups that are found in the Indonesian archipelago. The museum’s building is also a sight to behold, with its commanding and intricate Balinese architecture.

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  • Hmong Market

    Hmong Market

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    Luang Prabang’s Hmong Market is often considered to be the city’s prime spot for ethnic handicrafts, and with good reason. It is lined with a seemingly endless array of embroidered products, many of which carry ethnic influences and tribal elements of design. It opens from morning till early in the evening, so do not worry about having to rush through it in a short span of time.

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  • Gardens by the Bay

    Gardens by the Bay

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    The pinnacle of Singapore’s efforts to balance nature’s beauty and man-made marvels, Gardens by the Bay epitomizes the city-state's pursuit for a sustainable future. Its area of 101 hectares is divided into three gardens, and is home to numerous iconic structures, such as the Supertrees–vertical gardens that stand with heights between 25 and 50 metres.

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  • Bakong

    Bakong

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    Bakong is the first temple mountain of sandstone constructed by rulers of the Khmer empire at Angkor near modern Siem Reap in Cambodia.

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  • Uppatasanti Pagoda

    Uppatasanti Pagoda

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    An almost identical twin of the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, this monument reaches for the skies of Nay Pyi Taw with a height of 325 feet. Its glimmering grandness is further accentuated by its status as the host of a legendary relic: a tooth of the Buddha, received from China. Its magnificent compound includes a garden with 108 holy Bo trees.

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  • Ancol Dreamland (Taman Impian Jaya Ancol)

    Ancol Dreamland (Taman Impian Jaya Ancol)

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    As Jakarta’s main biggest theme park and recreational attraction, Ancol Dreamland is a major part of the city’s northern landscape. Some of its primary features include the water-themed Ocean Dream Samudra and Atlantis Water Adventure, as well as Fantasy World—or Dufan—which is the venue’s main theme park.

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