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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  • War Remnants Museum

    War Remnants Museum

    Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam

    The War Remnants Museum acts as a reminder of the horrors that wars bring, with exhibits that are mainly derived from the Vietnam War. It…

    War Remnants Museum

    War Remnants Museum

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    The War Remnants Museum acts as a reminder of the horrors that wars bring, with exhibits that are mainly derived from the Vietnam War. It is one of the most popular museums in Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam, with its vast array of photographs, weapons of war and wartime artefacts. It is also known for its highly detailed and realistic displays, including replicas of prisoners in holding cells.

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  • Bayon Temple

    Bayon Temple

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Proudly facing the world from within the city of Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple–or Prasat Bayon–is second to only the Angkor Wat in terms of…

    Bayon Temple

    Bayon Temple

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    Proudly facing the world from within the city of Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple–or Prasat Bayon–is second to only the Angkor Wat in terms of its popularity. The complex, which was built between the 12th and 13th centuries, is home to over 2000 large carvings of faces that are spread across its 54 towers. The temple is also known for its lack of a surrounding wall, which is a peculiar trait for a Cambodian temple.

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  • Gadong

    Gadong

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    Gadong is the bustling Bruneian town in which numerous shopping complexes – such as Seri Kenangan Complex and Jaya Hypermart – are located. It is also the host of a night market that allows local produce, goods and food to be purchased affordably. All you need to get here is a drive of about 10 minutes from the centre of Bandar Seri Begawan.

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  • Peranakan Mansion

    Peranakan Mansion

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    Also referred to as Babas and Nyonyas, the Peranakan people were a unique Chinese community that integrated the practices of Malay people into their lifestyle. This was especially seen in their manner of dressing and cuisine. A visit to the Peranakan Mansion will give you all you need to understand and experience the ways of this community, which was once a major part of Penang.

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  • Asinan

    Asinan

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    Asinan is a salad of sorts that is renowned for its freshness, along with its notes of sweetness and sourness. The Betawi version of this dish—which is especially famous in Jakarta—is made primarily from vegetables like cucumbers and bean sprouts, with additional ingredients like tofu and peanuts lending it a variety of flavours and textures. Prawn crackers are normally added for an extra crunch.

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  • Fresh Lumpia

    Fresh Lumpia

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    Also referred to as ‘lumpiang sariwa’ by locals, fresh lumpia is a Filipino delicacy that belongs to the ‘spring roll’ family. Pieces of meat, vegetables, herbs and spices are wrapped in lumpia wrappers to create this dish. It is usually enjoyed with its own sweet sauce, alongside servings of crushed peanuts for a nutty punch.

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  • Yangon Zoological Garden

    Yangon Zoological Garden

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    With over 60 acres of land under its coverage, it comes as no surprise that the Yangon Zoological Garden–or Yangon Zoo–is home to over 1,000 animals. These include rare species like Bengal tigers and clouded leopards. Its vastness also allows it to operate an amusement park and a museum of natural history in its vicinity.

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  • Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple

    Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple

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    Aside from being a pivotal worship place, the Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is also a true spectacle to behold. Its interior is intricately dressed with glass pieces, creating a beautiful mosaic that reflects both lights and colours to give the temple a literal glow. It is also home to detailed sculptures of deities from different religions, including Buddha. (Image Credit: JohorTravel Official Website)

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  • Wat Si Saket

    Wat Si Saket

    To See

    The Buddhist monastery that is Wat Si Saket dates back to the 19th century, when it was built by King Anouvong near his palace. This ancient landmark contains a museum that houses more than 10,000 different images of Buddha. The temple is also the home of ancient Buddhist manuscripts, stored safely in its library, signifying its status as one of the main worship places in Vientiane.

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  • A Famosa

    A Famosa

    To See

    Though the settlement and fort that was once A Famosa now stands in ruins, it is still a vital part of Melaka’s landscape. It is a historical part of the state, after all, having been built in 1511 when the Portuguese first arrived in Melaka. The old cannons and tombs that can be found around its vicinity are tell-tale signs of this, along with the neighbouring St. Paul’s Church which is almost as old as A Famosa itself.

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