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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  • Merlion Park

    Merlion Park

    Singapore, Singapore

    Located by One Fullerton, Merlion Park is easily distinguished by its Merlion statue with a height of 8.6 metres. It is considered to be…

    Merlion Park

    Merlion Park

    To See

    Located by One Fullerton, Merlion Park is easily distinguished by its Merlion statue with a height of 8.6 metres. It is considered to be one of the best places to catch stellar views of Singapore’s skyline by night. The park is named after Singapore’s national icon, which has the body of a fish and the head of a lion.

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  • Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum

    Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum

    Melaka, Malaysia

    The Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum allows guests to understand Melaka’s culture through changes in its fashion and styling scene. From…

    Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum

    Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum

    To Do

    The Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum allows guests to understand Melaka’s culture through changes in its fashion and styling scene. From Peranakan jewellery to traditional furniture, each iconic part of the lifestyle of Melaka’s locals is showcased here. It’s not easy to miss this museum too, as it has a bright blue exterior that complements its elaborate and decorated interior. (Image Credit: Melaka on TripAdvisor | TripAdvisor)

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  • Independence Monument

    Independence Monument

    To See

    Fashioned in the style of ancient Angkor, Phnom Penh’s Independence Monument stands as a reminder of Cambodia’s battle for independence. It also commemorates the country’s war patriots. The structure was designed in 1958 by Vann Molyvann to resemble the lotus flower, which is a common theme amongst buildings in the old Khmer kingdoms.

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  • Tops Lookout


    Tops Lookout


    To Do

    Tops Lookout is the place to be if catching stellar views of Cebu City is on your list of things to do. Resting at 600 metres above the level of Cebu City, this spot is best visited at sunset, as it allows you to enjoy the sight of Cebu City’s nightlife coming to life. Be warned though: Tops Lookout is notorious for its chilly, breezy atmosphere, so be sure to bring a jacket along! (Image credit: Mervin | Flickr)

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  • Gudeg

    Gudeg

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    One of the most prominent offerings of Javanese cuisine, gudeg is a delicacy that is derived from—believe it or not—jackfruit. Unripe jackfruit is cooked over several hours with coconut milk, palm sugar and seasonings like galangal and garlic, creating a flavourful dish that is sweet and spicy. It is commonly enjoyed with rice and different preparations of chicken and hard-boiled eggs.

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  • Soto Betawi

    Soto Betawi

    To Eat

    Ask any Indonesian about local comfort food, and they will almost instantly tell you about soto betawi. This creamy beef soup is rich in coconut milk, spices and herbs, thus giving it a decadent texture and a wealth of flavours. It is best enjoyed with a serving of hot white rice, and is often accompanied by lime juice and sweet soy sauce.

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  • Fort San Pedro

    Fort San Pedro

    To See

    Once a prominent defensive structure of Cebu City, Fort San Pedro stands today as a major landmark in the region’s landscape. This triangular construct played a vital role during the rule of the Philippines by the Spanish conquistadors, and it is named after the ship that brought the reported founder of Cebu, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, to the Philippines. Some of its original cannons can still be found around its vicinity, alongside other traces of its past.

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  • Hang Da Market

    Hang Da Market

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    Aside from the scenic architecture of its building, Hang Da Market is a favourite shopping destination amongst locals for fabrics, wine and flowers. It is best enjoyed in the morning, when stocks are still fresh and the energy levels are high. Bargaining is a common practice here, so be sure you unleash the haggler in you to secure the market’s best deals.

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  • Kuang Si Falls

    Kuang Si Falls

    To Do

    If a tiered waterfall with azure water and refreshing pools sounds like a notion of interest to you, the Kuang Si Falls is where you ought to be. These surreal waters are known for being rather chilly, as they are shaded by a thick canopy of trees. The area surrounding the falls is also a famous spot for picnics, and numerous benches and tables have been installed to cater to this purpose.

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  • Naypyidaw Water Fountain Garden

    Naypyidaw Water Fountain Garden

    To Do

    The impressive steel archway that heralds the entrance to this garden is easily one of the most popular structures in Nay Pyi Taw. But what is more astounding is the collection of ponds and fountains within this garden, as well as the variety of facilities which make it a favoured recreation point in the city.

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