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 Gardens

    The Gardens

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    The Gardens is a good place to drop by if you would like a shopping experience that can literally satisfy all your lifestyle desires. Aside…

    The Gardens

    The Gardens

    The Gardens is a good place to drop by if you would like a shopping experience that can literally satisfy all your lifestyle desires. Aside from its department stores, fashion outlets and providers of home furnishings that are spread across six levels, it is also located directly opposite Mid Valley Megamall, an apt place to expand your shopping experience.

  • Golden Bell Show

    Golden Bell Show

    Hanoi, Viet Nam

    The Golden Bell Show is an especially perfect treat for those who are exploring Hanoi and Vietnam with time constraints. It gives an…

    Golden Bell Show

    Golden Bell Show

    The Golden Bell Show is an especially perfect treat for those who are exploring Hanoi and Vietnam with time constraints. It gives an overview of the country’s folk art scene, and also helps audiences to better understand Vietnam’s culture. All of this is done within an hour or so in one of Vietnam’s most historic sites: The Golden Bell Theater.

  • Tuaran Noodles

    Tuaran Noodles

    Also known as Tuaran mee, Tuaran noodles is often considered to be Sabah’s most prized dish—and with good reason. Comprised of noodles that is made mainly from egg yolks, juicy slices of barbecued pork, eggs and luscious vegetables, this dish is straightforward with its richness and deliciousness, making it apt for any time of day. (Image Credit: miss_lamau | Flickr)

  • Gurney Paragon

    Gurney Paragon

    What was formerly St. Joseph’s Novitiate now stands as St. Jo’s, a venue that accommodates Penang’s growing demand for stylish restaurants and cafés. It is a part of Gurney Paragon, a shopping destination in Penang that caters to lifestyle needs with an upscale tinge. It is the neighbour of Gurney Plaza, another renowned shopping mall on Gurney Drive.

  • Roti Kacang Kahwin

    Roti Kacang Kahwin

    A layer of rich kaya (coconut jam) and a wedge of creamy butter, sandwiched in a sweet bun of ground peanuts. This aptly describes roti kacang kahwin, which has grown to become one of Brunei’s favourite teatime delicacies. It is especially popular in Chop Jing Chew, a renowned eatery that is situated in Bandar Seri Begawan.

  • Muara Beach Recreational Park

    Muara Beach Recreational Park

    If your idea of paradise is a seaside park with amenities like a picnic area and a cycling trail, this is the place for you. With additional features such as playground, food stalls, changing rooms and toilets, this park has all the right ingredients for you to fashion a relaxing day at the beach for yourself and your companions.

  • City of Dreams Manila

    City of Dreams Manila

    Manila’s City of Dreams offers guests a taste of luxury that is best described as being dreamlike. It brings together three renowned hotels, a range of casinos, lavish dining outlets and a colourful nightlife scene in one locale. It is also decorated with a variety of shopping and entertainment options, such as the eminent Dreamplay by DreamWorks Animation.

  • Legoland Malaysia

    Legoland Malaysia

    The sixth Legoland park in the world, Legoland Malaysia provides entertainment for all with over 40 unique attractions. Each attraction is LEGO-themed, of course, replicating the interactive and imaginative experience that is synonymous with the toy. There is even a section called ‘MINILAND’, in which visitors can view models of landmarks from all over Asia—built in a detailed manner from LEGO building blocks. (Image Credit: Legoland Malaysia Official Website)

  • Rizal Park

    Rizal Park

    The beauty and magnificence of Rizal Park—or Luneta Park—is a celebration of its rich historical importance to Filipinos. This is where José Rizal, a revolutionary figure in the Philippines, was executed—an event that led to an uprising against the Spanish colonists by the people of the Philippines in 1896. A marker in the park indicates where this execution took place.

  • KSL City Mall

    KSL City Mall

    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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