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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  • Cultural Center of the Philippines

    Cultural Center of the Philippines

    Manila, Philippines

    Commanding a total area of 62.4 hectares, the Cultural Center of the Philippines is the country’s prime location for the performing arts…

    Cultural Center of the Philippines

    Cultural Center of the Philippines

    To Do

    Commanding a total area of 62.4 hectares, the Cultural Center of the Philippines is the country’s prime location for the performing arts industry. It dates back to 1969, and has seen a countless number of performances, workshops and activities unfold in its halls. It aims to promote the growth of the arts in the Philippines. Drop by to have yourself a taste of the Philippines’ energetic arts scene.

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  • The Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu)

    The Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu)

    Jakarta, Indonesia

    The Thousand Islands are actually a collection of 76 coral islands, although more can appear and vanish depending on tide levels. Its…

    The Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu)

    The Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu)

    To Do

    The Thousand Islands are actually a collection of 76 coral islands, although more can appear and vanish depending on tide levels. Its serene atmosphere is a stark contrast to Jakarta’s bustling environment, making it the perfect spot for a quick getaway from the city. It is also a conservation area for marine life, which is why it is considered to be a wonderful place for snorkeling and diving.

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  • Peranakan Museum

    Peranakan Museum

    To See

    The Peranakan people are known for their unique culture, and this uniqueness is intricately captured in the Peranakan Museum’s three floors of exhibits. Pieces like furniture and jewelry can be found in the museum, which is housed within the walls of what was formerly the Tao Nan School campus–a National Monument of Singapore.

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  • Mall Taman Anggrek

    Mall Taman Anggrek

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    Nestled in the western region of Jakarta, Mall Taman Anggrek is a complex of seven floors that covers an area of 360,000 square meters. Aside from its large range of retail and dining outlets, the mall is equipped with a cinema, an ice-skating rink and a fitness centre to attend to the lifestyle needs of visitors. It is also a favoured site for the hosting of events and exhibitions.

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  • Freeport A’Famosa Outlet

    Freeport A’Famosa Outlet

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    Freeport A'Famosa Outlet is the biggest shopping mall in Alor Gajah, housing more than 70 international fashion, sports, and accessories brands at great rates.

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  • Soi Rambuttri

    Soi Rambuttri

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    A relative of Khao San Road, which rests nearby, Soi Rambuttri is one of the best places to hunt for food in Bangkok. It is particularly alive at night, when lanterns light up the road and its bars awaken. From Indian delicacies to Western cuisine, Soi Rambuttri has something to satisfy all tastes. And if you get tired of eating, worry not. The area’s massage parlours are ready to give you a good dose of relaxation.

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  • Ketam Mountain Bike Park

    Ketam Mountain Bike Park

    To Do

    
Pulau Ubin is a popular spot for mountain biking, be it for experts or those who do it for leisure—and the Ketam Mountain Bike Park is a testament to this. The park of 45 hectares is filled with various routes of differing difficulties to suit mountain bikers of all levels, and also to cater to a plethora of events. Shelters can be found along these routes as well, so do not worry about having a place to stop for a quick breather while mountain biking.

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  • The Jim Thompson House

    The Jim Thompson House

    To See

    This complex once belonged to Jim Thompson, the American man who eventually became a reviving force of Thailand’s silk industry. It actually consists of six separate Thai-style houses that are made of teak, combined in 1959 to create a masterpiece that Thompson loved dearly. He resided here until his mysterious disappearance in Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands in 1967.

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  • Manukan Island

    Manukan Island

    To Do

    A boat ride of about 15 to 20 minutes is all it takes to get from Kota Kinabalu town to Manukan Island, one of Sabah’s prime jewels. The island is especially famous amongst locals for its coral reefs and beautiful beaches, and this is evident from the large number of guests who visit the island just to lie on its stretches of fluffy sand or to go snorkelling.

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  • Chilli Crab

    Chilli Crab

    To Eat

    To many Singaporeans, this seafood dish best captures the city-state’s passion for food and flavours. Its main constituent is mud crabs, stir-fried in a marriage of tomato and chilli sauces. While it is commonly enjoyed on its own, it also closely complements steamed white rice. And no, it is not necessarily as spicy as its name implies!

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