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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  • Thapye Chaung Market

    Thapye Chaung Market

    Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

    Nay Pyi Taw’s Thapye Chaung Market is especially renowned for being a shopping destination that carries unique souvenirs.

    Thapye Chaung Market

    Thapye Chaung Market

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    Nay Pyi Taw’s Thapye Chaung Market is especially renowned for being a shopping destination that carries unique souvenirs.

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  • Khmer Doughnuts

    Khmer Doughnuts

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    A testament to Cambodia’s passion for all things sweet, Khmer Doughnuts are snacks that you simply must have during your adventure in Siem…

    Khmer Doughnuts

    Khmer Doughnuts

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    A testament to Cambodia’s passion for all things sweet, Khmer Doughnuts are snacks that you simply must have during your adventure in Siem Reap. These rice flour confections are dipped in a reddish sugar syrup, and are notably thinner than the average doughnut that is found in stores. They are good for savouring while exploring Siem Reap.

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  • Pura Tanah Lot

    Pura Tanah Lot

    To See

    Famed for its stunning views of sunset, Pura Tanah Lot is a seaside temple that rests upon an offshore rock formation. It is said to date back to the 16th century, and is regarded as an important part of both Hinduism and Balinese mythology by locals. It can only be reached during periods of low tide, and it is recommended that its surrounding waters be avoided when the tide is high, as they are said to be filled with venomous sea snakes.

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  • Birds Of Pulau Ubin

    Birds Of Pulau Ubin

    To See

    Due to its natural richness, Pulau Ubin is renowned for being a popular bird-watching destination. Those who visit the Chek Jawa wetlands will find that this is true after chancing upon the reserve’s viewing tower. From this tower, some of Singapore’s rarest birds can be seen, including the Oriental Pied-hornbill and the Straw-headed Bulbul. If luck is on your side, you may also be able to observe the other inhabitants of Pulau Ubin, such as mouse-deers and wild boars.

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  • Tabin Wildlife Reserve

    Tabin Wildlife Reserve

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    The Tabin Wildlife Reserve is where one can learn about and experience nature in a manner that is unique to Borneo. Showcasing some of the region’s endangered wildlife, guests can acquaint themselves with a large range of flora and fauna that they will probably have a hard time finding elsewhere. These include Borneo pygmy elephants and tropical birds.

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  • Bubbles & Bites

    Bubbles & Bites

    To Eat

    Bubbles & Bites is a chic restaurant with a relaxing and rustic ambience that serves up an eclectic continental fare. Recommended dishes such as the Lam Lee Burger, the Slow Briased Lamb Shank and the Ethiopian Chicken are complemented nicely by savoury desserts that will appease even the sweetest tooth, such as the popular tiramisu and sticky date pudding.

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  • Wat Phra Kaew

    Wat Phra Kaew

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    Your tour of the temples in Bangkok–and Thailand, ultimately–is incomplete without a visit to the most important one of them all: Wat Phra Kaew. This is where the Emerald Buddha, an essential relic of Buddhism in Thailand that was carved from a block of jade, peacefully resides. It is located within the grounds of the Grand Palace, another significant landmark in Bangkok.

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  • Phnom Penh’s Night Market

    Phnom Penh’s Night Market

    To Shop

    The residents of Phnom Penh love shopping as much as they do eating, which is why you will probably not find an empty spot in this night market. Locals flock over to the market throughout its weekend opening hours for goods like clothes, accessories and even furniture. Then, after a good session of shopping, they stop by one of the market’s food stalls for dinner or a light snack.

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  • Kao Pad

    Kao Pad

    To Eat

    Considered as one of the most popular types of fried rice in the world, kao pad is a fairly simple dish that has a special place in the hearts of Thai people. It consists of rice that is stir-fried with pieces of meat and various seasonings, along with additional ingredients like eggs and onions. Thai Jasmine rice is normally used for this purpose, giving it an enchanting fragrance.

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  • MORNING MARKET

    MORNING MARKET

    To Shop

    Luang Prabang’s morning market is where you would want to go to see and experience how locals do their shopping. It sells primarily fresh produce and food, making it a good stop for breakfast or a morning snack. You can even sample some of Lao PDR’s more exotic culinary offerings here, including grilled crickets, grilled bee larvae and barbecued bamboo rats.

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