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Napassaporn “Eem” Chumnarnsit (Thailand): The first woman in Southeast Asia to conquer the world’s seven summits

On June 28, 2019, dentist Napassaporn "Eem" Chumnarnsit posted on her Facebook page that she had reached the summit of Mount Denali, the highest...

Top Fast Food Toy Collection (Malaysia): The museum has the largest collection of McDonald’s toys in Southeast Asia

Located in a corner of Alor Setar, Kedah, the Top Fast Food Toy Collection has collected McDonald's toys and products over the course of...

Gereja Ayam (Indonesia): Unique “Chicken Church” located in the middle of the forest in Indonesia

If you're walking through the thick forests of Magelang, Indonesia, try not to be too alarmed if you stumble upon a titanic building shaped...

Museum of Counterfeit Goods (Thailand): The first counterfeit museum in Southeast Asia

It is operated by Tilleke & Gibbins, a law firm with offices in Thailand and Vietnam. In the firm's Bangkok office on the 26th floor...

Angkut Museum (Indonesia): The first transportation museum in Southeast Asia

Located in the area of 3.8 hectares on the hillside of Mount Panderman which air is very refreshing, Angkut museum is very popular that...

CIS Roller air dome (Cambodia): The first air dome structure in Southeast Asia

The CIS Roller Dome is a sports facility open to the public geared toward sports such as figure skating, in-line skating, hockey, martial arts,...

Asian American Liver Center (Singapore): The first hospital in Southeast Asia to successfully perform a liver transplant from a living donor

Led by Dato’ Dr Tan Kai Chah, together with a multi-disciplinary team, AALC’s dedicated outpatient and inpatient facilities for local and international patients of...

Phayao University (Thailand): The first university in Southeast Asia to use smart grid in tandem with solar cells

It is the first academic institution in Southeast Asia to use smart grid technology in tandem with solar cells to generate its own electricity. Smart...

Duchess of Kent Hospital (Malaysia): The first hospital in Southeast Asia to use solar energy

The hospital has an area around 42.93 acres, with the hospital buildings area comprising 2,245.3 square metres. The hospital is named after the British...

Hospital Rehabilitasi Cheras (Malaysia): The first hospital in Southeast Asia provides comprehensive Rehabilitation Medicine services

Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital began operation on 2nd July 2012 and provides inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. The hospital has 6 wards and 166 beds,...

Alexandra Hospital (Singapore): The first hospital in Southeast Asia to apply Google Glass smart glasses in medical examination

The hospital's colonial-style buildings were constructed in the late 1930s on 110,000 square metres (1,200,000 sq ft) of land.  Established in 1938 as the...

Thomson Medical Centre (Singapore): The first hospital specializing in gynecology and IVF in Southeast Asia

The hospital specialises in gynaecology and in vitro fertilisation (IVF), which began operations in 1979. The hospital was founded by Dr. Cheng Wei Chen - a specialist in...

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Top 100 famous tourist destinations in Southeast Asia – P.22: Ubud (Indonesia): Bali’s Spiritual Heart

Located about an hour’s drive from the frenetic capital, Denpasar, Ubud is surrounded by charming villages and viridescent paddy fields - the perfect place...

I-CY CHAYA (Thailand): The highest-growth F&B company in Southeast Asia in 2022

I-CY CHAYA is an international exporter of food and agricultural products, with main customers are retail businesses supermarket convenience store food service businesses to...

Top 5 famous fried dough dishes in Southeast Asia

Karipap - Malaysia Karipap or curry puff is a small, deep-fried or baked pastry shell filled with thick chicken and potatoes curry. It is believed that the...

The Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan (Malaysia): Unique “Leaning Tower of Pisa” of Southeast Asia

The tower was built in the year 1885 by Leong Choon Chong, a Chinese contractor and was originally used as a water tank to...