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Jesus Buntu Burake (Indonesia): The tallest statue of Jesus in Southeast Asia

The most famous Jesus statue in the world is Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Constructed between 1922 and 1931, the statue...

Tree Top Walk Sungai Sedim (Malaysia) : The longest rainforest canopy walk in Southeast Asia

It is located in the unspoiled scenery of Sungai Sedim Recreational Park, about 30 minutes drive from the town of Kulim in Kedah. It took...

MahaNakhon -The “pixel” skyscraper of Thailand

Its glittering stacked surfaces, terraces, and protrusions simultaneously create the impression of digital pixelation while echoing the irregularity of ancient mountain topography. This architectural...

Museum of Enduring Beauty (Malaysia): Southeast Asia’s unique museum of beauty standards

The museum portrays the diverse cultural ideals for beauty in the Eastern part of the globe. From tattooing to foot binding, elongating necks, the...

Splash Bay Vinpearl Nha Trang (Vietnam): The largest marine floating park in Southeast Asia

VinWonders’ water park is one of the most enticing places to play on the whole island, with every kind of slide you can imagine,...

Wae Rebo (Indonesia): The village that still preserves the ancient Mbaru Niang house in Southeast Asia

This small and isolated village was recognized for its rebuilding of the traditional Mbaru Niang traditional house based on the spirit of community cooperation...

Wat Saman Rattanaram (Thailand) : The temple that owns the largest reclining Ganesha statue in Southeast Asia

Ganesha is depicted with an elephant head with two tusks, one of which is broken off. The image has four arms. In one hand...

Ong Phraya Sri Mukda Mahamuneenin Palnakkarat (Thailand) : The largest Naga statue in Southeast Asia

Phrachao Yai Kaeo Mukda Sitrairat is enshrined on top of the mountain, where the temple is situated. This giant Buddha statue, which can be...

Wat Mahathat (Thailand): Where the head of the Buddha growing in the roots of a banyan tree

Wat Phra Mahathat, Thailand, was a royal Temple of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. It is one of the oldest and most significant temples in the...

Phsar Thom Thmei (Cambodia) : The market with the largest dome in Southeast Asia

Before the completion of Phsar Thmei in 1937, the area on which the market now stands was occupied by a swamp fed by runoff...

(Aseanrecords) AXA Tower: The tallest cylindrical building in South East Asia

AXA Tower, also known as 8 Shenton Way and formerly The Treasury and Temasek Tower, is the 16th-tallest skyscraper in the city of Singapore,...

Trickeye Museum (Singapore): The first museum in Southeast Asia to apply augmented reality technology to works of art

Forget about ordinary 3D exhibits in the museum! With Trick Eye Museum’s very own Augmented Reality Technology (AR:T) implemented onto the installations, you can...

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Indonesia’s 5G mining technology to be launched in May 2022

"Our 5G Mining will be launched in May this year, (making Indonesia) the first country in Southeast Asia (to launch such a technology)," Erick...

Malay Archipelago: World’s largest archipelago by area

The Malay Archipelago is the archipelago between mainland Indochina and Australia. It has also been called the "Malay world," "Nusantara," East Indies, Indo-Australian Archipelago,...

Kyra Poh (Singapore) : The female indoor skydiver awarded the title of “Fastest Flyer” in Southeast Asia

Kyle was also crowned the “World’s Fastest Flyer”, winning the solo speed category – where participants perform both compulsory and randomly drawn sequences as...

Team leader Nualphan Lamsam of Thailand football team honored by Forbes magazine

The beautiful female team leader Nualphan Lamsam (also known as Madam Pang) of Thailand has just been honored by Forbes magazine after her recent...