(Aseanrecords.world) The Tinikling is the official national dance of the Philippines and one of the oldest dances in the archipelago. It is characterized by the movements of one or more dancers between two bamboo poles while these are beaten in a certain rhythm against each other and onto the ground.
(Aseanrecords.world) Around Phonsavan, the main city of Xiangkhoang province in Laos, is a large plain with thousands of stone jars. Believed to have once stored either human remains or rice wine, thousands of mysterious stone jars lie in ruin.
(aseanrecords.world) Terminal 21 Bangkok which makes your dream of traveling around the world come true in the center of Bangkok, with a unique and new idea that brings some of the world’s most famous cities close together.
(Aseanrecords.world) Maeklong Railway Market is one of the biggest attractions in the Bangkok area. It is an authentic Thai market well known for trains running through it. The vendors´ stalls with fruits, vegetables, fish, seafood, drinks or sweets are set right next to the railway. Only a few minutes before the train arrives, they lift the flexible roofs to make room for the train. When the train leaves, life continues normally, and the railway serves as a passageway between the vendors´ delicious goods.
(Aseanrecords.world) Stretching 180 degrees from wall to wall and tilted at an angle of 30 degrees to the horizon, the screen “wraps” the audience to cover 80% of a hemisphere so that the image is beyond a person's field of vision.
(Aseanrecords.world) The Buddha image surrounded by ancient tree roots is a strange image in the ancient capital of Ayutthaya. The beautiful, holy 700-year-old statue gives a peaceful feeling to visitors.