South East Asia Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Travel video about destination South East Asia.
South East Asia is a fascinating, atmospheric and exotic world full of unspoiled nature and cultural treasures and a region in which both past and present live side by side and unite in a wonderful way. Myanmar, The Land Of Golden Pagodas: for decades the rulers of what was once known as Burma closed the country’s doors to the outside world and many of its fine religious sanctuaries were badly neglected but they have now gradually been given the respect that they deserve. Inlay Lake is home to the Inthas, one of the many tribes that came to Myanmar from various of South East Asia’s neighbouring countries. Throughout the area are the floating plantations of the Inthas on which tomatoes, cucumbers and beans are cultivated. A journey on the Shan State Express provides passengers with a fascinating insight into the life of the Shan people whose lives are dominated by agriculture. The north west of Myanmar is known for its many splendid sacred buildings such as Mingun’s Hsinbyume Pagoda that was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century. It was constructed according to the architectural rules of Hindu Buddhist cosmology and symbolizes the World Mountain of Meru.. One of Taiwan’s most important centres of arts and crafts is located in the west of the island, Lukang, an ancient and idyllic town full of age-old traditions whose large number of beautiful temples is most impressive. In Cambodia and around forty kilometres north of Phnom Penh is the former capital city of Udong. Today only the remains of the city’s former splendid buildings indicate that it was the last centre of Angkor’s power with hundreds of dwellings and temples. The ruins of Ayutthaya indicate the impressive dimensions of the former capital of ancient Thailand and one of the mightiest royal cities in South East Asia.

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20 Comments

  1. Excellent doc. Great topical information on culture and history. My Myanmar documentary should be coming out later this year. Hope it holds a candle to your impressive first portion (the Burma section) here.

  2. Ardyan Wira says:

    Where is indonesiaa?? Please

  3. Sadgirl Kk says:

    Ardyan Wira //   this is myanmar

  4. pls make also for philippines or in manila plsss..

  5. plss.. make also for philippines..

  6. Beegan Strez says:

    Hey, me and my friend have just started a travel vlog so if you could watch it and subscribe it would be greatly appreciated 😀 We've been to Dubai and now going to Asia for four months 🙂

  7. chard cruz says:

    South East Asia are countries of Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand & Vietman. Hope you have an updated version of South East Asia Travel featuring all this countries. Thanks

  8. RyanKali says:

    Please make an Indonesia video!

  9. lisa manuel says:

    please make a Philippines video

  10. About Asia says:

    Great asia's documentary.

  11. Great video! Recently we did a 101 days trip through Southeast Asia and we gathered some footage about the countries we visit it! Feel free to check it on our youtube channel! 😉

  12. Wonderful documentary as usual in Expoza Travel Video. I travel a lot through Expoza !!! Thanks very much.

  13. 80arn says:

    Is it the program which completely shot on BMPCC?

  14. We have been waiting for your Philippine travel guide for too long. I am wondering why you are ignoring our country in your travel guide even though our history, culture and attractions are comparable or may even be better than many of your featured cities or countries.

  15. Gorgeous Me says:

    Taiwan is not included in south east asia, research more.

  16. JeyJomnas X says:

    Thanks for Great video and Wonderful documentary.

  17. Geng Wei says:

    Taiwan is not in southeast region

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