Southeast Asia Twitter Week In Review 9th May

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

We continue our series looking at the most interesting, entertaining and beautiful pictures and videos from throughout Southeast Asia. Last weeks roundup is available here.

Cambodia

HAC for Nature and People is an intergovernmental group of more than 45 countries raising global ambition to protect at least 30% of the land and ocean by 2030

Phnom Penh is a fascinating and beautiful city that many people don’t experience on their trip to Cambodia, instead focusing on Siem Reap / Angkor Wat and the southern beaches.

Finally for Cambodia a bit of weather.

Indonesia

Who doesn’t love a great beach picture, especially a pink beach?

Under the surface of the ocean climate change and pollution has led to much of the world’s coral being damaged or destroyed. Good news from Indonesia though.

Probably not the first thing that you think of when you think of Bali.

Malaysia

We recently published an article on the incredible adventures possible in Sarawak, let this video whet your appetite further.

Philippines

Be careful where you swim….

Singapore

Is your country listed here?

It still amazes just how quiet formerly packed and bustling areas are due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Hopefully we will see busy airports again soon.

We have featured Green Schemes in Singapore on a number of occasions including details on hawker centres and new parks and eco-living schemes.

Thailand

Thailand is a wonderful place for taking pictures. This is why.

Koh Lanta looking wonderful.

Vietnam

There are caves. And then there are CAVES.

We hope you have enjoyed this round-up. We will feature more soon.

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