Southeast Asia Twitter Week In Review 23rd May

Bayon Temple, Angkor Wat, Cambodia credit Flyingdog Travel

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.

Suitable content was difficult to find this week, there is plenty if you are looking at content on politics, coronavirus, protests or Miss Universe. We have searched high and low though and found some great posts for you.


A different picture from the Cambodia temples as it doesn’t actually feature a temple.

A programme to prevent further deforestation in Cambodia.


Not too many tourists make it here which makes the experience even more special for those that do.

Sustainable and LGBT+ friendly hotels in Thailand.

As I sit here at home the rain is beating down outside and the wind is howling. It’s nowhere near as spectacular as Bangkok though.


Not a restaurant that you find in every town around the world.

Rice is probably the most important crop in Vietnam both domestically and for export. When it is harvest time and the farmers are quarantined it becomes all hands on deck.

We hope you enjoyed this weeks look at Twitter highlights. We will have more next Sunday.

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