Southeast Asia Twitter Week In Review 18th July

This week we have some incredible pictures and videos from throughout Southeast Asia, celebrating the landscapes, wildlife, monuments, beaches and much more of this wonderful region.

Last weeks roundup is available here.

Main picture Kuang Si Waterfall, Laos


More magnificent Angkor Wat pictures from Pineapple Cambodia Tours

Often overlooked in Cambodia as people head to the northern temples is the wonderful Phnom Penh.


Wild horses are not something that you see on every beach.

Bali is not just incredible beaches.

But of the course the beaches are beautiful.


Malaysia is hoping to reopen Langkawi to foreign tourists in the coming months. What a thrill it will be to see these eagles on your trip.


Here is an end of day tweet from an organisation involved in sampling plastic waste.


A stunning hotel in the heart of Singapore, the Park Royal.

Remember if you see turtles on the beach, leave them alone. Adults may be laying eggs and the young are making their first foray into the sea. Stand back, watch and enjoy!


Bangkok in all its finery.

An incredible sight. We can’t guarantee you will see anything like this, but is is always worth making a boat trip in Thailand.

Can anyone explain what is going on here? Drop us a comment below.

The Phuket Sandbox is open and tourists are enjoying Thailand again.

Earlier this week Koh Samui also reopened through the Samui Plus scheme.


I may have said this before, but one of the highlights of any trip through Southeast Asia is the food.

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