Coconuts TV is seeking to commission short documentaries from filmmakers around the region!
Per usual, we are looking to explore weird and wondrous untold stories from Southeast Asia and Hong Kong.
Interested filmmakers, producers, and hosts can drop us a line for more details at email@example.com 🌴😎🎥
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YUM on over, guys! Try unique Thai desserts by Cher_cheeva, crispy fried spring rolls by Vietnamese and More, and so so much more at Yum Fest Bangkok March 10-11. Free Entry!
Join us at Yum Fest Bangkok! FREE ENTRY! Live Music! Tons of FOOD!
Yum Fest showcases street food, food trucks, restaurants, and stalls from around the city and... brings together people of all ages, backgrounds and tastes that have one thing in common — a love of food.
Once you've gotten your first round of gorging out of the way, join one of our local food tours or have a seat and check out the live entertainment and eating contests. Before you know it, you’ll be hungry again. #YumFestBangkok
You like food? You like music? You like party?
Come YUM with Coconuts March 10th & 11th!!!
Rebel-solider-turned-RAMBO-actor Ko Min Htay is not a man to be trifled with.
COMING SOON: YUM FEST BANGKOK
A celebration of all things delicious, March 10 and 11 at the Jam Factory on the banks of the mighty Chao Phraya River in Bangkok.
Local food tours!
And so much more…
Prepare yourself, Coconauts of Bangkok, for quite possibly the greatest food festival our fair city has ever witnessed…
Stay tuned for more details.
You know you want to.
Check out these very cool photos of the most hidden places in Singapore
A birdsinging club where elderly men hoist up birds like flags against the cloud-speckled blue sky, a freshwater marshland that's home to 170 species of birds a...nd 87 species of insects, and the dragon kiln, one of the oldest surviving — and operational — wood-fired brick kilns in the country. Three of Singapore's most popular Instagrammers recently ventured to these hidden gems to document the beauty and wonder of Singapore's least visited places.
| Coconuts Singapore x Uber x Canon |
If you’ve never heard of the pangolin, you’re not alone. The majestic rhino and elephant tend to steal the spotlight when it comes to the issue of illegal wildlife trafficking. But the plight of the pangolin is dire.
Over a million pangolins have been trafficked in the past decade, with a single pangolin costing as much as USD1,000 on the Asian black market. Some experts claim that pangolin sales account for up to 20 percent of the entire USD19 billion illegal wildlife trade....
The pangolin is particularly coveted in China and Vietnam, where its meat is considered a delicacy, its blood an aphrodisiac and its keratin scales are used in traditional Chinese medicine to supposedly cure ailments ranging from asthma to cancer. This rare, enigmatic creature is “literally being eaten out of existence,” according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Coconuts TV had the unique opportunity to join Save Vietnam’s Wildlife team as they journeyed across Vietnam to free 35 critically endangered Sunda pangolins back into the wild and to explore the underground pangolin trade in Vietnam.
Say hello to Lady Daw Saw Nan Wei, a 125-year old python housed in a temple in Bago, Myanmar who is believed to be the reincarnation of a Shan Princess.
She doesn't do much besides occasionally yawn whilst being worshipped by pilgrims, but every 40 days she's fed 10 chickens. So she has that going for her.
Former Thai porn star Nat “Nong Nat” Ketsarin said her 68-year-old sugar daddy didn’t know she had been a porn star when they got married — apparently, he just thought she was an actress. You can guess how he reacted...
A curious new trend has emerged in Bangkok, where young Thai men are dressing up as Latino gangsters. Most of these men say they are motivated by their passion for the "gangster" lifestyle and clothes.
He lives in a Barbie world.
She's the veggie queen!