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The first official dinner hosted by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture included a cultural show.
November 26, 2012. This is where the second ASEAN Car Rally got flagged off in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
The ASEAN Car Rally 2012 on its first leg in Indonesia.
Participants pose in front of Borobudur, a heritage temple site in Indonesia.
The 31 Mahindra vehicles line up for a flag-off from the F1 Pit at Singapore.
The second edition of the ASEAN Car Rally rolls out for a journey that will take them through eight countries over 7000 km
The Mahindras start off on their journey at 0930 hrs on November 28, 2012 from the F1 pit in Singapore.
The convoy makes its way through the streets of Singapore to the Malaysian border.
The ASEAN Car Rally makes a stop at the beautiful city of Puttrajaya in Indonesia
Malaysia put out the red carpet for the ASEAN Car Rally.
Fantastic riders of the Malaysian Motorcycle Police shepherded the convoy right up till the Thai border.
Participants of the rally were treated to a fantastic sound and light show amongst ancient monuments of Sukhothai in Thailand.
The ASEAN Car rally reaches Thailand.
The convoy in front of Bangkok's Royal Palace.
It's a wonderful day in Bangkok as the ASEAN Car Rally comes to town.
The ASEAN Car rally in front of the Angkor Wat in Cambodia
The vehicles making their way out Siem Reap in Cambodia
The rally vehicles became a tourist attraction at the tourist city of Siem Reap.
The Mekong River Ferry crossing at Neak Loung on the way from Phenom Penh in Cambodia to Vietnam's Ho Chi Min City.
By 2016, this will be part of Asian Highway 1 connecting Gawahati to Thailand.
School children lined the streets to welcome the cars into Vietnam
The rally is flagged in at the Reunification Palace in Ho Chi Minh City.
Reminders of the war that ravaged Vietnam are never to far away.
The rally visits Vatphu in Laos.
On the road near Patse in Laos.
The official flag-in at Thad Luang Stupa, a gold covered Buddhist Stupa right in the middle of the Vientiane, the capital of Laos.
The ASEAN car rally enters the Sarusojai Stadium in Guwahati for the flag down
The convoy makes its way through the charming city of Vientiene.
The rally gets an overwhelming welcome as it enters Myanmar
Pagodas dominate the landscape of Myanmar.
Myanmar's new capital Naypyitaw is an opulent and grandiose city with a 20-lane road.
The convoy visits the fabled city of Mandalay that has more than 700 pagodas.
The cars make their way back home as they cross back to India at the Moreh border in Manipur.
A grand cultural extravaganza celebrated the conclusion of the rally in Guwahati.
Road conditions in Mayanmar are most often challenging and demanding
The other face of Myanmar can be seen on the Yangon-Mandalay Expressway
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