Ed Petrie and his friends encounter huge komodo dragons in Indonesia, and scale a massive statue of Ghenghis Khan in Mongolia.
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Are you ready for an amazing adventure?
Then join Ed Petrie...
-Take me to your leader!
-..and his CBBC mates...
-..on a bonkers and brilliant journey around...
It's going to be epic!
We'll take part in some of Asia's most spectacular and crazy events!
Like this water fight in Thailand!
This is wet and wild and lots of fun!
So are you ready to go...
# All over the place
# All over the place
# North, south, east, west On a bizarre quest
# Me and my mates, all over the place!
# It's true what you've heard, everything is absurd
# Whatever we do is strange but true!
# All over the place
# All over the place
# There's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace
# And it turns up...
# All over the place! #
Our world is extraordinary.
Two CBBC megastars are going undercover in Indonesia.
They will design cutting-edge dragon spy cameras and dare to get closer
than ever to Komodo dragons in the wild!
Ed and me, we're obviously experienced wildlife photographers.
-So, do you think these ingenious spy cameras we've created
will be able to get nice and close to the Komodo dragons?
No way. Very dangerous for you.
Not allowed too close with a camera...
Do these look like the dragons?
-Komodo dragon is big!
Three metres, a big one.
-Three metres big one.
-So, they're bigger than this, then.
-You're very, very silly. Yeah.
Good luck, guys, cos here be dragons!
These are Komodo dragons, the largest lizards in the world!
And the only place you can find them in the wild is right here,
in Komodo National Park.
Those silly cameras should be able to spot something
as over 6,000 Komodos live on the island!
You two just need some helpful park rangers.
I mean, lizard wizards.
So these are real wizards
ready to cast magic spells over the dragons, yes?
No, this is our ranger for today.
To help to find more Komodo dragons on this location.
This is not the magic staff but this is the real Komodo stick,
for protect us, our life.
To protect our lives?
OK, ready to go?
Komodo dragons have thrived here because there's lots of food.
Including delicious monkeys...
and these guys.
Here's the main food for Komodo dragons.
They just one bite and they wait a couple of days.
Later, the deer will die because the Komodo dragon,
there are 60 types of bacteria in their saliva.
So that just takes a little bit of time to take effect?
Yeah. The Komodo dragons, they can survive a month without eating.
Let's hope they're not hungry today, then.
Is this Komodo dragon poo?
-I see a little one.
-There's a small dragon over there,
about three years old.
How old are the big ones?
35 years old.
-Why do they live in the trees, the small ones?
They have to stay away from their predators.
Because they eat each others, cannibalistic.
The babies eat other babies?!
-Savage, aren't they?
Also the mum eat their own babies.
-What?! That is bad parenting!
So where is Mummy Dragon hiding?
There it is, under that log. They're so well camouflaged, aren't they?
If somebody didn't point this out, you wouldn't see it, would you?
-This one female.
-How can you tell?
-Yeah, how did you know?
You see the head? Small.
-And small body.
So how old do you think she is?
This one, about 20 years old.
I feel like I'm coming face-to-face with a real-life dinosaur.
And it hasn't taken its eye off us the whole time we've been here.
Look at its claws. They look like sharp daggers.
Now you look at its claws, I'm going to go stand over there.
The gang still haven't spotted the big monster male Komodo dragon.
But Ranger Savy thinks he knows where they might find them.
I just spotted some right by the ranger station,
what are they doing here?
This is our kitchen, they smell food.
And they might get something to eat?
Yeah, just hoping.
We never feed them.
How do they hunt? Are they like crocodiles?
Do they stay really still for ages and then suddenly run?
Well, as you see, it looks clumsy but unpredictable.
They attack, how do you call... Ambush hunter.
-Ambush? They suddenly run at something?
-Like me and Ed?
-So we should maybe back off a little bit, or are we safe?
-Is that yes, back off, or...?
-Safe or not?
So you stay behind a ranger, it's fine.
We have stick.
Whoa! They are prehistoric!
Thank you so much for introducing us to them.
Well, I reckon I've got some great footage on my spy camera.
Though I can't believe we ever thought we were going to fool them
with these sock puppets. Telling the difference between a fake dragon
and a real one is so easy!
-Today on Ed And Naomi Make Something,
we are trying to find something out.
How to tell if your dragon is a Komodo dragon.
Or a big, scary, fire-breathing imaginary dragon!
-It's so easy!
-Is that a dragon?
-No, it's a log.
Does your dragon breathe fire
and live in the mountains on a big pile of gold?
Sounds like a real-life Komodo dragon to me, Ed.
But if your dragon has a venomous bite,
and you see it eating a deer for its dinner...
Then it sounds like you've got yourself a big scary,
fire-breathing, imaginary dragon, unless I'm very much mistaken.
No, no, no!
You've got it muddled up!
-We know a song about Komodo dragons, don't we, Ed?
No, we don't.
Where can you find Komodo dragons, Naomi?
In picture books, television programmes, and films!
Like, How To Train Your Dragon, Pete's Dragon, and...
And you can even find them on the flag of your home country.
Och aye the noo!
And you can find big, scary, fire-breathing,
imaginary dragons in Komodo National Park in Indonesia,
with over 1,000 of their dragon friends,
feasting on the corpses of animals!
Who are these muppets?
-See you next time!
Oh, before we leave, I'm going to stroke that big,
Wait for me! Oh! Ahhh!
Where is Ed?
We've come all this way to get a selfie with one of history's
greatest warriors, and he's late!
I am the Emperor Nixono
from the planet Nya
and I've come to rule your world!
-Take me to your leader!
it just so happens that there is a legendary leader right over there.
Take a look!
-Yes, that's Genghis Khan.
He was the founder of the Mongol Empire,
one of the biggest empires in history.
Oh, and he's 40 metres tall.
Wait, I need to help my mum take the bins out,
and I forgot to wash my hair.
Where'd he go? What a nice chap.
And depending on where you come from,
here's another chap who's either nice or nasty.
It's Genghis Khan, otherwise known as Chinggis Khan,
who ruled Mongolia in the 13th century.
Even though he's considered a national hero,
he was responsible for the deaths of around 40 million people.
His success in conquering lands and making his country famous
led to this mahoosive statue
being built in his honour in 2008.
It's now the worlds largest statue of a man on a horse,
at 40 metres tall.
Ed and Ben!
You have 39 seconds to find out as much as you can about Genghis Khan.
Ed! You have Suemia, who knows all about this statue!
Ben! You have Tingle - great name -
who knows all about the story of Genghis.
Whoever finds out the most facts is the winner!
-Three, two, one, go!
-Is this what Genghis Khan actually looked like?
No-one actually knows what he looked like.
So when was he born?
Why's Genghis Khan a national hero here?
Didn't he kill a lot of people?
He unified Mongolia in 1206, and he conquered half of the world.
So was he always called Genghis Khan from when he was born?
-No, Genghis Khan is a title.
When he was born, he was called Temujin.
What can I see inside?
There are two museums, and the giant whip, and the biggest Mongolian
traditional boot in the world,
-which was registered in the Guinness Book Of Records.
Ben's going to love that!
Wow! Biggest boot?
And the person who found out the most facts is...
It's all down to my Genghis-KHAN-do attitude!
I am officially amazing.
Well, you're having a laugh.
If anyone's officially amazing around here, it's this guy!
Oh, Ben, you and your world records!
Come on, I'll show you how it's done.
Hello! And welcome to Definitely Spectacular!
Today we've got something definitely spectacular for you!
This! It's the largest Mongolian boot in the world!
-It's pretty impressive.
When you visit the statue,
he can dress up in some Genghis Khan-style costumes.
He's such a hero here in Mongolia, streets are named after him,
his face is on products, and even on banknotes.
Oh! Thanks, bye!
Definitely not spectacular.
And here we are, standing on top of the horse's head,
in front of Genghis himself.
-Go on, say it.
-It's definitely spectacular.
All right, now you've got those out your system...
-Can we please draw a line under it?
-It's quite exhausting pretending to be you, actually.
-Tell me about it.
Now we can just enjoy the definitely spectacular view.
And I tell you what, what a reputation this bloke has!
He ruled these lands with an iron fist!
Or a steel one?
He was definitely good at getting his own way.
Hi. I'm Genghis Khan.
And I'm hoping you'll vote for me to be your next leader.
I'm the man who KHAN.
And I aim to rule a mahoosive Mongol Empire,
stretching from the Pacific Ocean to Eastern Europe.
Are you in, fella?
Of course he is. Or I'll have him killed.
So why should you vote for me?
Well, you don't even have to.
This isn't a democracy.
So you don't actually get a vote.
I'm just doing this advert for the lols.
The choice is me, or death.
My track record speaks for itself.
I may have been responsible for the deaths of around one or two...
..or 40 million people,
but I totally unified the tribes of Mongolia in 1206 and,
who's got two thumbs and created one of the world's first postal systems?
Here are some policies.
Death to anyone who lies, does magic, spies,
takes sides in an argument,
or does a wee-wee in water.
No pee in my pool.
That's a Khan promise.
I'm watching you.
And I've got some weirdly specific policies about eating.
Never eat in front of someone without offering them a bite.
Or I'll have him put to death.
If someone offers you something to eat without tasting it first,
then, you guessed it, I'll have them put to death.
And finally, if someone's choking,
it's immediate medical attention and a lovely cuddle from me.
Only joking, it's death.
So vote for me, Genghis Khan...
..and you'll get a lovely puppy.
Voting for Genghis Khan compulsory on pain of death.
Puppies not included, no actual vote included.
Terms and conditions state that whether you're dead or alive,
you agree to Genghis Khan being your leader.
TO THE TUNE OF SOUL MAN
# To find myself in South Korea, it is the highlight of my year
# It is an honour to me to be in this capital city
# A Seoul fan, that's S-E-O-U-L
# I'm a Seoul fan... # Hang on, Ed's here as well?
# To be in South Korea is the highlight of my year
# Because in this city, they make my fave ditties
-# Korean pop's my thing,
-I love it
-# And to hear Psy sing,
-I love it
-# This is his hometown
-You knew it
-# Time for a look round
-Let's do it
# Start in Gwanghwamun Square, King Sejong's statue right there
# He instituted this alphabet, symbol of Seoul is the lion yet
# The statue of Yi Sun-sin,
# Spectacular, what a fountain
# Korean naval hero, won 23 battles you know
# Seoul fan, that's S-E-O-U-L
# I'm a Seoul fan
# That's all very well
# You want to see a statue?
# Then Gangnam Style's for you
# At five metres high, dedicated to Psy
# Best song to choose I love it
# Billions of views I saw it
# Get on your knees I praised it
# Step underneath It plays it
# Whoop, whoop, whoop, whoop, whoop
# K-pop star
# On top of Namsan Mountain The N-Seoul Tower is all I'm seeing
# See it everywhere you go It lights up so it can show
# Levels of air pollution It's a unique selling point
# Different colours Yellow, red, they stay inside
# Seoul fan, that's S-E-O-U-L
# I'm a Seoul fan
# OK, so you can spell
# This is the K-Star Road K-pop's walk of fame
# A statue for each star Too many to name
# A kilometre long I love it
# Celebrating song I love it
# At the end of the stroll You've done it
# A Gangnam doll I want it
# Whoop, whoop, whoop, whoop, whoop
# K-pop style
# This is Bukchon Hanok It's like time has stopped the clock
# These patterned tiles and stones are traditional homes
# I know this place, you know It was in a Psy video
# Turns out this tour we're on has something for everyone
# Seoul fans, that's S-E-O-U-L
-# We are Seoul fans
-But we quite like Psy as well. #
Hi, guys. Eddie Blackstuff here. Xin chao from Vietnam.
Thanks for clicking on my totes amazeball food travel vlog.
Today, I'm going to be showing you something you've never seen before.
Coffee with an egg! What?
Egg! Egg. Egg. Egg.
Egg, egg, egg, egg.
Yo, yo, yo. Ninja Art Boy here
and you're watching the only food travel vlog worth watching.
I'm in Hanoi and I'm about to sample a local favourite.
It's an egg coffee.
Well, actually, we call it ca phe trung. It's made from
eggs, coffee, condensed milk and sugar.
-Thanks, local guy. Let's take a selfie.
You've got a lot of food knowledge.
Well, I know a lot of the Hanoi local food
-so I will show you around, if you like?
-Ah, cool, yeah, man.
Don't worry, family. Should be around here somewhere.
Ninja Art Boy? What are you doing here?
I mean, hey, guys, remember to join in
in my live feed hashtag, double the views.
Eddie Blackstuff. You've got to try this egg coffee.
It tastes like a summer's day and also, step aside,
cos I'm about to get the best Vietnamese food tour ever.
I'm the best food vlogger, and I get all the exclusives!
But I found the local first.
-Double the likes.
VOICEOVER: These two might be living in a world of their own
but local is certainly the way to go.
Vietnamese cuisine usually has things like rice or noodles
but this kind of dining is known as street food-style.
Meals are cooked and sold from stalls, carts by the roadside
or from hole-in-the-wall cafes and then eaten straightaway.
Let's see how these two jokers, er, I mean, food vloggers,
are getting on.
I'm here in the old quarter which is over 1,000 years old.
Old. Old. Old. Old.
She's selling pineapples. Crazy!
It's got 36 streets, and some of the shops only sell one thing.
This is my shop and I only sell one thing. Uh.
I bet I can get loads of free stuff.
Uh, I mean, er, buy some souvenirs for my loved ones.
We're walking through this really, really, narrow lane.
It is just full of cool...
Look at all these cool guys and all this cool food.
It's like a jungle in here. I'm sweating
and I'm like a food monkey just looking for tasty snacks.
Aw, there's even room for scooters in here! Check out these guys.
They're just so cool, they just don't care.
-Whoa, what's this?
-This is pho.
Er, of course, I know what this is and I eat it all the time
but could you tell my thousands of followers?
-Beef noodle soup.
We have the clear broth with the noodle, Vietnamese noodle.
And in here, we have the chicken.
Here we go, guys. Wish me luck!
You should change the name, though. Change it to pho-licious. Yeah?
-He loves it.
-Yes, I love it.
-Do you want to be one of my followers?
I'm going to sing chao down on some of this food.
Buns! Dogs! Snails!
Hey! So, there's this food here. What you got?
-We have the rice noodle with pork and Vietnamese herb.
I like cilantro, or as they say in England, coriander.
Aw, man, that is so good.
It doesn't seem like you guys seem to have like meals.
You're just eating all day. What's the deal with that?
-Snack time, yeah.
-You snack, like, all the time. That's amazing.
I like snacking all the time so I can take pictures all the time
and then I can blog all the time. Alone in my room.
-Well, guys, that's it. Hope you enjoyed
-Hanoi street food tour.
I'm just going to sit back and enjoy some boom-ti-boom.
Boom-ti-boom? No, it's called banh tom and it's made up of...
What's it made of again?
Yes, it's made from the fried pancake
with the rice batter and sweet potato.
Yeah, whatever. Keep clicking on the videos!
Repost, guys. Care and sharing and stuff.
Keep watching so I get free stuff. Are these chopsticks free?
Are the napkins free? What else is free?
# Inel versus Johnny in the main event! #
This is going to be a great New Year, Johnny.
-Six, five, four...
-All the good times, good friends and good luck.
-And my New Year's resolution.
Complete my bucket list.
Hang on, what's on your bucket list?
-Happy New Year. Ha-ha!
JOHNNY TOOTS LESS ENTHUSIASTICALLY
VOICEOVER: Oi! Now, you shouldn't soak your best mate
unless you're celebrating Thai New Year!
The biggest, funnest and wettest water fight in the world
and the best place in the world to celebrate is
with 500,000 happy Thai people in the ancient city of Chiang Mai.
It's a tradition here to celebrate New Year on April 13.
That's because they follow the Buddhist calendar.
This is a crazy kind of New Year!
Crazy! I'm soaked through!
Well, you won't have much time to dry off
because Songkran Thai New Year lasts three days in a row.
I think you two might need some expert advice.
Ah! Now this looks like the place.
-Ah, yes, sir. You need bigger water pistol.
So how does this Songkran festival work?
Can you just soak anyone?
-No, no, no, no, no!
You cannot soak old people, monks or little babies.
Everyone else is fine. Just like you guys!
We definitely need bigger water pistols.
We're going to need bigger water guns.
Now you have bigger guns, you might need some water.
Luckily enough, the walled city of Chang Mai
is surrounded by a moat filled with the stuff.
The thing is, me and Inel, we both feel the same.
-We don't want to start trouble, OK?
-OK? We won't shoot first.
-That's the thing.
-We won't shoot first most of the time.
-Yeah, most of the time.
Oh, dear. Our damp duo are no match for the watery armies of Chiang Mai.
I think it's time to return to the temples to dry off
and discover the true meaning of Songkran.
Ah, this is much better.
Much less watery. Ooh!
-Sah wah dee khrap.
-Sah wah dee khaa.
So, what's going on here, then?
-Well, this is the beginning of Songkran.
People come to the temple and wash the Buddha
as a blessing for good luck.
I mean, this is beautiful and everything
but what's that got to do with the water fights going on
out there on the street?
-By pouring water on each other,
we wash away the bad things from last year
and have new blessings for the New Year.
Oh, so it's less about soaking other people
-and more about getting soaked yourself?
So, the more you get soaked,
the better luck you're going to have for the year.
So what is it that Songkran actually means?
-Songkran means to transform or change.
It's the Thai New Year, a new beginning, if you like, you know.
Shall we go and bless the Buddha?
To truly embrace Songkran, and win the AOTP Trophy,
Johnny and Inel will have to return to the watery battlefield.
Armed with new-found knowledge and carefully designed costumes,
they must strive to gain the most luck.
They will transform and truly become Songkran superheroes.
Nice towels, boys!
Why are we dressed like this?
We look ridiculous. We're walking targets.
-Well, that's the point. We want to get splashed by water.
Listen, I don't need any luck to beat you, Inel.
I was born to do this.
-OK, guys. Here's the rules.
You've got 15 minutes to try and fill up your bottle with water.
The one with the most water wins.
OK, well, when do we start?
OK, three, two, one.
Happy Songkran Day!
Get some in that. Yeah. There we go.
In there, in there, in there. In the top, in the hat.
I need more. Put some in there.
It's a good start from Johnny!
No pain, no gain!
Get it in the top!
Oh, no, Inel. Looks like you're leaking water.
In the top! I need more than that.
-Get it in there.
-Quick, in the hat, in the hat!
Fill it up, fill it up!
Absolutely getting drenched.
It's the bottle, not the face, Johnny!
The cold ones are the worst!
Inel's getting the hang of it now.
Ah! Here we go.
Still standing. Give me your worst!
That was a full-on bucket.
Woohoo! This is wet and wild and lots of fun.
In the eye!
These guys are absolutely winning it for me!
Johnny seems confident!
Is that it?
That's the bottle.
Here we go. Yeah, yeah!
Fill it up!
Ah, I'm definitely winning this. Keep going, keep going. In the hat!
Give me your worst, guys. In the hat.
Quick, get it in there. get it in there, get it in there!
Ooh, a late surge by Inel. He wants the victory.
Oh, fill it up, fill it up, fill it up.
Time's running out, boys.
That's not in the hat. It's in the face and he knows it!
-OK, guys. Let's see how you did.
The winner of the All Over The Place trophy is Inel!
The winner! What a result!
I'm not crying, honestly. It's just...
Got dust in my eye.
-Some people get all the luck.
You've been watching All Over The Place Asia!
Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates take another amazing and offbeat journey around Asia. This time they encounter huge komodo dragons in Indonesia, scale a massive statue of Ghenghis Khan in Mongolia, try out some K-Pop moves in South Korea, drink egg coffee in Vietnam and get soaked at one of the world's biggest water fights in Thailand. Ed is joined on this bonkers road trip by Johnny Cochrane, Talisha 'Tee Cee' Johnson, Ricky Martin, Ben Shires, Inel Tomlinson and Naomi Wilkinson - there's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace and it turns up all over the place!