See Every Wacky, Wild Photo of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall on Their Latest Tour!
TRY IT OUT
Prince Charles tries using a blowgun, a traditional Indonesian weapon, in Kuching, Malaysia.
ON THE GO
Not their typical mode of transport! Charles and Camilla head to the Sarawak Cultural Village on a floating raft (complete with a roof)
A CLOSER LOOK
Known nature lover Charles takes a peek at the orangutans living in Semenggoh Wildlife Centre in Kuching, Malaysia.
And then gets to shake hands with one!
In Penang, Malaysia, Charles and Camilla are draped in traditoinal garb.
Charles and Camilla walk with a group of locals on their way to a visit to the Sri Mahamariamman Temple in Penang, Malaysia.
Camilla chats with two budding chefs during an afternoon in Kuala Lumpur.
Doctor Charles, that's who! The royal got a peek inside a replica of a "tardis," which are usually seen on the hit show Doctor Who.
Charles may not have much experience in the housekeeping department, but that didn't stop him from trying out a vaccuum during a visit to the Dyson Technology Centre in Singapore on November 1.
At Singapore's Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts on November 1, Charles relaxes on a daybed crafted by students. (Hey, royal tours can be exhausting!)
Evaluating the selection at Singapore's Tiong Bahru Market on November 1.
Upon their arrival at the market, Charles and Camilla were greated by two larger-than-life dragons.
In Singapore on October 30, the royal couple handed over the Queen's Commonwealth Baton (which is passed around the Commonwealth nations ahead of the Commonwealth Games) to a group of athletes.
Later on in Singapore, they posed next to an orchid named for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. (Who are . . . Charles and Camilla!)
ONE WITH NATURE
Before seeing their dedicated orchid, Charles and Camilla toured the Golden Arches in the National Orchid Garden.
MAKING AN ENTRANCE
After they touched down in Kuala Lumpur on November 2, Charles and Camilla strolled the red carpet rolled out for the arrival.
ACCESSORIZED FOR THE OCCASION
At the Edinburgh Palace in Brunei on November 2, Charles attended a Gurkha reception while wearing a traditional garland around his neck.