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South-East Asia

  • Brunei Darussalam

    Brunei (full name, Sultanate of Brunei or Brunei Darussalam) covers an...

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  • Cambodia

    Cambodia (full name, Kingdom of Cambodia) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Indonesia

    Indonesia (full name, Republic of Indonesia) is an archipelago comprising...

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  • Lao PDR

    Laos (full name, Lao People's Democratic Republic) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Malaysia

    Malaysia (full name, Federation of Malaysia) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Myanmar

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  • Philippines

    The Philippines (full name, Republic of the Philippines) is an archipelago...

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  • Singapore

    Singapore (full name, Republic of Singapore) comprises islands between...

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  • Thailand

    Thailand (full name, Kingdom of Thailand) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Timor-Leste

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  • Viet Nam

    Vietnam (full name, Socialist Republic of Vietnam) covers an area of approximately...

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South-East Asia

The part of the world referred to as south-east Asia includes countries lying to the south of China, east of India and north of Australia. It is an area of high seismic and volcanic activity. South-east Asia consists of two distinct regions: mainland south-east Asia which includes the countries of Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam; and maritime south-east Asia which includes the surrounding island arcs and archipelagos that lie to the east and southeast - Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Timor-Leste. South-east Asia falls within the warm, humid tropics, and its climate is typically referred to as monsoonal, meaning that rainfall is high across the entire region, varying in relation to the monsoon winds. These conditions have led to the growth of the second largest rain forest on earth.