The South-East Asian Games is commonly known as the SEA Games. It is held every two years involving 11 countries of Southeast Asia competing in a range of sports. The South-East Asian Games were originally called the Southeast Asian Peninsular Games, and changed its name after the inclusion of Brunei, the Philippines and Indonesia in 1977.
The first SEA Games were held in Bangkok in 1959, comprising more than 527 athletes and officials in 12 sports. The counties that participated were Thailand, Burma, Malaya (now Malaysia), Singapore, South Vietnam and Laos.
There is also a ASEAN Para Games.
Current South-East Asian Games Participating Countries
The next South East Asian Games
- 2023 XXXII Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- 2025 XXXIII Thailand
- 2027 XXXIV Malaysia
- The ASEAN Para Games, ASEAN University Games
- About the Asian Games and other events in the region
- Other International Multi-Events
- Multi-Sport Events (Games) Calendar