About the ASEAN

What is the ASEAN?

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or commonly known as ASEAN, was established in Bangkok, Thailand on August 8, 1967. ASEAN, which is composed of 10 countries including Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Brunei and the Philippines, aims to build camaraderie and spread unity and prosperity among the Southeast Asian nations. The organization also strives for improvement and progress not only in an economic aspect but also in political, social, and cultural facets.