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Southeast Asia is a region of coastal comforts. Not only are the nations of the southern mainland included in this region, so are a number of island nations and overseas protectorates.

One exception is the islands that surround New Guinea, as they are geologically connected by the Sahul Shelf to the continent of Australia.

Southeast Asia is a region that tends to be hot and humid all year long. Rainfall is plentiful, but there are some regions where sunshine dominates the day. There is a wet season and a dry season, so plan your stay according to your preference.

At the same time, Southeast Asia is both a land of tradition and antiquity and one that marvels at its forward progress. Visitors can gain a glimpse of history with a visit to Komodo National Park to see the mighty Komodo dragons or stay in the towering hotels of Singapore and enjoy some of the best street food in the world.

Southeast Asia is also a region that has developed its resort infrastructure to be some of the best in the world today. You’ll find long stretches of beaches, often with white or golden sands. You’ll find beautiful promenades. Water sports are abundant in the often-turquoise waters. With a favorite cocktail in hand, you can enjoy the beach all day and choose to do nothing.

Or you can choose to do everything, with mountains, grasslands, and forests to explore. Numerous national parks offer intriguing exploration opportunities within this region. Many tour operators can provide multi-day experiences while still providing 5-star hotel access.

Southeast Asia is easily one of the most beautiful regions of our planet. Come to one of these areas and you will be amazed at what can be discovered here.

Below you find a list of countries belonging to the region known as Southeast Asia.

Southeast Asia A - Z


Southeast Asia