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4 BRUNEI CAMBODIA INDONESIA LAO PDR MALAYSIA MYANMAR The PHILIPPINES SINGAPORE THAILAND VIET NAM Next Back

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6 Head of State : His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah Capital : Bandar Seri Begawan Language(s) : Malay, English Currency : B$ (Brunei Dollar) Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade of Brunei Darussalam Website : www.mfa.gov.bn www.mfa.gov.bn Head of State : His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah Capital : Bandar Seri Begawan Language(s) : Malay, English Currency : B$ (Brunei Dollar) Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade of Brunei Darussalam Website : www.mfa.gov.bn www.mfa.gov.bn Main Next Back

7 Head of State : His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni Head of Government : Prime Minister Hun Sen Capital : Phnom Penh Language : Khmer Currency : Riel Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation of Cambodia Website: www.mfaic.gov.khwww.mfaic.gov.kh Head of State : His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni Head of Government : Prime Minister Hun Sen Capital : Phnom Penh Language : Khmer Currency : Riel Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation of Cambodia Website: www.mfaic.gov.khwww.mfaic.gov.kh Main Next Back

8 Head of State : President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Capital : Jakarta Language : Indonesian Currency : Rupiah Department of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia Website : www.deplu.go.id www.deplu.go.id Head of State : President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Capital : Jakarta Language : Indonesian Currency : Rupiah Department of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia Website : www.deplu.go.id www.deplu.go.id Main Next Back

9 Headof State : President Choummaly Sayasone Head of Government : Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong Capital : Vientiane Language : Lao Currency : Kip Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lao PDR Website : www.mofa.gov.la www.mofa.gov.la Headof State : President Choummaly Sayasone Head of Government : Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong Capital : Vientiane Language : Lao Currency : Kip Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lao PDR Website : www.mofa.gov.la www.mofa.gov.la Main Next Back

10 Head of Government : The Honourable Dato' Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak Capital : Kuala Lumpur Language(s) : Malay, English, Chinese, Tamil Currency : Ringgit Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia Website: ASEAN-Malaysia National Secretariat Website Head of Government : The Honourable Dato' Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak Capital : Kuala Lumpur Language(s) : Malay, English, Chinese, Tamil Currency : Ringgit Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia Website: ASEAN-Malaysia National Secretariat Website Main Next Back

11 Head of State : Senior General Than Shwe Head of Government : Prime Minister General Thein Sein Capital : Nay Pyi Daw Language : Myanmar Currency : Kyat Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar Website : www.mofa.gov.mmwww.mofa.gov.mm Head of State : Senior General Than Shwe Head of Government : Prime Minister General Thein Sein Capital : Nay Pyi Daw Language : Myanmar Currency : Kyat Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar Website : www.mofa.gov.mmwww.mofa.gov.mm Main Next Back

12 Head of State : President Benigno S. Aquino III Capital : Manila Language(s) : Filipino, English, Spanish Currency : Peso Department of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines Website : www.dfa.gov.phwww.dfa.gov.ph Head of State : President Benigno S. Aquino III Capital : Manila Language(s) : Filipino, English, Spanish Currency : Peso Department of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines Website : www.dfa.gov.phwww.dfa.gov.ph Main Next Back

13 Head of State : President Tony Tan Keng Yam Head of Government : Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Capital : Singapore Language(s) : English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil Currency : S$ (Singapore Dollar) Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore Website : www.mfa.gov.sgwww.mfa.gov.sg Head of State : President Tony Tan Keng Yam Head of Government : Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Capital : Singapore Language(s) : English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil Currency : S$ (Singapore Dollar) Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore Website : www.mfa.gov.sgwww.mfa.gov.sg Main Next Back

14 Head of State : His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Head of Government : Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Capital : Bangkok Language : Thai Currency : Baht Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand Website: www.mfa.go.th www.mfa.go.th Head of State : His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Head of Government : Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra Capital : Bangkok Language : Thai Currency : Baht Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand Website: www.mfa.go.th www.mfa.go.th Main Next Back

15 Head of State : President Truong Tan Dang Head of Government : Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung Capital : Ha Noi Language : Vietnamese Currency : Dong Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Viet Nam Website: www.mofa.gov.vn www.mofa.gov.vn Head of State : President Truong Tan Dang Head of Government : Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung Capital : Ha Noi Language : Vietnamese Currency : Dong Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Viet Nam Website: www.mofa.gov.vn www.mofa.gov.vn Main Next Back

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24 The ASEAN Way Next Back

25 Myanmar The Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Brunei Cambodia Indonesia Loa PDR Malaysia Next Back

26 Baju Melayu is a traditional Malay outfit for men. The female version of the baju melayu is called the baju kurung. Malaysia Main Next Back

27 The most popular andwidely-recognizedVietnamese nationalcostume is the Áo dài,which is worn nowadaysmostly by women,although men do wear Áodài on special occasionssuch as weddings andfunerals. Áo dài is similarto the Chinese Qipao,consisting of a long gownwith a slit on both sides,worn over silk pants. Main Next Back

28 The longyi is the Myanmar national dress worn by men as well as women. It is basically a piece of cloth sown into a cylindrical tube, slipped over the head by men and stepped into by the women and tucked in at the waist. Men and women however fasten their longyis at the waist in different ways. Men fold the garment into two panels and knot it neatly at waist level Main Next Back

29 Bruneians wear traditional Malay costumes. Men wear baju melayu and ladies wear baju kurung. Main Next Back

30 Lao women wear the silk skirts, blouses and scarves to attend important ceremonies. Lao men wear salong, big large pants or the peasant pants. Main Next Back

31 A Kebaya is a traditional blouse-dress combination worn by women in Indonesia. It is sometimes made from sheer material and usually worn with a sarong or batik. Indonesian men generally wear sarongs (usually with a checkered pattern) in the home. In public, the sarong is worn only when attending Friday prayers at the mosque. For formal national occasions, the men wear batik shirts with trousers or teluk beskap, a combination of the Javanese jacket and sarong. Main Next Back

32 The barong Tagalog (or simply barong) is an embroidered formal garment of the Philippines. In Filipino culture it is a common wedding and formal attire, mostly for men but also for women. The balintawak is the traditional Filipino costume for women.The costume typically features a white or cream-coloured blouse with puffy-butterfly short sleeves. Main Next Back

33 The women's national costume is named the Chakri. It is made up of Thai silk. The dress includes a back-less and shoulder-less shirt, a ready-to-wear skirt with Na-nang ( a typical Thai cutting style on a center of a skirt), and a shawl which is made by organdy.The men's national costume is known as sue phraratchatan (royally bestowed shirt). Main Next Back

34 The traditional Cambodian sampot is a woman's long skirt with a fold or pleat in the front, but some sampot styles actually look more like trousers. It is worn with a modest shirt or blouse. On special occasions women match the color of their sampot to the traditional color for that day. Cambodian men typically wear cotton or silk shirts with short or long sleeves. They wear cotton trousers as well. Main Next Back

35 Singapore does not really have its own national costume because there are 4 different main races which are the Chinese, Malay, Indian and the Eurasians. Each race has their own costumes. Main Next

36 Myanmar The Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Brunei Cambodia Indonesia Loa PDR Malaysia Next Back

37 Ambuyat is considered the most popular delicacy in Brunei. It is made from sago and eaten by dipping a serving in a hot and thick sauce called cacah. Ambuyat, in replacement of rice, is served with a minimum of three main and side dishes. Main Next Back

38 Amok is a traditional Cambodian dish. It's fish mixed with curry sauce( kroeung), coconut milk and steamed in a boat made origami fashion from a banana leaf Main Next Back

39 Gado-gado is one of the well-known dishes from Indonesia. It is vegetable salad with peanut sauce. It is usually served with tomato wedges, bean sprouts, tofu, cabbage and boiled eggs. Main Next Back

40 Chicken soup is a traditional Lao dish. Lemongrass, basil leaves, garlic and onions are important ingredients. Undoubtedly, Lao food is one of the greatest and healthiest cuisines with many types of fresh herbs. Main Next Back

41 Nasi Lemak is one of the well-known dishes from Malaysia. It is Malaysian coconut milk rice with dried anchovies. Serve hot or cold with fried peanuts, crispy anchovies, cucumber slices, boiled eggs and sweet chilli paste. Main Next

42 Vietnam Nem is one of Vietnams favourite dishes. It is very easy to prepare. Ingredients used for Nem comprise of lean minced pork, sea crabs or unshelled shrimps, mushroom, dried onion, duck eggs, pepper, salt and different kinds of seasoning. All are mixed thoroughly before being wrapped with transparent rice paper into small rolls. These rolls are then fried in boiling oil. Main Next Back

43 Adobo is the most popular Filipino dish.It can be made with either chicken or pork, but it is typically made with chicken. It is easily cooked by adding the pork and chicken to the pan. Then add 2 cups of water, 1/4 cup of soy sauce, vinegar, paprika and the bay leaves. After that bring to a boil and cover and simmer for 30 minutes or when meat is tender. It is typically served with steamed white rice. Main Next Back

44 Laksa is spicy noodle that is popular in Singapore. It is a noodle dish in coconut milk and curry soup. Main Next Back

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46 Lahpet is a national dish of Myanmar. It is served traditionally in a shallow lacquer ware dish called lahpet ohk with a lid and divided into small compartments - pickled tea is laced with sesame oil in a central compartment surrounded, in their own compartments, by other ingredients namely crisp fried garlic, peas and peanuts, toasted sesame, crushed dried shrimp, preserved shredded ginger and fried shredded coconut. Main Next Back

47 ASEAN Currency Next Back

48 The Brunei Dollar (BND) is the official currency of Brunei Darussalam. Brunei Dollar = 25 Thai Baht Brunei Darussalam Main Next Back

49 The Cambodian Riel (KHR) is the official currency of Cambodia. 150 Cambodian Riel = 1 Thai Baht Cambodia Main Next

50 The Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the official currency of Indonesia. 1000 Indonesian Rupiah = 3 Thai Baht Main Next Back

51 The Lao Kip (LAK) is the official currency of Laos. 1000 Lao Kip = 4 Thai Baht Main Next Back

52 The Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) is the official currency of Malaysia. *1 Malaysian Ringgit = 10.1288474 Thai Baht The Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) is the official currency of Malaysia. *1 Malaysian Ringgit = 10.1288474 Thai Baht Main Next Back

53 The Myanmar Kyat (MMK) is the official currency of Myanmar. 1 Myanmar Kyat = 5 Thai baht Main Next Back

54 The Philippine Peso (PHP) is the official currency of the Philippines. 1.40 Philippine Peso = 1 Thai Baht Main Next Back

55 The Thai Baht (THB) is the official currency of Thailand. Main Next Back

56 The Singapore Dollar (SGD) is the official currency of Singapore. 1 Singapore Dollar = 24.50 Thai Baht Main Next Back

57 The Vietnamese Dong (VND) is the official currency of Vietnam. 900 Vietnamese Dong = 1 Thai Baht Main Next Back

58 Myanmar The Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Brunei Cambodia Indonesia Loa PDR Malaysia Next Back

59 The Simpor (Dillenia Suffruticosa) tree has large bright yellow petals and large leaves. When fully in bloom, the petals spreading out like an umbrella. The image of the Simpor flower is found on the Brunei one- dollar bank note. It is also widely used in Brunei in art design for traditional handicrafts. The Simpor is commonly found along the rivers in Brunei, especially the Temburong River, and also at swamp or white sand areas. Most parts of the tree have multiple uses, for instance, the treatment of wounds. Main Next Back

60 The Rumdul (Mitrella Mesnyi) bears a small yellowish-white flower with a single alternate leaf. The flower produces a distinctive fragrance which is prominent in the evening. Due to its attractive scent, the Khmer women had often been compared to the Rumdul flower during the ancient times. The Rumdul tree, which grows to a height of 8 - 12 meters, can be seen almost everywhere in Cambodia, and is often planted as a decorative tree in public parks. Rumdul is the national flower of Cambodia. Main Next Back

61 The Moon Orchid or Angrek bulan (Phalaenopsis Amabilis) is one of Indonesias three national flowers. The other two are Jasminum sambac and the Rafflesia arnoldii. The Moon Orchid is one of the longest blooming orchids. The inflorescence are branched and can last from two to six months before dropping. The Moon Orchid usually blooms two to three times a year once it has reached maturity. It thrives in moist temperature so it is widely found in the lowlands of Indonesia. Main Next Back

62 The Dok Champa (Plumeria) is the national flower and official symbol of Lao PDR. The waxy flower with a sweet scent can be found in many colors: red, yellow, pink and multiple pastels. For the Lao people, Dok Champa represents sincerity and joy in life. The flower is often used as a decoration in ceremonies or made into a garland to welcoming guests. The Dok Champa blooms everyday and lasts a long time. The trees are planted throughout the country and in particular, can be seen near the monastic areas. Main Next Back

63 The five-petaled Bunga raya (Hibiscus Rosa- Sinensis) has been Malaysias national flower since 1960. Symbolically, the five petals of the bunga raya represent the Five Principles of Nationhood – Malaysias national philosophy in strengthening national unity and tolerance -- while the red colour represents courage. The flower can be found throughout the country and parts of the Bunga rayas shrub have medicinal and cosmetic uses. Main Next Back

64 The Paduak (Pterocarpus Indicus) blossoms in tiny fragrant yellow-gold flowers after the first showers in April, coinciding with the Myanmar New Year festival. Once in bloom, the entire tree turns gold overnight. The Myanmar people regard the Paduak tree as the symbol of strength and durability. The beautiful flower also signifies youth, love and romance. The flower plays an indispensable part in traditional and religious ceremonies. The Paduak can be found throughout the country. The wood of the tree is also used for making furniture. Main Next Back

65 The Sampaguita Jasmine (Arabian Jasmine) was adopted as the national flower of the Philippines since 1934. The Sampaguita bears a white, star-shaped flower which blooms for the full year. The flower opens at night and lasts for about one day, producing a unique sweet scent. For the Filipino people, the flower is the symbol of purity, simplicity, humility and strength. Its blossom is celebrated in Philippine legends, stories and songs. It is believed that the flower was brought from the Himalayan areas to the Philippines in the 17th century. Main Next Back

66 Vanda Miss Joaquim is the national flower of Singapore. The best known orchid in Singapore is the national flower, Vanda Miss Joaquim. The orchid is a hybrid and was named after its breeder. The orchid bears an exquisitely beautiful (purple) color and shape. It blooms throughout the year. Its unique features won it the status of the official national flower of Singapore, over forty contenders, in 1981. Vanda Miss Joaquim is commonly planted in Singapore Main Next Back

67 Ratchaphreuk is the national flower of Thailand The Ratchaphruek (Cassia Fistula Linn) tree bears beautiful yellow cluster-shaped flowers. The Thai people regard its yellow hue as the colour of Buddhism and the colour of glory. Ratchaphruek blooms annually from February to May and symbolises the unity and harmony of the Thai people. While the flowers are blossoming, the tree sheds its leaves, leaving only bright yellow flowers hanging on its branches. The Ratchaphruek is widely known in Thailand and is grown in abundance along the roadsides. Main Next Back

68 Lotus is the national flower of Vietnam The people of Viet Nam regard the Lotus as one of the four graceful flowers and plants, along with the pine, bamboo, and chrysanthemum. Known as the flower of the dawn, the Lotus is found throughout the country at lakes and ponds. To the Vietnamese, the lotus is the symbol of purity, commitment and optimism for the future. The elegance of the lotus is often cited in the Vietnamese folk songs and poems Main Next Back

69 Do the test The test has 20 items. Please check it all. Directi ons Back Next

70 1. How many countries belong to ASEAN today? Back Next

71 2. What is the capital city of Indonesia? Back Next

72 3. When was the ASEAN founded? Back Next

73 4. Hanoi is the capital city of................. Back Next

74 5. Which country does this flag belong to? Back Next

75 6. What does ASEAN stand for? Back Next

76 7. Which country does not belong to ASEAN? Back Next

77 8. Which country joined ASEAN in 1999 ? Back Next

78 9. How many stars does the Singapore's flag have? Back Next

79 10. How many stripes are there on the flag of Loas? Back Next

80 11. What is the name of the anthem of ASEAN? Back Next

81 12. What is not the National dishes of ASEAN? Back Next

82 13. What is the national flower of Thailand? Back Next

83 14. How many colors are there on the flag of ASEAN? Back Next

84 15. What does the blue color on the flag of ASEAN represent? Back Next

85 16. Which country does this flag belong to? Back Next

86 17. What is the capital city of Laos? Back Next

87 18. Lotus is the national flower of………… Back Next

88 19. Which one is not the capital city of ASEAN member states? Back Next

89 20. How many stars are there on the flag of the Philippines? Back Next

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