Southeast Asia is rich in wildlife with animals such as orangutans, leopards, elephants, water buffalo and rhinos. There is also significant diversity in culture, language, and religion. Much of Southeast Asia is rainforest and the climate is very wet. The wet weather makes the area prime for rice patty agriculture making rice the main staple in the Southeast Asian diet.
Countries of Southeast AsiaLearn more about the countries from the continent of Southeast Asia. Get all sorts of information on each Southeast Asian country including a map, a picture of the flag, population, and much more. Select the country below for more information:
Fun Facts about Southeast Asia:Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world.
The largest book in the world is said to be in the Kuthodaw Pagoda in Myanmar.
Orang (as in orangutan) means "person" in the language of Malay.
Hundreds of animals in Southeast Asia are on the brink of extinction. This includes the Sumatran Tiger and the Sumatran Rhino.
There are around 20,000 islands in Southeast Asia.
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