1995 Southeast Asian Games

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18th Southeast Asian Games
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Theme: ""
Nations participating 10
Events --- in 28 sports
Opening ceremony December 9, 1995
Closing ceremony December 17, 1995
Officially opened by King Bhumibol Adulyadej
King of Thailand
Ceremony venue 700th Anniversary Stadium

The 18th Southeast Asian Games were held in Chiang Mai, Thailand in 1995. It was the first time that a non-capital city hosted the biennial sports event. The games were opened by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. With the return of Cambodia, all ten members of the federation were present to compete in the SEA Games for the first time.

Mascot[edit]

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Sawasdee (Thai: สวัสดี), a Siamese cat with Bo Sang umbrella was the official 1995 SEA Games mascot.

Sawasdee is the word often spoken with the wai as a greeting or farewell in Thailand.

Bo Sang Village of Chiang Mai province is famed throughout Thailand for the making of exquisitely hand made and painted umbrellas.

Medal count[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Thailand 157 98 91 346
2  Indonesia 77 67 77 221
3  Philippines 33 48 64 145
4  Malaysia 31 49 69 149
5  Singapore 26 27 42 95
6  Vietnam 10 18 24 52
7  Myanmar 4 21 37 62
8  Brunei 0 2 6 8
9=  Cambodia 0 0 2 2
9=  Laos 0 0 2 2
Total 338 330 414 1082

Sports[edit]

Venues[edit]

Chiang Mai

700th Anniversary Sport Complex[edit]

  • Main Stadium (Opening and Closing Ceremony, Athletics, Football)
  • Aquatics Centre (Aquatics Sport)
  • Gymnasium 1 (Volleyball)
  • Gymnasium 2 (Basketball)
  • Gymnasium 3 (Badminton, Sepak Takraw)
  • Shooting Range (Shooting)
  • Tennis Court (Tennis)
  • Velodrome (Cycling)

Other venues[edit]

  • Chiang Mai-Lamphun Golf Course (Golf)
  • Chiang Mai University (Archery, Table Tennis)
  • Lanna Poly Technical School (Taekwondo)
  • Mae Joe Institute of Agricultural Technology (Gymnastic, Hockey)
  • Mae Kuang Reservoir (Rowing)
  • Mongfort Collage (Judo)
  • Municipal Sport Complex (Rugby Football, Weightlifting)
  • Pack Squadron Riding Ground (Equestrian)
  • Pang Suan Kaew Hotel (Billiards and Snooker)
  • Payap University (Boxing)
  • Wattanothai Payap School (Fencing)
Chon Buri
  • Ambassador Jomtien Hotel (Squash)
  • Dong Tan Beach-Sattahip Bay (Sailing)
  • Star Bowl (Bowling)
Lamphun
  • Lamphun Sport Complex (Football, Pencak Silat)

Broadcast[edit]

SEA Games 1995 Also Broadcast by Indonesian National TV Station, TVRI, RCTI, SCTV, TPI, ANteve & Indosiar Since 9-17 December 1995

References[edit]


Preceded by
1993
Singapore
Southeast Asian Games Succeeded by
1997
Jakarta, Indonesia