Nay Pyi Taw 2013
The 27 th SEA Games will be hosted by Myanmar from 11 to 22 Dec 2013. The venue will be at the Capital Naypyitaw, Yangon, Mandalay and Ngwe Saung Beach. With the supports of the ASEAN friends Myanmar has the opportunity to host the game again after 44 years. Myanmar was the host for 1961, 2 nd SEAP Game and 1969, 5 th SEAP Game. 2013 is a remarkable year for Myanmar as the main venue for the Games will be at her new State Capital Naypyitaw for the first time.

Wunna Theikdi Stadium will be the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Games. Most of the major events will be held in Naypyitaw Sports Facilities.

Wunna Theikdi Stadium has the seating capacity of Naypyitaw, declared to be the biggest Stadium in Myanmar.

In Yangon the venues are at Thuwana National Sports Complex, Aung San Stadium, MCC, Theinphyu Stadium, NIS(1) and North Dagon Shooting Range. Aung San Stadium is the oldest National Stadium which has hosted the last two SEAP Games. A beautiful white sand beach in Ngwe Saung, about 4 hours drive from Yangon will co-host the water sports, sailing.

Mandalay the culture city of Myanmar will also co-host the Games at its biggest Bahtoo Stadium. All the participants will be competed in 33 sports events, the glory every sportsman intend to pursue in their lives. The Theme for this year SEA Game is Green, Clean and Friendship.
27th South East Asian Games  Nay Pyi Taw 2013
Opening Ceremony 11 Dec 2013
Closing Ceremony 22 Dec 2013
Host City Nay Pyi Taw
Country Myanmar
Nations Participating 11
Events 440
Sports 33
Sports/Disciplines 45
Participating NOCs
BRU Brunei Darussalam
MAS Malaysia
THA Thailand
CAM Cambodia
MYA Myanmar
TLS Timor-Leste
INA Indonesia
PHI Philippines
VIE Vietnam
LAO Laos
SIN Singapore
Sports / Disciplines
Diving ADV
Swimming ASW
Waterpolo AWP
Archery AR
Athletics AT
Badminton BD
Basketball BK
Billiards Sports BS
Bodybuilding BO
Boxing BX
Canoe / Kayak
Sprint CSP
Chess CH
Chinlone CL
Cycling Road CRD
Mountain Bike CMB
Equestrian EQ
Dressage EDR
Jumping EJU
Football FB
Futsal FFL
Golf GO
Hockey HO
Judo JU
Karate KR
Kempo KKP
Muay MY
Pencak Silat PS
Petanque PQ
Rowing RO
Sailing SA
Sepaktakraw SE
Shooting SH
Table Tennis TT
Taekwondo TK
Traditional Boat Race TB
Volleyball VB
Vovinam VV
Weightlifting WL
Wrestling WR
Wushu WU
Taolu WUT
Sanshou WUS
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