Chiang Mai 1995
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.

Officially opened by King Bhumibol Adulyadej King of Thailand Ceremony venue 700th Anniversary Stadium
18th South East Asian Games  Chiang Mai 1995
Opening Ceremony 09 Dec 1995
Closing Ceremony 17 Dec 1995
Host City Chiang Mai
Country Thailand
Nations Participating 10
Sports 28
Sports/Disciplines 28
Sports / Disciplines
Bowling BW
Archery AR
Badminton BD
Basketball BK
Boxing BX
Fencing FE
Football FB
Golf GO
Hockey HO
Judo JU
Rowing RO
Rugby RU
Sepaktakraw SE
Sailing SA
Shooting SH
Squash SQ
Table Tennis TT
Taekwondo TK
Tennis TE
Volleyball VB
Weightlifting WL
Aquatics AQ
Athletics AT
Cycling CY
Equestrian EQ
Gymnastics GY
Billiards Sports BS
Pencak Silat PS
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Asian Marks

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Emblem, Chiang Mai 1995

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Mascot, Chiang Mai 1995
Sawasdee, a Siamese cat was the official 1995 SEA Games mascot.

Asian Results

Final Medal Table

Sport Federations

Asian Federations

International Federations