Official Languages of ASEAN Countries

Enter official languages using 10 countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Last updated: October 14, 2014
First submittedOctober 12, 2014
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Burmese (Burma)
Chinese (Singapore)
English (Philippines, Singapore)
Filipino (Philippines)
Indonesian (Indonesia)
Khmer (Cambodia)
Lao (Laos)
Malay (Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore)
Tamil (Singapore)
Thai (Thailand)
Vietnamese (Vietnam)
Level 75
Oct 12, 2014
Indonesian and Malay are the same language. I studied it at school, have visited both countries, and the language appeared the same to me in both countries. I understand there are tiny differences that make them about as different to each other as American English is to British English. .
Level 37
Jul 22, 2021
We Malaysians, Singaporeans, and Bruneians, are with no problem with that. But someone ultra-nationalist in Indonesia really wanted to separate Indonesian and Malay language otherwise it comes from the same origin.
Level 34
Oct 15, 2021
Yeah...I agree. As a person in Singapore, Malay and Indonesian have been spoken here. And even if i don't hear Indonesian at all sometimes, I barely hear it, but I read up that Malay is almost the same as Indonesian.
Level 7
Oct 14, 2014
English is also official to the Philippines not just Singapore.
Level 71
Dec 8, 2014
Accept Javanese for "Indonesian" please
Level 37
Jul 22, 2021
I'm sorry but Javanese is not Indonesian but it's a part of Indonesian language.