Malaysia issued a miniature sheet with four stamps on UNESCO World Heritage Sites on 09 Apr 2009.
50 sen – Historic City of Straits of Malacca (World Heritage Site 2008)
50 sen – Taman Kinabalu, Sabah (World Heritage Site 2000)-First national Parks of Malaysia built in 1964. It is Malaysia’s First UNESCO Heritage sites. It is surrounded by Mount Kinabalu -the highest mountain on the Island of Borneo. This park is home to 4,500 species of Flora and Fauna including 326 Bird species.
50 sen – George Town, Penang (World Heritage Site 2008)
50 sen – Taman Negara Mulu, Sarawak – Mulu National Park has one of the largest known Caves in the World.
Indonesia issued a set of Four stamps on Traditional Dances on 27 Dec 1995.
Rp 150 – Nguri Dance from West Nusa Tenggara.It is a traditional ceremonial welcoming dance.
Rp 300 – Muli Betanggai Dance from Lampung. It was originally performed at the Gawi event of Lampung community. Now a spectacle or performance dance at major events.
Rp 700 – Mutiara Dance from Maluku. It is a dance which portrays the natural wealth of Maluku -the Pearls. The dancers use pearl producing shells.
Rp 1000- Gantar Dance from East Kalimantan. This dance tells about the joy of Dayak tribe while planting rice. The dancers use a long stick and a small piece of Bamboo (Gantar) to perform this dance. Stick to dig a hole in ground and bamboo containing seeds to be planted.
First Day Covers India 2018 – ASEAN -INDIA Commemorative Summit.
The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) comprises of Indonesia , Singapore , Philippines, Malaysia,Brunei Darussalam, Thailand, Cambodia ,Lao PDR ,Myanmar and Vietnam. India hosted the ASEAN -India Commemorative Summit 2018 in New Delhi.
A Set of 11 stamps and a Miniature sheet of 11 Stamps was issued on 25 Jan 2018.The stamps with a theme on each ASEAN country is depicted . A First Day Cover with Miniature sheet is listed.