The 27th South East Asian Games in 2013 are planned to be organized in Naypyidaw, the new capital of Myanmar, along with in two other primary places, Mandalay and Yangon. The SEAGF Authorities met in Jakarta on 31 May 2010 all decided to prize the Myanmar Olympic Panel the right to  the 27th edition of the games.

The SEA Games are a multi-sport occasion organized every 2 years with 11 taking part nations from South east Asia. SEA Games are controlled by the Southeast Asian Games Federation and monitored mutually by the Olympic Council of Asia and International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Authorities of Japan

In  2013, Myanmar 27th SEA Games will be organized in Dec, with starting ceremony on Wed, 11 Dec 2013. The ending ceremony of the activities 2013 is yet to be identified. Information about closing and opening ceremony of SEA Games  is not yet available. More information will be modified once available.

Myanmar had already organized the Games in 1961 and 1969 correspondingly in Yangon, the then capital. This will be the 3rd time that Myanmar will sponsor the South east Asian Games. Singapore withdrew its web host privileges due to predicted setbacks in the realization its new nationwide ground. Myanmar suggested to keep 28 sports, less than the variety of games this year Southeast Asian Games in Indonesia. Planners did not nominate the sports of volleyball, because they regarded those clothing inappropriate for Burmese women.

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