Indochina Countries

Name the 6 countries that are at least partly located on the Indochina peninsula.
Singapore doesn't count since it's on an island
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Last updated: December 15, 2019
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Country
Cambodia
Laos
Malaysia
Country
Myanmar
Thailand
Vietnam
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Level 51
Jun 3, 2015
Isn't Singapore a part of Indochina?
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Level 71
Jun 3, 2015
Maybe it is. Indochina is mainland.
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Level 40
May 17, 2018
Singapore is part of Indochina
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Level 62
Feb 11, 2020
Yes, but it is and island, not on the peninsula
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Level 66
Dec 4, 2015
The notes do say that Singapore is an island.
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Level 59
Mar 9, 2016
Depends on who you ask.
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Level 57
Feb 7, 2017
Singapore is indeed an island, with a linking bridge to Malaysia
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Level 55
Mar 7, 2016
Singapore is an island but I believe it's only separated from Mainland Malaysia by a river.
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Level 37
Mar 7, 2016
By a sea. A very, very narrow sea. But sea nonetheless
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Level 56
Mar 7, 2016
Malaysia and even Thailand are not considered part of Indochina. Indochina consists of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia only. Singapore certainly is not part of Indochina. It is separated from the Malay Peninsular by the Strait of Johor.
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Level 71
Mar 7, 2016
A quick google search demonstrates that you are wrong: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indochina
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Level 56
Mar 7, 2016
I have lived in Malaysia all my life and people in Malaysia never consider the country part of 'Indochina'. It is a foreign term for Malaysians. Indochina refers to only Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. It is offensive for Malaysia and even Thailand to be called Indochina.
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Level 69
Mar 30, 2017
Even though we all love wikipedia, that doesn't mean it's the only truth out there. Especially locally definitions may vary.
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Level 54
Dec 15, 2017
Sort of the same thing with the US being part of Oceania. Part of it definitely is, most of it definitely isn't - but where does that put the whole country?
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Level 38
Dec 15, 2017
does anyone read the instructions? "Type the countries that are at least partially located on the Indochina peninsula" It doesn't matter whether Malaysia is part of Indochina or not, or whether it is considered on the Indochina peninsula or not for that matter, but whether it is at least partially located on it.
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Level 59
Mar 7, 2016
The French Indochina contained Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. The rest of Indochina contains Burma, Thailand and half of Malaysia.
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Level 48
Mar 10, 2016
Seems that some comments from a Thai might be needed here. For Thais, this region have two peninsulas; Indochina and Malay. They are usually considered separately. Thai people, btw, consider mostly consider their country as part of both peninsulas; upper part in Indochina and Southern in Malay, culturally. Malaysia, however, is mainly considered as part of Malay Peninsula, along with Southern of Thailand. However, some people might consider only Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia, all are ex-French colonies, as Indochina, and some also includes Burma. Please be noted that this is how Thai people think, not the technical definition.
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Level 79
Feb 25, 2020
People are confused because French IndoChina is talked about so frequently they start to think that this is the same thing as IndoChina. It's not. It's only part of it.
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Level 65
Feb 25, 2020
Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia are more associated with Indochina because they were part of French Indochina, whereas Thailand and Malaya were not, but they are but of Indochina nevertheless. (I'm from Malaysia by the way)
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Level 65
Mar 28, 2020
part* of
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Level 64
Mar 7, 2016
Cool quiz!
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Level 47
Mar 7, 2016
thanks for 5 easy points
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Level 77
May 25, 2017
Yeah, that may have been the easiest 5 points I've gotten so far.
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Level 65
Feb 25, 2020
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Level 52
Apr 14, 2020
Oh wow. I guess this is the second easiest featured quiz I've taken.
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Level 59
Mar 7, 2016
Maybe make the timer like 10 seconds.
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Level 71
Mar 7, 2016
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Level 47
Mar 8, 2016
Singapore may be an island but it's connected to Malaysia by a causeway. Shouldn't that count?
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Level 59
Mar 9, 2016
The instructions say "peninsula", so by definition, an offshore island doesn't count.
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Level 33
Mar 10, 2016
didn't even know what indochina was but with a lil bit of guessing 6/6 :)
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Level 43
Apr 14, 2020
As long as you didn't guess India or China :-D
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Level 36
May 26, 2016
Easy 31 seconds left
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Level 60
Aug 30, 2016
Funny how the peninsula called Indochina has neither Indonesia nor China on it
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Level 71
Aug 30, 2016
It probably has that name because it is between India and China.
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Level 48
Jul 8, 2020
I guess the Indo part means India and not Indonesia just like how it is in Indo-European language group.
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Level 58
Dec 16, 2017
I'm not sure if Singapore is considered a "country", per se..???
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Level 66
Dec 16, 2017
It is. Both on Jetpunk and in the real world.
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Level 65
Feb 25, 2020
Not if you're living in 1964 or earlier.
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Level 43
Apr 14, 2020
'63 til I die
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Level 23
Feb 25, 2020
Great Quiz :)
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Level 45
Feb 25, 2020
32 seconds left
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Level 52
Feb 25, 2020
My 7th grade collateral, "Know Your World," say Indo-China (Formerly French Indo-China) was Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Nuff said!
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Level 43
Feb 25, 2020
basing