4th SEA Games, 1967, Thailand
Nations
7
Athletes
1200 (including officials)
Sports
16
Dates
December 9-16, 1967

         Thailand was acting as the host country for the 4th SEAP Games on behalf of Cambodia. It was being held from 9 to 16 December 1967 in 16 sports; namely athletics, badminton, basketball, boxing, cycling, football, judo, rugby, sailing, sepaktakraw, shooting, table tennis, tennis, swimming, volleyball and weightlifting with a total 984 athletes. Most gold medals were awarded to Thailand with 77 gold, 48 silver and 40 bronze; to be followed by Singapore and Malaysia respectively.
                 
                  Most honorable and memorable in this Games was His Majesty the King  Bhumibol Adulyadej  and Her Royal Highness PrincessChulabhorn Walailak competed in sailing dinghy and enabled to win a gold medal as well.

 
Medal Table
Position
Country
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1 Thailand 77 48 40 165
2 Singapore 28 31 28 87
3 Malaysia 23 29 43 87
4 Burma 11 26 32 69
5 South Vietnam 6 10 17 33
6 Laos 0 0 0 0