Keluaran Bersama ASEAN Joint Issue
The ASEAN Joint Issue Stamps are produced to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the establishment of ASEAN since 8 August 1967. The special collection of stamps will feature some of the most historically significant buildings in the countries of the South East Asian region.

Among the buildings featured in the ASEAN Joint Issue Stamps includes the Secretariat Building in Brunei Darussalam, the National Museum of Cambodia, the Fathillah Museum in Indonesia, the Lao Typical House, the Yangon Post Office in Myanmar, the Malacanang Palace in the Philippines, as well as the Vimanmek Mansion in Thailand and the Presidential Palace in Vietnam.

As for Malaysia, the Malayan Railway Headquarters Building has been selected to be featured as part of the stamp collection.

“It is indeed an honour for Pos Malaysia to be part of the celebration of ASEAN’s 40th Anniversary of its establishment and we are proud of the opportunity to represent Malaysia. The production of the Joint Issue Stamps reflects the concerted efforts of the postal organizations of the ASEAN region with the aim to enhance the knowledge and understanding of the people of ASEAN through stamps and other philatelic items,” said YBhg Dato’ Idrose Mohamed, Managing Director of Pos Malaysia.

“The buildings and architectural landmarks featured in the ASEAN Joint Issue Stamps symbolize the pride of the wonderful culture of their respective countries, grandeur of past excellence as well as nostalgic remembrance of the nation’s history. We hope that the stamp enthusiasts will take the opportunity to add these exclusive, unique and beautiful stamps into their collection,” Dato’ Idrose added.

Date of Issue: 08.08.2007
50sen x 10, Sheet: 2 50sen x 10
– Secretariat Building, Brunei Darussalam
– National Museum of Cambodia
– Fatahillah Museum, Jakarta, Indonesia
– Lao Typical House
– The Malayan Railway Headquarters Building, KL
– Yangon Post Office, Myanmar (Burma)
– Malacanang Palace, Philippines
– National Museum of Singapore
– Vimanmek Mansion, Bangkok, Thailand
– Istana President, Hanoi, Vietnam

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