National Archives of Brunei DarussalamAddress:
National Archives Building, Jalan Menteri Besar 3910

The National Archives of Brunei Darussalam was established under was the museum department of Brunei Darussalam. It holds an extensive collection of archival records from different media that includes textual records, photographs, audio-visual recordings, cartographical records and history interview that are more than 25 years.n.a.
National Archives of CambodiaAddress:
Street 61, Oknha Hing Pen
Near Wat Phnom
PO Box Phnom Penh 1109

The National Archives of Cambodia hold documents produced or collected by the French colonial and the Cambodian governments since independence from the national down to the communal level, covering almost any imaginable subject, preserved in tens of thousands of records on 1800 linear meters of shelving.
National Archives of IndonesiaAddress:
Jl. Ampera Raya - Cilandak Timur Jakarta 12560

The National Archives of Indonesia holds the largest archive collection related to the Dutch East India Company (VOC), with documents dating between 1612 and 1811. The collection encompasses almost half of the VOC archives worldwide with a total of 15,000 entries on 1,800 meters of shelf space.
National Archives of MalaysiaAddress:
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim (Jalan Duta) Kuala Lumpur 50568

The National Archives of Malaysia holds all documents over twenty-five year old, the oldest archives date back from 1642, including a large collection of newspapers going back to the nineteen century which be regarded as an important source of a country.
National Archives of MyanmarAddress:
No. 114, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road, Dagon Township, Yangon,

The Archives holds over one hundred and fifty thousand records including colonial period documents (1835-1948), gazettes of states and divisions and cabinet meeting records (1945- 2009), over fifty thousand books published by Government Departments, 1576 agreements and contracts have been acquired in the Department. The Department also preserves rare books such as Burma Gazette series (1862-2009), Government notifications series (1880-2009) and reports on Administration of Burma series (1856-1935).
National Archives of PhilippinesAddress:
VELCO Centre, R.S. Oca corner A.C. Delgado Streets, Port Area, Manila 1018

The National Archives of Philippines holds 60,000,000 archival documents with Spanish Collection comprising an estimated 13,000,000 manuscripts from the 16th to 19th Century with 400 titles on various aspects of Philippine history under Spanish rule. The archives also preserve American and Japanese Occupation records as well as recent records, including notarial documents, registers and civil service records.
National Archives of SingaporeAddress:
1 Canning Rise, 179868

The records acquired by the National Archives of Singapore come from both public agencies and private sources. Records are also digitized for preservation and access by researchers and members of the public. Research can be conducted through the Archives Online portal as well as the Archives Reading Room (ARR). The ARR services around 300 enquiries a month and the number of records accessed online annually exceeds 400,000.
National Archives of ThailandAddress:
National archives of Thailand, Tha-Vasukree, Samsen Road., Bangkok 10300

The National Archives of Thailand holds records from the reign of King Rama IV to the present time for everyone to discover and use. It consists of over 1 million historical government and public records, including papers, photographs, posters, maps, videos tapes and sound recordings.
State Records and Archives Department of VietnamAddress:
National Archives Centre I: 18 Vu Phan Ham, Phuong Yen Hoa, Cau Giay, Ha Noi.

National Archives Centre II: 2 Le Duan, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.

National Archives Centre III: 34 Phan Ke Binh, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi.

The Archives Centre no.1 holds Colonial records, The Archives Centre no.2 holds Republic of Vietnam records. And The Archives Centre no.3 holds Post-1945 records of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.n.a.