New Year 2014 - National Flowers of 10 ASEAN Countries (2013)


Simpoh Ayer (Dillenia suffruticosa) national flower of Brunei DarussalamRumdul (Mitrella mesnyi) national flower of CambodiaWhite Moth Orchid (Phalaenopsis amabilis) national flower of IndonesiaFrangipani (Plumeria acutifolia) national flower of LaosChinese Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) national flower of Malaysia

Pashu Paduak (Pterocarpus indicus) national flower of MyanmarArabian Jasmine (Jasminum sambac) national flower of the PhilippinesSingapore Orchid (Vanda Miss Joaquim) national flower of SingaporeRatchaphreuk (Cassia fistula) national flower of ThailandLotus (Nelumbo nucifera) national flower of Vietnam


 Issue Name:

New Year 2014 - National Flowers of 10 ASEAN Countries

 Thai Issue Name:

ปีใหม่ 2557 - ดอกไม้ประจําชาติ 10 ประเทศอาเซียน

 Issue Date:



To celebrate the New Year 2014 and to publicize the national flowers of the ASEAN member nations, in anticipation of Thailand's accession to the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015

 Catalogue Number:



3 Baht (10 designs)

 Unused Value:

4 Baht (10 designs)

 Complete Set:

40 Baht (unused), 10 Baht (used)

 Thailex Collection:

Unused set


30 x 24 mm

 Quantity of Stamps:

500,000 pieces per design


Thai British Security Printing Public Company Limited, Thailand


A set of se-tenant stamps with the national flowers of 10 ASEAN countries, with in the top left corner of each design the respective national flag: 1. Simpoh Ayer (Dillenia suffruticosa) for Brunei Darussalam; 2. Rumdul (Mitrella mesnyi) for Cambodia; 3. White Moth Orchid (Phalaenopsis amabilis) for Indonesia; 4. Frangipani (Plumeria acutifolia) for Laos; 5. Chinese Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) for Malaysia; 6. Paduak (Pterocarpus indicus) for Myanmar; 7. Arabian Jasmine (Jasminum sambac) for the Philippines; 8. Singapore Orchid (Vanda Miss Joaquim) for Singapore; 9. Rachaphreuk (Cassia fistula) for Thailand; 10. Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) for Vietnam

 Related Links:

ASEAN, vexillology, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, dokmai, rachaphreuk, frangipani, lotus, hibiscus, jasmine, ma-li, Burma Padauk, Thailand's 2019 ASEAN Chairmanship, Moth Orchid