Megaliths of Southeast Asia

Megalithic activity occur all across Southeast Asia, from the Plain of Jars in Laos to the Tutari Doyo Lama site in Papua. This category also covers stone arrangements such as sema stones found in Northeast Thailand.

To cite this page: Tan, Noel Hidalgo (2021, Updated 8 September 2022) Megaliths. Southeast Asian Archaeology. Available at: https://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/megaliths/
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