A blue flag with golden-colored stars and stripes in the canton.
The flag of the United Federation of Pan-Asiania consisted of a blue flag, with 16 five-pointed stars in the upper canton and 7 stripes in the lower canton of the flag. 16 Stars symbolize the 16 states that joined as United Federation, a geographical map of Southeast Asia inside the bigger star and the stripes symbolize the unity of the people of Southeast Asia.
The flag was adopted as the federal flag on November 12, 1968. One year after the Treaty of Bangkok or Declaration of the United Federation in 1967.