- "Indochina" redirects here. For the historical region, see Indochina (region).
The People's Republic of Indochina, colloquially known as Indochina, is a socialist federation in Southeast Asia. It consists of six constituent republics with their own unitary governments: the Vietnamese Socialist Republic, Cambodian Socialist Republic, Kai Socialist Republic, Lao Socialist Republic, Burmese Socialist Republic, and the Thai Socialist Republic, the latter of which is home to Bangkok, the capital and largest city of the federation. Home to over 248 million people, it is the sixth most-populated country in the world, after China, India, the Eurasian Union, the United States, and Indonesia. It is a one-party republic led by the Communist Party of Indochina.