Our project objectives are to increase climate residence in Southeast Asia Cities. As a pilot study of climate-vulnerable communities in three countries, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. By using the built environment as solutions, expanding knowledge of design solutions for climate residence through research, outreach, community participatory workshops, and public education are our actions. This action has involved vulnerable communities, stakeholders, universities, local built environment experts, social enterprises, and policymakers which will benefit the city as a whole. However, the main beneficiaries of our project are residents of vulnerable communities, which located in areas that are especially prone to health, social, and environmental hardship. Our two-year project, which will end in July 2019, will need to be summarized our groundwork, workshop with stakeholders, and lesson learned. To put together the final outcomes, the article with infographics will easily apply and raise awareness of our city at risk in this region.