We love that the SEA Games 2017 is being held in Malaysia. Even more reasons to be pleased? These hunky athletes from all over the region are here to compete. It’s time to show how hospitable we can be as host. Here are the 10 dashing dudes to cheer on.

HARRY MORRIS, 32
Rugby, The Philippines

This Filipino-British athlete is also known for starring in the Pinoy romantic reality TV series I Do Back. So not only can he tackle you on the field, he can thrill you with his thespian skills.

Image from @hmorris140 on Instagram.

SARACH YOOYEN, 25
Football, Thailand

He’s a big hit in the Land Of A Thousand Smiles, and his Instagram posts @tangsr_6 will make you grin like a chimp as well. When not playing footie, he loves modelling in street fashion.

Image from @tangsr_6 on Instagram.

JOSEPH SCHOOLING, 22
Swimming, Singapore

He’s the Lion City’s first ever Olympic gold medalist, and he beat Michael Phelps to one, too! Plus, he’s pretty cute on Instagram.

Southeast Asian (SEA) Games - Swimming Men's 100 metres Butterfly Final - National Aquatic Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - August 23, 2017 - Joseph Schooling of Singapore reacts. REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin

Photo: REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin

S. SENTHIL KUMARAN, 25
Karate, Malaysia

Here’s a guy who can protect you 24/7. He scored his second SEA Games gold after a hard-fought win in the men’s kumite below 60kg final.

Photo: GLENN GUAN/The Star

PHAM PHUOC HUNG, 28
Gymnastics, Vietnam

He spent two decades of his life dedicated to training for gymnastics glory. It’s paid off bicep-fully as you can see @phuochunggym.

Photo: AFP/Adek Berry

TYLER CHRISTIAN RUIZ, 23
Long Jump, The Philippines

He’s an expert at leaping, and his Instagram @ty_ruiz is just flaunting with posts of his athletic prowess.

Image from @ty_ruiz on Instagram.

IKHSAN FANDI, 18
Football, Singapore

He’s the offspring of Singaporean football legend Fandi Ahmad and fashion model Wendi Jacobs. Sort of the Asian version of a Posh & Becks progeny.

Image from @ikhsanfandi on Instagram.

WELSON SIM, 20
Swimming, Malaysia

He beat Olympic champion Mack Horton in the 400m freestyle at the Mare Nostrum Tour Swimming Championship in June. Now he’s won our hearts again by winning the men’s swimming 200m freestyle gold at SEA Games.

Photo: AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

TRISTAN DO, 24
Football, Thailand

The Paris-born footballer has dreamy eyes, bad boy tattoos, and he knows how to score. What’s not to love?

Image from @tristando19 on Instagram.

PRINCE ABDUL MATEEN, 26
Equestrian Polo, Brunei

He’s sixth in line to the Brunei throne. Looking like a Disney prince doesn’t hurt either.

Image from @princeabdulmateen on Instagram.