In the decade that followed the establishment of the Southeast Asia Regional Climate Downscaling/Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment – Southeast Asia (SEACLID/CORDEX-SEA), much progress was made in providing robust climate change information for the region. The Phase 1 of the project, which downscaled several CMIP5 GCMs to 25 km resolution for Southeast Asia, contributed significantly to the assessment of climate change in the region as detailed in the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report. This workshop builds on previous regional climate downscaling activities of the project, with particular focus on the achievements of Phase 2 on high resolution simulations over key vulnerable areas in Southeast Asia. This workshop is also a platform to discuss the use of climate information for vulnerability, impact and adaptation communities especially as we move towards downscaling the CMIP6 GCMs. Recent progress in regional climate downscaling, including Empirical Statistical Downscaling (ESD) and high-resolution urban climate modeling, will also be discussed to foster new research and collaborations for the region. This two-day workshop will be conducted in hybrid mode with the aim to bring scientists, users, stakeholders, policy-makers together to not only highlight the work of CORDEX SEA, but also to emphasize the importance of regional climate downscaling and information in addressing issues related to climate change and sustainability in the region.