Thailand's strength in swimming and athletics contributed significantly to the 20 gold medals they have won so far.
The Thais, who won three gold medals in table tennis and one each in bowling and wheelchair tennis yesterday, created 12 new Games records - eight in athletics and four in swimming.
Hosts Indonesia set six new records to finish a close second with 17 gold medals after two days.
Vietnam and Malaysia were third and fourth respectively with six gold medals each.
Leading the list of record breakers was Malaysian Hemala Devi Enikutty, 21, who won the women's javelin (visually impaired) event when she made a 21.59m throw at the Manahan Stadium.
The previous record was 16.12m set in 2001.
All the other new records were in swimming events.
Meanwhile, Thailand's Supachai Koysup won his sixth straight gold in the 100m wheelchair racing in 14.43sec.
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