Google Play now allows developers and publishers to display prices of apps and in-app products in local currencies in 25 additional supported locations, five of which are Southeast Asian countries. The Southeast Asian countries included in this list are Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Here is the full list of additional supported locations:
Android developers can also sell their apps in multiple currencies through the Google Wallet Merchant. For those who would like to set prices of apps manually, according to the Help section on Google Play, customers will be charged in their local currency, but payment will be footed in the currency set in the developer’s Google Wallet Merchant Center account.
In addition, developers who would rather auto-convert prices could still do so, using daily exchange rates provided by Google Play.
Here is a list of locations that support payment in local currencies: