There is no definitive answer to this question as there is no agreed upon definition of what constitutes Asia. However, if we take a look at the tallest elephants in different countries within the continent, we can get a good idea of which ones are likely to be the tallest.
In India, the largest elephant population in Asia is found. The average height of an Indian elephant is around 2.1 meters (7 feet), with males typically being taller than females. The tallest recorded Indian elephant was 3.43 meters (11 feet 3 inches) tall at the shoulder. This animal was named â€œKotaâ€ and lived in Karnataka, India.
Another country with a large Asian elephant population is Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan elephants are typically smaller than their Indian counterparts, with an average height of around 1.8 meters (6 feet). The tallest recorded Sri Lankan elephant was 2.76 meters (9 feet 1 inch) tall at the shoulder. This animal was named â€œBujangâ€ and lived in Kegalle District, Sri Lanka.
Myanmar has the third largest Asian elephant population after India and Sri Lanka . Elephants in Myanmar are similar in size to those found in India , with an average height of around 2 .1 meters ( 7 feet ) . The tallest recorded Myanmar elephant was 3 .33 meters ( 10 feet 11 inches ) tall at the shoulder . This animal , named â€œ Thakin Zeya â€ , lived in Bago Region , Myanmar .
Thailand has the fourth largest Asian elephant population . Thai elephants are smaller on average than those found in other countries , with a typical height of around 1 .7 meters ( 5 feet 7 inches ) . However , there have been some reports of Thai elephants reaching heights up to 2 .4 meters ( 8 feet ).