The International Ice Hockey Federation's (IIHF) Asian Women's Camp took place at the Malaysia National Ice Skating Centre in capital city Kuala Lumpur.
Sixty-nine players and 11 coaches took part from Chinese Taipei, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.
All of the countries involved take part in the IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia which is for developing nations on the continent.
Four local coaches were led by Christian Weber, a former Swiss national team player who has worked in his home country and Austria.
Local team managers, game officials and a result manager also took part in the camp to gain hands-on experience.
Thailand won the most recent edition of the Women's Challenge Cup of Asia in Abu Dhabi in April.
They claimed 10 points in the round-robin competition to upgrade their bronze medal from the 2018 tournament.
Chinese Taipei ended second with Singapore third.
A Division One tournament was also held which was won by The Philippines in front of hosts United Arab Emirates and India.