President Donald Trump will be the only US president since President John F. Kennedy to take official trips abroad during his first term.
In a speech Thursday, Trump will travel to Australia, Mexico, Israel, the Philippines and South Korea.
He will also visit Singapore, the Dominican Republic and Indonesia.
While Trump’s trip to Australia is not a state visit, the president will be officially accredited to attend the APEC summit, which is taking place in Mexico City from April 5-11.
The APEC leaders summit will be Trump’s first trip abroad as president, as he has been reluctant to make any state visits during his presidency.
Trump will also be accompanied by his daughter Ivanka, who will visit the Philippines.