VIETNAM

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DID YOU KNOW?

#1

Vietnamese cuisine is considered amongst the healthiest in the world

#2

Vietnam is the second largest coffee producing nation in the world

#3

Crossing your fingers is super rude!

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

QUICK FACTS

Useful information to help you decide if Vietnam is the right destination for your event!

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Recommended group size

10 - 200 pax

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Best for...

Meetings and incentives

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Flight connections

There are three international airports - Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang and Hanoi with direct flights from major international hubs around the world. There is also a large network of domestic airports and highways that connect the country.

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Best time to visit

Avoid traveling on...

Local currency

April to June or Sep to Nov is best for Halong Bay and Hanoi.

Central Vietnam’s beaches are best between March to Aug.

The lunar new year or “Tet”  is widely celebrated with closures of many shops and restaurants. Golden Week (a week around the 1st of May is a long Public Holiday for China, South Korea, Japan and Vietnam with a high influx of tourists and increase in prices.

Vietnamese Dong (VND) is the local currency. Cash is still the most commonly used form of payment, although most hotels and many larger restaurants and shops in the bigger cities will accept credit cards. ATMs are available but usually have low withdrawal limits. Some prices are quoted in US Dollars in tourist areas.

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Explore

Vietnam is a land of natural beauty, mesmerizing culture and momentous history. It’s both exotic and compelling and very long – it takes 35 hours by train across over 1700 kms to get from the megacity of HCMC to Hanoi in the north. Explore the legendary Cu Chi tunnels in Ho Chi Minh City,  hill-tribe villages in the north, admire UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the imperial city of Hue, the enchanting port town of Hoi An and take a cruise on the mystical Ha Long Bay. If you like to explore caves, Hang Son Doong Cave is the world’s largest natural cave.

UNLOCK VIETNAM'S SECRETS

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Y Ty Village, Vietnam
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Vietnam Calligraphy
Vietnam Coconut Coffee
St Joseph Cathedral Hanoi
Salt Field
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Hanoi City Skyline
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