Country in Asia
Currency: Vietnamese Dong (₫)
Population: 92.7 million (estimation 2016)
Official language: Vietnamese
Major Tourist Destinations: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Long Bay, Hội An, Hue and so on
Area: 331,210 Sq Km
Population: Approx. 92.7 million (estimation 2016)
GDP 200.5 billion (estimation 2016)
Religion: Buddhism (mainly Mahayana, with smaller numbers of Theravada), Confucianism, Taoism, Hoa Hao, Cao Dai, Christian, indigenous beliefs, Muslim
Drives on: right side
Calling Code: +84
Literacy Rate: Approx. 90.3%
Shopping: Machinery, Refined Petroleum, Steel; Crude Oil, Textiles, Garments, Footwear, Paddy Rice, Coffee, Rubber, Cotton, Tea, Pepper, Soybeans, Cashews, Sugarcane, Peanuts, Bananas, Poultry, Fish, Seafood, Marine Products, Electronics, Wooden products and etc
Flight: Malindo air, Malaysian air, Air Asia. There is no direct flight to Vietnam from Dhaka, all fights are connected.
Time Difference: Vietnam is 7 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time. All places will maintain the same timing.
National Tree: Bamboo
National Flower: Lotus
National Bird: Chim Lac, a Fictional Bird
National Sports: Soccer
National Animal: Water Buffalo
Forest Coverage: 0.7% of the land
VISA: An electronic visa (E-visa) is issued to foreigners by Vietnamese Immigration Department via electronic system. With the exception of Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian travelers, all visitors to Vietnam will need a visa.
India: Calcutta, New Delhi, Mumbai,
Tourist Season: The best time to travel is March and April for warm and dry weather or go in October and November for cooler climes and clear days
Vietnam is a long, thin country in Southeast Asia. It is slightly lean on the South China Sea known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Its neighboring countries are China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west. Hanoi, the capital, pays homage to the nation’s iconic Communist-era leader, Ho Chi Minh, via a huge marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City has French colonial landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums and the Củ Chi tunnels, used by Viet Cong soldiers.