Things to do - general
Country Vietnam
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Languages spokenVietnamese
Currency usedVietnamese dong
Area (km2)127,881 mi²

Sports & nature

Football (soccer) is exceedingly popular in Vietnam, and volleyball, badminton, wrestling, bicycling, chess, and dominoes are also widely enjoyed.

Since 1952, the country has participated in the Olympic Games, with competitors in swimming and water sports, martial arts, rowing and canoeing, weightlifting, table tennis, and track. Tran Hieu Ngan won Vietnam’s first Olympic medal at the 2000 Summer Games (in women’s tae kwon do).

The Vietnamese game of sepak takraw is a volleyball-like sport played with a rattan ball, a net, and the feet; Vietnam’s women’s team has been a formidable competitor at the Asian Games.

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Nightlife info

Vietnam night life has drastically changed over the years. We are seeing big cities like Ho Chi Minh get some lively pubs, clubs and bars.

Other cities like Halong Bay, Mui Ne and Phan Thiet haven't been left behind. The vast number of tourists has led to a tremendous growh of the night life. Simillar to other big cities, these tourist hot spots have also seen an increase oin the number of pubs and clubs.
Fun Fact:
** For those who drink...
Vietnam brews one of the world's cheapest beers. Don't be fooled by the price, the quality is pretty high. Definitely worth trying while you are there.
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Culture and history info

The culture of Vietnam is one of the oldest in Southeast Asia, with the ancient Bronze age Dong Son culture being widely considered one of its most important progenitors. Due to 1000 years of Chinese rule, Vietnam was heavily influenced by Chinese culture in terms of politics, government, Confucian social and moral ethics, and art. Vietnam is considered to be part of the East Asian cultural sphere.

Following independence from China in the 10th century, Vietnam began a southward expansion that saw the annexation of territories formerly belonging to the Champa civilization (now Central Vietnam) and parts of the Khmer empire (modern southern Vietnam), which resulted in minor regional variances in Vietnam's culture due to exposure to these different groups.

During the French colonial period, Vietnamese culture absorbed various influences from the Europeans, including the spread of Catholicism and the adoption of the Latin alphabet. Prior to this, Vietnamese had used both Chinese characters and a script called Chữ nôm which was based on Chinese but included newly invented characters meant to represent native Vietnamese words.

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