Vietnam stretches across the eastern side of the Indochina Peninsula, with the South China Sea along its entire coast. The country stretches from the 23rd parallel north down to the 8th parallel north. Vietnam is studded with mountains and highlands. Its urban centers are concentrated in the nation’s flatlands, of which there are primarily three: the northern flatlands (which include Hanoi), the central flatlands (which stretch to the Hai Van Pass and include Hue and Da Nang), and the southern flatlands (which include Ho Chi Minh). Climate characteristics vary from region to region: Northern Vietnam enjoys a subtropical climate characterized by extreme temperature differences between the hot and cold seasons, while Central Vietnam is prone to frequent typhoons and flooding. In Southern Vietnam, the average year-round temperature is a balmy 27-28 degrees. These regional climate differences have helped to foster significant regional diversity in Vietnam. The nation has a complicated history, marked by civil wars and international conflicts. Over the centuries, Vietnam has grown increasingly ethnically diverse. Today, Vietnam is a multi-ethnic country with 54 distinct ethnic groups. In 1428, the nation achieved its independence after roughly a millennium of Chinese rule that began around 100 BC. Civil wars plagued the country thereafter and Vietnam fell victim to invasions by the French and other world powers starting in the mid-19th century. After the Vietnam War came to an end in 1974, Vietnam was considered to be one of the poorest countries on Earth. However, with the adoption of the “Doi Moi” program of reform in 1986, the introduction of a market economy, and the nation’s entry into ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), Vietnam began to achieve significant economic development. This has helped spawn a ‘renaissance’ in literature and the arts, energizing every aspect of Vietnamese life.
Corporate Incentive from Singapore
•Dinner cruise on the river, at Indochina Junk. Vietnamese set menu and free drinks including house wines, local beers, soft drinks. Traditional dance show
•Meeting room all equipped and buffet lunch
•Garden dinner at the restaurant of Thao Dien Village with Vietnamese set menu and free drinks including house wines, local beers, soft drinks. We organized team-building activities “Back To School”
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