Vietnam is a stunning Asian country filled with an abundance of jungle and fertile agricultural land. Marked by a tumultuous past filled with separation, war, and colonization, in the modern world Vietnam is an agricultural leader for multiple crops and telephone exports, and a popular tourist destination. Drawn by the white sand beaches, magnificent ocean views, affordability, and friendly locals, Vietnam is an absolute paradise!
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Which of the following options is the name of Vietnamese currency?
Which of the following options is NOT offensive to give as a gift in Vietnamese culture?
Following the Lunar calendar to celebrate traditional events as opposed to the Gregorian calendar, Vietnamese locals celebrate their New Year, known as Tet, in what month?
Which of the following is the name of a Vietnamese sandwich that consists of a baguette filled with meat, sliced cucumber, pickled carrot and daikon, and fresh cilantro?
Dating back to the 15th century, what art form was devised as a form of entertainment and relaxation by farmers after the harvest? *Hint It also was a way to worship and satisfy the spirits that the ancient Vietnamese believed controlled all aspects of their life.
The first UNESCO World Heritage designation in Vietnam in 1993 and was established as the capital of unified Vietnam in 1802. It acted as the political, cultural, and religious centre under the Nguyen Dynasty, the last royal dynasty in Vietnamese history from 1802 to 1945 CE. What is the UNESCO World Heritage site?
Vietnam offers wild, diverse, and stunning sceneries of nature that translate beautifully to the big screen. Which of the following movies was NOT filmed in Vietnam?
Vietnam produces more than 55% of the global supply of this crop and is often referred to as the “King of _______”
Sepak Takraw is a traditional sport played in Vietnam and other parts of Asia. Participants must pass a ball over a net using only their feet and heads. What is another name for this game?
Vietnam is home to the world’s largest cave, Hang Son Doong. The 2.5 million year old cave stretches over 3 miles in length and is wide enough to fit which of the following?
Commonly placed on ‘unusual drinks around the world’ lists and found in abundance in Vietnamese night markets this Vietnamese drink has a long tradition as a medicinal drink and is said to cure everything from rheumatism to hair loss, and even enhance virility! What alcoholic drink looks deadly due to the clear jar showing the dead creature inside?
What Asian country dominated Vietnam for over 1,000 years (111 B.C. to 938 A.D.) but were never able to assimilate the Vietnamese and endured frequent rebellions?
What is the capital of Vietnam?
The Vietnam flag showcases a star on a red background. The star represents the five main classes of society and the red background represents the blood lost during the country’s turbulent past. What color is the star?
Reunification Day is a holiday on April 30th that marks when Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) fell and signaled the end of the Vietnam War. This led to the Republic of South Vietnam and North Vietnam merging, forming modern-day Vietnam. What following option is NOT another name for this holiday?
Ong Tao is a Vietnamese deity that is worshiped in what room of the house?
True or False? Vietnam is shaped like the letter ‘B’
True or False? Vietnam occasionally gets snowfall.
True or False? Based on the population of Vietnam and the amount of motorbikes in the country, there’s almost one motorbike for every two people.
True or False? As well as exporting it, Vietnamese love to consume coffee. The most common is through a small metal drip filter (called a phin) into an individual cup served hot or cold on ice, and sweetened with condensed milk
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