Vietnam - Up and Coming Team Building Destination
Simple fishing villages, modern cities, jungle, high mountain peaks and tranquil beaches are home to the diversity that is Vietnam.
North to South, from Mount Fansipan to the Red River Delta, from Halong Bay through Hoi An to the South China Sea, Vietnam resonates with beauty while modern life waits in the wings.
With its incredible culture and unique beauty, Vietnam is the perfect destination for MICE events.
Vietnam is for everyone with all sizes of MICE hotels in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
There are many hotels with modern conference facilities, meeting rooms and a variety of attractions suiting all tastes for nature and culture lovers, golf, relaxation activities, health and spa enthusiasts, cuisine and day trips.
Vietnam and Cambodia have emerged from years of war to welcome change and peace while cherishing past wonders of antiquity. The intricately carved ancient temples of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom enchant the Cambodian countryside, like stately treasures of the jungle calling for exploration and honoring preservation.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are fast growing on the MICE front, aided by an eruption of new facilities and better air access.
Vietnam is the destination du jour for incentives, meetings and conferences, with Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) leading the charts in getting enquiries from regional and international events.
With world-class hotels and venues, no less than 15 international airports in Vietnam that are served by almost 50 international airlines, it is easy to see why Vietnam is slowly earning its place as the upcoming conference destination. Vietnam has developed its conference infrastructure and facilities to such an extent that it is now recognized as one of the most important convention venues in the world. The tradition of hospitality makes the country ideal for such events, which date back to the Buddhist period when kings used to have conferences on religious matters, and delegates from all over the country would attend.
All major cities in Vietnam are equipped with conference facilities of international standards to hold major conferences & exhibitions. In addition to the star category hotels, there are various independent convention centers & exhibition grounds to cater to such events.
With more than 8880 rooms in first class & deluxe hotels, conference halls that can accommodate upto 6600 persons and exhibition grounds offering more than 60,000 square meters at one place, Ha Noi City is the convention capital of Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh
The biggest city in Vietnam offers up to 7066 rooms in first & deluxe category hotels & conference halls that can accommodate up to 2660 persons.
Da Nang has of one of the most modern convention centres that can accommodate upto 2800 persons in its largest hall. The city also offers 6000 rooms in first & deluxe categories.
MICE visitors to Dalat can take advantage of the facilities available at modern hotels, although the main focus at the destination is surely to "get away from it all', the golf and the stunning scenery of the surrounding hills and valleys.
With new developments along the banks of the Son River and around the pristine beach of Cua Dai, around two kilometres from the town centre, Hoi An is now able to offers MICE guests a wide range of high-quality services and amenities including excellent meeting and conference facilities plus a range of leisure options to suit pretty much all tastes.
Accommodation in Nha Trang is abundant, varied and often exceptional value for money for a premier beach destination, while facilities catering to MICE travellers are plentiful well established, especially at the Yasaka Saigon Hotel. In addition to representing an excellent choice for business meetings or conferences, Nha Trang offers plenty of diversions for groups looking to enjoy a spot of fun in the sun.
Just a short two-hour drive from Hanoi, Haiphong is one of Vietnam's major ports and an international gateway to the world. This port town however, retains an elegance and charm imbued by the elderly French-colonial buildings and a sleepy, almost provincial feel reinforced by the relatively slow pace of life evident in Haiphong.