Vietnam - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Vietnam PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 4c5c22-NTY2N



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Vietnam

Description:

Vietnam Tourism Introduction Country Background Wendie Investment Statistics Alex Visitor Statistics Kenny War related Tourism Meredith Non- War related ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:1017
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 56
Provided by: wbw1
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Vietnam


1
Vietnam
  • Tourism

2
Introduction
  • Country BackgroundWendie
  • Investment StatisticsAlex
  • Visitor StatisticsKenny
  • War related TourismMeredith
  • Non- War related TourismTom

3
  • The Socialist Republic of Vietnam
  • 1990 the European Union established official
    diplomatic relations with Vietnam.
  • 1992 Vietnam signed a 1976 ASEAN agreement on
    regional amity and cooperation, regarded as the
    first step towards ASEAN membership
  • 1996 ASEAN membership
  • 1992 Vietnam established diplomatic relations
    with South Korea
  • 1995 Vietnam and the United States agreed to
    exchange low-level diplomats.
  • 1997, the U.S. and Vietnam established full
    diplomatic relations.
  • http//www.go-vietnam-hotels.com/general_info/hist
    ory.htm

4
Vietnam Background
  • Location
  • - Southeastern Asia
  • - bordering Gulf of Thailand, Gulf of
    Tonkin, the South China Sea, and Laos
  • - between China and Cambodia

5
Vietnam Background
  • Geographic Characteristics
  • - total land area is 325,360 sq. km
    (125,621.496 sq. mi.)
  • Terrain
  • - South and North, low flat delta
  • - Center, mostly highlands
  • - Far North and Northwest, hilly and
    mountainous

6
Vietnam Background
  • Climate
  • - tropical in South
  • - monsoonal in North
  • - hot, rainy season
  • - warm, dry season
  • - In Vietnam there exist a variety of ancient
    tropical fauna and about 200 species of animals,
    800 species of birds,100 species of amphibians
    and over 150 species of reptiles. 1,000 species
    live in the seas and rivers and 200 species live
    in fresh water- Embassy of Vietnam

7
Vietnam Background
  • Economy
  • - GDP is approx. 83.5 billion
  • - Agriculture makes up 36 of the GDP.
  • Currency
  • - new dong
  • - US 1 ND 11,000

8
Foreign Direct Investment FDI in first 7 months
focused on Industrial Zones
Total licensed projects 332 Total registered
investment capital US 794 million (81 in
projects, 0.5 in capital)
Sector Number of Project Total Registered Capital (US million)
Industrial construction 260 543
The agricultural forestry and aqua-products 15 30
Tourism hotel service, Culture Health 57 221
(Source Vietnam Economy Times)
9
Foreign Direct InvestmentInvestment Status
Investment by sector
Source VIR 7-13/Apr/2003)
10
Foreign Direct InvestmentRealized capital
Segment Total Capital (US billion)
Heavy industry 4.34
Oil Gas 3.34
Light Industry 2.40
Hotel Tourism 2.02
Construction 1.92
Office - Apartment 1.60
Food Processing 1.47
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries 1.22
Transport, Post 1.00
Source SGT weekly (01/Apr/2003)
11
Foreign Direct InvestmentNumber of FDI projects
(1988-2000) licensed year
Source Vietnam General Department of Statistics
  Number of projects Total registered capital (Mill.USD) Of which Legal capital (Mill.USD)
Total 3170 39100.8 18573.7
1988 37 317.8 288.4
1989 68 582.5 311.5
1990 108 839.0 407.5
1991 151 1322.3 663.6
1992 197 2165.0 1418.0
1993 269 2900.0 1468.5
1994 343 3765.6 1729.9
1995 370 6530.8 2986.6
1996 325 8497.3 2940.8
1997 345 4649.1 2334.4
1998 275 3897.0 1805.6
1999 311 1568.0 693.3
2000 371 2012.4 1525.6
12
Foreign Direct InvestmentNumber of FDI projects
(1988-2000) licensed year
13
Foreign Direct InvestmentNumber of FDI projects
(1988-2000) licensed economic activity
  Number of projects Total registered capital (US million)
Total 3170 39100.8
Agriculture. Forestry 321 1,379.9
Fishery 96 355.1
Industry 1704 16,077.5
Of which Oil and gas industry 56 4,200.4
Construction 282 4,616.6
Hotel Tourism 202 4,834.8
Transport. Communication 140 3,424.9
Finance. Banking 34 243.1
Cultural. Health. Education 98 523.7
Other services 293 7,645.2
Source Vietnam General Department of Statistics
14
Foreign Direct InvestmentNumber of FDI projects
(1988-2000) licensed province
    Number of Projects Total registered capital (US million)
Total 363 828.1
Red River Delta 42 43.4
Hanoi 36 33.5
North East 18 18.4
Source Vietnam General Department of Statistics
15
Foreign Direct InvestmentNumber of FDI projects
(1988-2000) licensed main counterpart
  Number of Projects Total registered capital (US million)
Total 3170 39,100.8
Of which
Taiwan 605 4,884.6
Hong Kong (China) 319 3,634.3
Korea of Rep. Of 309 3,224.7
Japan 296 3,441.2
Singapore 252 5,886.1
France 158 2,175.5
Thailand 135 1,092.4
United States 120 1,339.3
British Virgin Islands. 106 1,845.6
China R.P 105 151.0
Source Vietnam General Department of Statistics
Source Vietnam General Department of Statistics
16
Total Visitors Arrival to Vietnam 1999 2002
Year 1999 2000 2001 2002
Total Visitor Arrivals to Vietnam 1,781,754 2,140,100 2,330,050 2,627,988
17
ASEAN Visitors Arrival to Vietnam 1999 2002
Year 1999 2000 2001 2002
ASEAN Visitors 167,281 265,338 240,883 269,448
18
Other Asian Visitors Arrival to Vietnam 1999 -
2002
Year 1999 2000 2001 2002
Other Asian Visitors 824,041 1,067,223 1,152,934 1,320,286
19
Europe Visitors Arrival to Vietnam 1999 - 2002
Year 1999 2000 2001 2002
Europe Visitors 234,006 272,001 306,620 343,350
20
North American Visitors Arrival to Vietnam 1999 -
2002
Year 1999 2000 2001 2002
North American Visitors 241,468 239,487 266,433 303,519
21
Oceania Visitors Arrival to Vietnam 1999 - 2002
Year 1999 2000 2001 2002
Oceania Visitors 67,811 73,447 90,982 104,890
22
Other Visitors Arrival to Vietnam 1999 - 2002
Year 1999 2000 2001 2002
Other Visitors 247,153 242,389 272,198 286,485
23
Comparison of Visitors from Different Markets
1999 - 2002
24
Percentage of Different Markets in 1999
25
Percentage of Different Market in 2002
26
Reasons for Increased Tourism
  • Modernizing and developing economy.
  • Tourist campaigns highlighting beaches, golf
    courses, adventure travel, and history.
  • Affordability

27
International Flights to Vietnam
Distance Flying Times Distance Flying Times Distance Flying Times Distance Flying Times Distance Flying Times Distance Flying Times
Sector Distance Flying Time Sector Distance Flying Time
  Miles Return Miles Return
to Hanoi     to Ho Chi Minh City    
Bangkok 602 150 Bangkok 461 135
Beijing 1,458 335  
Hong Kong 541 200 Hong Kong 938 230
Los Angeles 7,648 1635 Los Angeles 8,158 1645
Melbourne 4,786 1045 Melbourne 4,168 830
Moscow 4,193 1025 Moscow 4,789 1225
Paris 5,713 1130 Paris 6,288 1210
San Francisco 7,304 1645 San Francisco 7,819 1655
Seoul 1,696 450 Seoul 2,232 550
Singapore 1,366 400 Singapore 680 200
Sydney 4,828 1100 Sydney 4,256 840
Taipei 1,032 340 Taipei 1,385 335
Tokyo 2,310 625 Tokyo 2,685 625
28
Sample Tour Package to Vietnam
Number of People 2 5 7 to 9 9 to 12 12 to 14
Price in US 895 727 677 653 627
  • INCLUDES
  • Twins sharing room at 2-3 star hotel. 12 nights
    in total.
  • Meals as mentioned the Program. 12 breakfasts,
    11 lunches and 12 dinners, 7USD / lunch or dinner
    / person. Special requirement ( vegetarian,
    Muslim food ) could be arranged with prior notice
    from guest.
  • Land transfer by A/C vehicle for whole trip
  • Domestic air ticket from Hanoi to Hue
  • Domestic air ticket from Danang to Sai Gon
  • Sailing boat trip in Halong bay
  • Dragon boat trip in Perfumer River in Hue
  • English/French speaking guides. Other languages
    are available upon request.
  • Admission fees for all tourist places.
  • EXCLUDES
  • International flight from/to Vietnam
  • Visa arrangement
  • Personal expenses (laundry, phone calls etc.)
  • Drinks
  • Tips and gratuities

29
War Tourism
  • Vietnam is most prominently known as a place of
    war and political strife. However, as the
    country opens up to foreign investment, war
    tourism has become an increasing attraction.

30
Places of Interest
  • Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
  • Hue

31
Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • The Ho Chi Minh Trail was a supply route used by
    the Vietcong during the war. It consisted of
    mazes of jungle, paths, tunnels, and canals which
    the Americans and South Vietnamese failed to
    conquer.
  • Currently, a 42 kilometer section is under
    restoration to become a sightseeing trail. This
    is estimated to cost 3.5 million and should be
    completed by 2005.

32
Ho Chi Minh Trail Tourism
  • Tourists will stop at war sites as well as learn
    about the ecology and culture of the area.
  • Ta Con airport
  • Troung Son cemetery
  • Includes a memorial for the soldiers who kept the
    trail opened
  • Dakroung forest
  • Van Kieu-Pa Ko ethnic groups
  • http//www.vnn.vn/english/765/2003/9/15076/

33
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
  • War Remnants Museum (Museum of American War
    Crimes)
  • Displays illustrations of violent crimes
    committed against civilians by American soldiers
    during the Vietnam War, such as the spreading of
    toxic defoliant and torturing of prisoners.
    Includes a mock prison with emaciated models that
    are beheaded and dismembered. 6 million visitors
    (1 million from abroad) have entered the museum
    in the past 29 years.

34
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
  • Military Museum
  • Collection of tanks, shells, bombs and wreckage
    from American and Vietnamese troops.
  • Rex Hotel
  • A popular hangout for American soldiers during
    the war. Preserved to look much as it did during
    the war.
  • Apocalypse Now Nightclub
  • One of many nightclubs that have emerged with a
    war theme to attract tourists.
  • Cu Chu Tunnels

35
Cu Chi Tunnels
  • The Cu Chi tunnels, a 75-mile-long underground
    maze where thousands of fighters and villagers
    could hide, are at the top of the list of tourist
    spots for Ho Chi Minh City, 45 miles to the
    southeast. New York Times
  • Besides housing a huge guerilla garrison that
    operated safely yet within easy striking distance
    of the American forces in Danang, the mountain
    caves also offered sleeping quarters, kitchen and
    a full field hospital. New York Times

36
War Tourism
  • Cu Chi Tunnels

37
War Tourism
  • Cu Chi Tunnels What to expect
  • Following the man in green fatigues, the
    tourists arrive at an open-sided hut, where the
    women in black show them to their seats. There,
    on a big-screen television set, the Vietnam War
    plays on B-52's drop strings of bombs, villagers
    run for cover, communist guerrillas fight back.
    (New York Times)
  • A sign outside the tunnels reads "Please try to
    be a Cu Chi guerrilla. Wear these uniforms before
    entering tunnel." Black pajamas, pith helmets,
    rubber sandals and old rifles are available.
  • (New York Times)

38
War Tourism
  • Cu Chi Tunnels What to expect
  • Visitors can
  • Pay 1 a bullet to shoot an AK-47 rifle.
  • View reproductions of American GI Zippo lighters
    that say such things as
  • "Death is my business and business has been
    good."
  • "I know I'm going to heaven because I've already
    been to hell Vietnam.
  • Purchase dog tags and jewelry made from bullet
    shells
  • New York Times and www.gluckman.com/vietwar

39
Hue
  • Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
  • A 5 kilometer patch of land stretching from the
    Laotian Border to the South China Sea that was
    desecrated by bombs and battles.
  • Trucks take the tourists around the battlefield
    area where there are guns lying next to the road
    in a downward position, symbolic of American
    defeat. Along the tour, one will see bombed
    churches, old bridges, and rotting tanks.

40
Hue
  • It is impressed upon the tourists that the fields
    were planted with mines, which still go off
    occasionally, thus continuing Americas
    destruction on Vietnam. The people living around
    the area, however, have been creative with the
    wreckage. Old shells have become flowerpots and
    parts of fences, and tarnac from airfields now
    appears nailed into roofs.

41
Hue
  • Quang Tri Tunnels
  • Vinh Moc was the first city in North Vietnam to
    be hit by US bombs. These tunnels were built by
    local villagers in order to escape bombings by
    B-52s.
  • Each family was entitled to 4 meters squared of
    space, which then connected to other families
    spaces to form webs of tunnels.
  • The tunnels included meeting rooms and a clinic,
    where 17 babies were born underground.

42
Hue
  • Khe Sang Base
  • Located in the DMZ, this base was the sight of
    pivotal fighting in the war. Used to deploy US
    soldiers into North Vietnam.
  • Ta Con Airport
  • Important airport of the Khe Sang Base, which had
    the most modern equipment and best soldiers.

43
Hue
  • Today, Khe Sang Base and the Ta Con Airport are
    being renovated to better attract war buffs since
    most of the actual war remnants no longer exist.

44
Tourism (not war related)
  • Vietnam possesses variety of tourist attractions
  • Hanoi
  • Capital of Vietnam
  • History, Museums, Temples etc
  • Ha Long Bay
  • Recognized by UNESCO as natural wonder
  • Over 3,000 Islands
  • 165 km from Hanoi
  • Sapa
  • Sapa is still a must-see on any northern Vietnam
    itinerary. On a clear day you will treated to
    views of steeply terraced rice fields, towering
    verdant ridgelines, primitive mud-thatched
    villages, raging rivers and astounding
    waterfalls. (Vietnamadventures.com)

45
Hanoi
  • Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam
  • Large city
  • Located in East Plains of North VN.
  • European City
  • Population 2 million

46
Hanoi
  • Where to stay?
  • Sofitel Metropole Hanoi
  • 200 per night for a single or double.
  • Classic French Colonial Hotel recently
    remodeled

Before the recent building boom in upscale
hotels, the Metropole was The Place to stay in
Hanoi. For many, it still is. This classic French
colonial hotel in the center of Hoan Kiem
District was restored and remodeled a few years
ago by the Sofitel chain. Today the Metropole is
as much a hub for business and society as it is a
hotel. (Vietnamadventures.com)
47
Hanoi
  • Places of Interest
  • The Ba Dinh Square Zone
  • Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
  • Uncle Hos house-on-stilts
  • Ho Chi Minh Museum
  • The West Lake Zone
  • Area of over 800 hectares

48
Ha Long Bay
  • Main Attractions of Ha Long Bay
  • Calm clear waters
  • 3000 Islands and Limestone Mountains
  • Sandy Beaches
  • Location
  • 165km from Hanoi
  • Northern part of VN

49
Ha Long Bay
  • Bai Chay (Scorched Beach)
  • Dark Sand, 70 deg F
  • Named Scorched Beach b/c of historical event.
  • Perfect place to start a tour of Ha Long Bay

50
Ha Long Bay
  • Hang Dau Go (Wooden Stakes Cave)
  • One of most beautiful caves at Ha Long
  • 3 Chambers to the caves
  • Outer Chamber
  • Largest Capacity (3000 people)
  • 25 m high ceilings
  • Middle Chamber
  • Famous for colorful stalagmites and stalactites
  • Inner Chamber
  • Much Smaller than others
  • Stone wells full of fresh water year round

51
Ha Long Bay
  • Sung Sot Cave
  • Path to cave is quite steep
  • 2 Chambers
  • Outer Chamber
  • Square in shape
  • Referred to as waiting room
  • 30 m high ceiling with perfectly smooth walls
    (appears manmade)
  • Inner Chamber
  • Known as Serene Castle
  • Formations appear to resemble a general looking
    over his troops.
  • Light reflected from moving water outside makes
    formations in the chamber seem alive

52
Ha Long Bay
53
Sapa
  • Characteristics
  • Originally created as a retreat for locals from
    Hanois stifling summers
  • Located in Tonkinese Alps near the Chinese border
  • There are eight ethnic groups that inhabit this
    region
  • Hmong, Dao, White Thai, Giay, Tay, Muong, Hao and
    Xa Pho
  • Most prominent are the Red Dao

54
Sapa
  • Reasons to visit
  • Love Market
  • Courting Ritual every Saturday night
  • Beautiful Mountains
  • Waterfalls

55
Sapa
  • Things to know about Sapa
  • Times to visit
  • Spring Fall is best
  • Summers are muddy/rainy
  • Winter can be very cold
  • Locals
  • Quaint town
  • Do not like to have pictures taken unless paid
    for it
About PowerShow.com