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Vietnam Fair: Exhibitors Manual
Vietnam Fair: Exhibitors Manual
Version 1.0
Contents
1. USEFUL CONTACTS FOR THE EHEF EXHIBITORS ............................................................... 2
2. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................. 3
3. BOOTH CONSTRUCTION............................................................................................................ 4
4. ADDITIONAL SERVICES .................................................................................................................. 6
5. SHIPMENT OF MATERIALS ............................................................................................................ 9
6. VISA......................................................................................................................................................10
7. ACCESS TO VENUE........................................................................................................................11
8. PRACTICAL INFORMATION BEFORE DEPARTURE ..............................................................12
9. EMBASSY INFORMATION ............................................................................................................20
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1. USEFUL CONTACTS FOR THE EHEF EXHIBITORS
S.I.C.I Dominus Brussels Office
Rue de la Loi 81-A | 1040| Belgium
Tel: + 32 (0) 2 828 00 17
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ehef.asia/index.php/ehef-vietnam-2014
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2. GENERAL INFORMATION
This exhibitor manual provides information about practical matters to prepare your participation in
the EU Higher Education Fair – Vietnam 2014.
All necessary information for preparation for the fair will be included in this manual. Since the manual will
be updated as further information becomes available, please make sure you are using the latest version of
the Manual, available at: www.ehef.asia
Date and Location
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Hanoi, Vietnam
November 15th – 16th, 2014
Grand Plaza Hotel: http://grandplazahanoi.net/
Address: 117 Tran Duy Hung, Cau Giay District, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Opening hours on Exhibition days
November 15th, 2014
For visitors: 10:00 -18:00
For exhibitors: 07:00-20:00
November 16th, 2014
For visitors: 09:00 - 17:30
For exhibitors: 09:00 18:30
Exhibitors should ensure that the allocated booths are attended during the Opening hours for visitors
(taking turns during lunch time)
Exhibitors will be able to access the venue during the Opening hours for exhibitors. For more information on
this point, please refer to the section ACCESS TO VENUE
Fair Design
The fair will consist of the following inter related elements.
An opening ceremony with the presence of Vice Minister of the Ministry of Education and Training,
the Ambassador of the Delegation of European Union to Vietnam, VIPs, senior officials from participating
EU Institutions, heads of selected Vietnamese higher institutions and senior officials from the Government
of Vietnam.
The Exhibition Area: European HEIs will be able to showcase their courses on offer and give information
about system(s), campuses and facilities for hosting foreign students, etc.
Presentations: An programme of interactive presentations and practical workshops will be delivered
by national agencies and representations (EU Member States), and HEI exhibitors (selected on the basis of
the proposals submitted in the application form). Several rounds of presentations will take place during the
exhibition time.
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3. BOOTH CONSTRUCTION
Booths will be grouped by country, with national clusters consisting of HEIs and national representations
(if applicable).
Final floor plans will be made available to exhibitors, uploaded on the website and distributed to the
visitors at the exhibition.
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Each booth will display the
communication signs of the Fair, a
flag identifying the country and
the logo and name of the HEI.
The organizers will contact each
exhibitor and ask them to send
the materials.
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Equipment:
Each booth will be equipped with
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one discussion table
two exhibitor chairs
two visitor chairs.
1 rack for handling of institution materials.
Floor: Carpeted
One waste paper basket
Lighting and power: One spotlight on the top of back-wall, one electricity plug.
Internet connection
Wi-fi internet connection will be provided free of charge at the venue.
Decoration of booths
Booths will be made available to exhibitors in the morning on November 15th. From 7:00 onwards,
exhibitors wearing the EHEF exhibitor badges will be allowed to enter the exhibition area to decorate
their booths. If exhibitors require access before this time to the venue organisers will endeavour to assist.
All exhibitors are expected to finish the decoration of booths on time for the opening for visitors.
Guidelines for booth decoration
Exhibitors are free to decorate their booths according to the following guidelines:
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Institutions/organizations will be able to display their materials on a 2.0m width x 2.1m height format
on the back-wall.
Booth and exhibit decorations (inclusive of: displays, furniture, posters, stickers, etc.) may only be
pasted or placed within the individual booths and may not be placed or extended beyond the assigned
space of each booth (maximum height is 2 meters)
It is not allowed to cover any signs, logos or country/institutional names which have been put up by
the organisers to each booth.
Decorative materials may only be pasted on the display panel using the stationery set provided by the
organizers (double‐sided tape or blu-tack that will be provided to the exhibitors. Use of nails, pins or
any other materials that may damage the booth material is not permitted.
It is not allowed to obstruct the aisles of the exhibit hall and/or affect in any way the displays of other
exhibitors
It is not allowed to install revolving or flickering lights or sound equipment which might disturb other
exhibitors
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4. ADDITIONAL SERVICES
Hotel accommodation
Special rates for hotel bookings at several hotels nearby the venue have been negotiated for
exhibitors. Selection has been made based on close proximity to venue. Organizers can help book
accommodation for exhibition if requested. Please note that the special rate will be applied if the booking
is released from the organizer, not from the exhibitors directly.
Request for booking hotel accommodation should be sent to: [email protected] with BOOKING in the
subject. Details should be included: full name, date of arrival and departure, type of room and any other
specific request.
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Special price range for 4-star hotels is from 55 USD to 75 USD ++ included breakfast/single
room/night
Special price range for 5-star hotels is from 85 USD to 120 USD ++ included breakfast/single
room/night
Check-in time: 2:00 pm
Check-out time: 12:00 pm
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Grand Plaza Hanoi Hotel (5-star hotel)
Fortuna Hotel (4-star hotel)
117 Tran Duy Hung, Trung Hoa, Cau Giay, No.6 Lang Ha, Thanh Cong, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: +84 4 3831 3333
Phone: +84 4 3555 1000
Fax: + 84 4 3831 3300
Email: [email protected]
Fax: +84 4 3555 1111
Website: http://grandplazahanoi.net/
http://www.fortuna.vn/
(Note: about 3.8 km far from the fair venue)
Crowne Plaza West Hanoi (5-star hotel)
Bao Son Hotel (4-star hotel)
50 Nguyen Chi Thanh, Dong Da, Hanoi, 36 Le Duc Tho, My Dinh 2, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi,
Vietnam
Vietnam
Phone: +84 4 6270 6688
Phone: +84 4 3835 3536
Fax: + 84 4 6270 6666
Email: [email protected]
http://www.baosonhotels.com/
(Note: about 3km far from the fair venue)
Email: [email protected]
http://www.crowneplazawesthanoi.com/en/home.h
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(Note: about 6 km far from the fair venue)
JW Marriot Hotel (5- star hotel)
No.8 Do Duc Duc, Me Tri, Tu Liem, Hanoi,
Hanoi Daewoo Hotel (5-star hotel)
Vietnam
360 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone : +84 4 3833 5588
Phone: +84 4 3831 5000
Fax : +84 4 3833 5599
Email: [email protected]
Website:
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/hanj
w-jw-marriott-hotel-hanoi/
(Note: about 2 km far from the fair venue)
http://www.daewoohotel.com/default-en.html
(Note: about 3.5 km far from the fair venue)
General notes on hotel booking
Hotel bookings are subject to the hotels’ cancellation policies and terms.
If exhibitors arrange accommodation for themselves, it is recommended that exhibitors also book a
pick up service via the hotel or other means from the airport (also see section on practical information
before departure).
Interpreters
Interpreters shall be available at the exhibition.
Catering
Please do not consume your meals inside the booth during opening hours. Two bottles of water will
be served to exhibitors/day. Lunch buffet for 2 days of exhibition will be provided.
Booth cleaning and waste disposal
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Before the start of the Fair, the assigned booth will be handed over to the exhibitor in a clean state.
During the fair, staff will regularly collect waste from the booths on both days, but the exhibitor is
requested to use the waste bin inside the booth.
Security
During the fair, security guards will be present to guard the venue. However, exhibitors are responsible
for their material left in the booth. All exhibitors are urged to insure their staff members and
property. The organiser cannot be held liable for personal injuries, losses or damage of any kind.
Technical assistant
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During the fair, technical assistants will be available for handling any technical issues.
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5. SHIPMENT OF MATERIALS
Exhibitors are responsible for shipping of their exhibition materials to the respective EHEF Vietnam
organizer at the following address:
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Transformation and Change Management Consulting Company Limited (T&C Consulting)
No. 18 Alley 12/21 Dao Tan Street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi, Vietnam
Telephone: + 84 4 37622256
Tax: + 84 4 37622258
Attention: Ms. Nguyen Thi Thanh Tam
Before shipping materials, send an email to [email protected] including SHIPMENT in the subject, and in
the body: name of institutions/country origin, total number of packages/boxes (clearly marked), expected
date of arrival and any instruction for special handling, name of courier/freight forwarder, contact person
for acknowledgement. The receipt of the shipping will be acknowledged ASAP.
All materials of exhibitors will be delivered to the fair venue before the commencement of the exhibition.
Exhibitors should order the courier service provider or freight forwarder the door to door service. Any
costs relating to shipping materials such as shipping fee, customs fee should be paid by exhibitors.
Exhibitors are responsible for their own insurance.
Content of shipment
Please do not send anything other than the information material (brochures, flyer, posters etc.) or
small giveaway items. It is strictly forbidden to pack any dangerous goods like lighters, matches, batteries,
aerosols, cash, voucher, personal property, perishable goods, and etc. List of prohibited items for
immigration can be found at:
http://www.vietnamtourism.com/e_pages/useful/useful.asp?uid=2335
For hand carried items, all exhibitors should make their own prior arrangements for delivery and
transportation of items to the venue and to their stand.
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6. VISA
Passport and Visa
Most foreign nationals require a passport and visa to enter Vietnam for any purpose. Visitors must
obtain a visa from a Vietnamese Embassy or Consulate in exhibitors’ home countries prior to entering
the country. Visas can be picked up at the Vietnamese embassies abroad or upon arrival at international
airports depending on arrangement with the embassy. Details can be found on the website:
http://www.vietnamtourism.com/e_pages/useful/useful.asp?uid=2282
Visas are exempted for the citizens of the countries, which have signed a bilateral or unilateral visa
exemption agreement with Vietnam, tourist visa may be valid for 15 to 30 days. Citizens of Sweden,
Norway, Denmark, Finland and Russia holding different kinds of passports are exempt from visa
requirements and are allowed to stay for not more than 15 days if they meet the following requirements:
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Valid passport for 3 months before of entrance date to Vietnam
Round trip air ticket or air ticket to another countries
Not include in the list of prohibition of immigration to Vietnam.
Each visitor should carry photocopies of the passport identification page and the page containing the
Vietnam visa in order to facilitate replacement in the event of theft or loss of the passport.
A LSIT OF EMBASSIES AND CONTACT DETAILS ARE PROVIDED AT THE END OF THIS
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7. ACCESS TO VENUE
Exhibitor badges
All representatives of an exhibiting institution will be registered and given a badge. Each exhibiting
institution is entitled to a maximum of t w o representatives. For security reasons it is essential to
wear the name badge throughout the Fair.
Only persons with a badge will be admitted to the exhibit hall prior to the official opening hours of
the event. These persons must be employed by or otherwise be directly affiliated with the exhibitor,
and they may represent only the exhibitor and no one else. Their names must be given to the organisers
in advance. Exhibitors will receive their badges on the morning of the events at the venue.
Security
During the fair, there will be security guards at the venue. However, exhibitors are responsible for their
own belongings and materials left at the booths. All exhibitors are urged to insure their own staff
members and property. The organisers cannot be held liable for personal injuries, losses or any kind of
damages.
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8. PRACTICAL INFORMATION BEFORE DEPARTURE
Country information*
 Country Name: Socialist Republic of Vietnam
 Capital City: Hanoi
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Size: 331,212 km2
 Population: 88,8 million
 Languages: Vietnamese is the official languages. Numerous local languages and dialects are spoken.
 Currency: dong
 Telephone Code: 84
 Time Zone: GMT + 7 hours.
Money
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Currency: dong (₫).
Notes are in denominations of VND: 500₫, 1.000₫, 2000₫, 5.000₫, 10.000₫, 20.000₫, 50.000₫,
100.000₫, 200.000₫ và 500.000₫
Coins are in denominations of VND: 200₫,500₫, 1.000₫, 2.000₫ và 5.000₫ (but it’s not popularly
used nowadays).
Credit cards are widely accepted in Vietnam, particularly MasterCard, Visa. Credit cards can
also be used to draw cash advances in dong at various ATM outlets. Fees for paying by credit
card or withdrawal may be charged.
Currency regulations
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Rough conversion: 1 Euro = 27,950 dong (official EU conversion rate as of September 2014).
Travellers are warned that changing money through unauthorised persons is not only illegal but
also involves the risk of receiving counterfeit currency.
Travellers can change money at many commercial banks which are available nearby the fair venue
(please see the below map).
Travellers can also exchange money at hotels.
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Custom regulations
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Guests are entitled to bring the goods: Duty free: Tobacco: 400 cigarettes; Cigar:50-100 cigarettes;
Tobacco: 500 gr; Alcohol: 1:51 liters, Tea: 5kg; Coffee: 3kg.
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Diamond above 3 carat, must be declared.
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Gold which is over 300gram, must be declared.
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Machinery, jewelry which worth over 300 USD must be declared and can’t be put in the luggage
sign posts.
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Goods purchased from abroad to Vietnam will be evaluated by Vietnam Customs (does not depend
on the purchase invoice in foreign ). If over 300 USD, these good must be declared and 50% of tax
will be applied on the amount exceeding.
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Health
If required, the hotels can arrange for a doctor on call. However, you are advised to carry medicines
for basic ailments with you and have proper travel insurance.
Below are some good hospitals/Clinic nearby:
H- Clinic Trung Hoa
Floor 1, Building 24T1 Hoang Dao Thuy, Cau Giay,
Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: +84-4-62 51 28 35
Website: http://en.hfh.com.vn/
Family Medical Practice Vietnam
298 Kim Ma Street, Van Phuc Compound, Ba Dinh
District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: +84 4 3843 0748
Fax: +84 4 3846 1750
Website:
http://www.vietnammedicalpractice.com/?lang=1
Hong Ngoc General Hospital – Keangnam
Area B1, Floor 10, Keangnam Landmark 72, Pham
Hung, Cau Giay, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: + 84 4 39275568 ext. 8
Website: http://hongngochospital.vn/home/
L’Hôpital Français de Hanoï
No.1, Phuong Mai street, Dong Da district, Hanoi,
Vietnam
Tel: +84 4 3577 1100
Fax: + 84 4 3576 4443
Emergency: + 84 4 3574 1111
Website: http://en.hfh.com.vn/
Immunisation
No vaccinations are obligatory for Vietnam.
Hygiene
Drinking water: Bottled water is available and usually provided in flasks in hotel rooms. For people
with delicate digestive systems, it is advisable to use bottled mineral water which is readily available in
Hanoi.
Food: Vegetables and fruits should be washed with purified water or peeled wherever possible.
Time difference
UTC : plus 7 hours
Air Travel
The national flight carrier in Vietnam is Vietnam Airlines. They have direct flights from Hanoi to Paris,
Frankfurt and London and connecting flights to other cities in Europe such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Madrid,
Vienne, Roma, Nice, etc.
Hanoi, (Noi Bai International Airport), 30 km northwest of the city. Passengers can travel from Noi Bai
airport to Hanoi by taxi (cost 350,000 VND), 12-seat minibus (40,000 VND) or bus 45 seats (40,000 VND).
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There always have airport taxies at the airport.
Note: Noi Bai International airport has money exchange facilities, tourist information offices, hotel
reservation services & airport to city buses operating 24 hours a day.
There are few airport taxi companies available 24/24 at the airport (and call for taxi to airport in Hanoi):
Group Airport taxi: + 84 4 38 51 51 51
Mai Linh Airport taxi: + 84 4 38 222 666
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Taxis
Taxi is available in large cities and fares are charged on a kilometre basis. Taxi can be easily get at the streets.
Tips are not expected. Below are some good taxi services in Hanoi:
Group taxi: +84 4 38 53 53 53
Mai Linh Taxi: + 84 4 38 61 61 61
Ba Sao taxi: + 84 4 32 32 32 32
During the rush hours (7:30 – 8:30 am and 16:30 -18:30), roads in large cities are always busy and traffic jam
can be happen.
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Climate and Weather
Local weather in Hanoi is shown below:
Mean
Daily
Minimum
Temperature (°C)
Mean
Daily
Maximum
Temperature
(°C)
Mean
Total
Rainfall
Jan
13.7
19.3
18.6
8.4
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Feb
15
19.9
26.2
11.3
16
Mar
18.1
22.8
43.8
15
Apr
21.4
27
90.1
13.3
May
24.3
31.5
188.5
14.2
Jun
25.8
32.6
239.9
14.7
Jul
26.1
32.9
288.2
15.7
Aug
25.7
31.9
318
16.7
Sep
24.7
30.9
265.4
13.7
Oct
21.9
28.6
130.7
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Nov
18.5
25.2
43.4
6.5
Dec
15.3
21.8
23.4
6
Month
Mean Number
of Rain Days
(mm)
Recommended Clothing
Travellers can wear loose cotton fabrics all year, but bring warmer clothing when going up to the highlands,
or if you're wintering in northern Vietnam. Bring rainwear and an umbrella if you're in town during the
monsoons.
Language
The official languages are Vietnamese. Vietnamese is a monosyllabic language expressed in a romanised
alphabet with diacritical marks. Monosyllables and tones are the main differences between Vietnamese and
English aside from a number of vowels and consonants that exist in one language but not in the other.
People from different regions in Vietnam speak with very different accents. Accents can be so strong that
speakers often have to repeat themselves before they are fully understood.
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Many regional accents are noticeable in central Vietnam. People from the central regions generally have
little difficulty understanding those from the north or the south, but “heavy” central accents can make the
converse less true.
Nonetheless, the language is essentially the same throughout the country so Vietnamese from different
regions do eventually understand one another, especially now that there is greater mobility within the
country. However, one word may have varying meanings depending on which region you find yourself in,
or a word may exist in one area, but not in another.
Food
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Eating is a very definite pleasure for the Vietnamese. It is not uncommon to be offered food when you
are visiting someone, or when you are attending a meeting. However, it is neither impolite to refuse
the offer, though the host may insist, nor need you worry about finishing everything that is offered.
Vietnamese food is similar to Chinese but focuses more on simple preparation rather than elaborate
undertakings. It is rather light and not as oil-based as its Chinese counterpart.
With its long coastline, Vietnamese cuisine features a great variety of fish and seafood. In addition, the
country offers a diverse range of delicious and, when in season, very inexpensive tropical fruit.
Many Vietnamese dishes are served in individual portions, but this style of eating is considered
snacking only.
Snacks and delicate can be ordered in large quantities and eaten as main courses.
Real meals are round-table sit-down affairs where some dishes are ordered for everyone. Sometimes
when visiting a restaurant you may not be consulted when it comes to the ordering. The host usually
assumes this task as he or she is supposed to know the restaurant well enough to have invited you
there.
If you have to order, simply enumerate the dishes, for example, ‘one steak, two coffees’. Soup is not
usually served in a simple portion and normally arrives with other dishes. If you want your soup in
advance, specify so.
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Each person usually seasons his or her own food from the spices and condiments on the table. For
example, the simplest bowl of “phở” can be turned into something very individual by adding varying
amounts of chili sauce, lime, mint leaves, bean soup spouts and fish sauce that are present on the
table.
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‘Western’ food is available in hotel restaurants and usually means a Vietnamese interpretation of some
French dish.
Shopping
Shopping in Vietnam is for those who like to bargain; for those who do not, it can be trying at times. It is
still cheap to live in a city like Hanoi, mainly because food prices are extremely low. However, items can
rarely be returned once bought, even if they are broken. So exercise care when you buy.
BARGAINING: except in state-owned department stores, you need to bargain. Competition means the
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few Vietnamese expressions thrown in show that you have had more exposure to Vietnam, and thus,
know the ‘real’ price.
Since the government does not allow the use of foreign currencies for street transactions, you normally
have to bargain in Vietnamese “đồng”, although some merchants may have a calculator handy to tell you
the price in greenback.
Communication
There are 6 mobile phone services in Vietnam including Vinaphone, MobiFone, Viettel, Vietnammobile, Sfone, Gmobile. You can easily buy a sim card for installing in your mobiles. Pre-paid card can be bought
easily on the street. 3G service is available for all networks. Telephone charge for international calls is
quite high.
The telephone code for Vietnam is 84 and for Hanoi is 4.
Telephone number for emergency in Vietnam are: Police: 113; and Health Emergency: 115.
Power and electricity
Two prong plugs are common in Vietnam (type C and type A). Many of the new 4 and 5 star hotels use
the British standard 3-pin plug (Electrical Plugs Type G). The sockets available at the booths are
suitable for two round prong plugs (type C).
Types of Electrical Plugs Common in Vietnam
Type
A
(Common in
older hotels)
Type B
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Type F
Type
G
(Not common
in
older
hotels)
The nominal voltage in Hanoi is 220V. Check your equipment to see what voltage range it can safely run
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9. EMBASSY INFORMATION
Austria
Cyprus
Embassy of Austria
Embassy of Cyrus
Floor 8, Prime Center, No.53 Quang Trung, Hanoi, New Delhi, 67 Jor Bagh New Delhi 110003, India
Vietnam
Phone: +91-11-24697503
Phone: 84-4-39433050
Fax: +91-11-24628828
Fax: 84-4-39433055
E-mail: [email protected]
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Belgium
Czech Republic
Embassy of Belgium
Embassy of the Czech Republic
Floor 9, Hanoi Tower, No.49 Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, No.13 Chu Van An, Hanoi, Vietnam
Vietnam
Phone: (84-4) 3845 4131/2
Phone: (84-4) 39346179/80
Fax: (84-4) 823 3996
Fax: (84-4) 39346183
Email: [email protected];
[email protected];[email protected]
Email: [email protected]
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Website: www.diplomatie.be/hanoi
Bulgaria
Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria
No.5, Nui Truc, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: (84-04) 38452908
Fax: (84-04) 38460856
Email: [email protected]; [email protected]
Denmark
Royal Danish Embassy
No.17-19 Dien Bien Phu, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: 84-04-38231888
Fax: 84-04-38231999
Email: [email protected]
Croatia
Estonia
Embassy of Croatia
Embassy of the Republic of Estonia
No.3 Jalan Mengkuang, Off Jalan Ru, Ampang, 55000 Beijing C-617/618, of Beijing Lufthansa Center
Kuala Lumpur, Malaixia.
No.50 Liangmaqiao Chaoyang Road Dist. Beijing
100125
Phone: +60-3-42535340
Phone: +86-10-64637913
Fax: +60-3-42535217
Fax: +86-10-64637908
Email: [email protected]
Email: embassy,[email protected]
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Finland
Embassy of Finland
No.31 Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Hungary
Embassy of Hungary
Floor 12, Daeha Business Center, 360 Kim Ma,
Hanoi
Phone: 84-4-37715714/5
Fax: 84-4-37715716
Email:
[email protected]
Or
[email protected]
Website: www.mfa.gov.hu/emb/hanoi
Phone: (84-4) 38266788
Fax: (84-4) 38266766
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.finland.org.vn
France
Embassy of France
No.57 Tran Hung Dao, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: 84-04-39445700
Fax: 84-04-39445717
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ambafrance-vn.org
Ireland
Embassy of Ireland
Floor 2, Sentinel Place, 41A Ly Thai To, Hanoi,
Phone: 84-04-39743291
Fax: 84-04-39743295
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.embassyofireland.vn
Germany
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
No.29 Tran Phu, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: 84-04-38453836/7/43;0245/38430246
Fax: 84-04-38453838/38439969
Email: [email protected]
Italy
Embassy of Italy
No.9 Le Phung Hieu, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Phone: 84-04-38256246/38256256
Fax: 84-04-38267602
Email: [email protected]
Greece
Embassy of Greece
27-29 Au Co Str., Tay Ho Dist.,Hanoi, Vietnam
Latvia
Embassy of Latvia
Unit 71 Greenland Garden No.1A Greenland
Road Chaoyang Dist., Beijing.
Phone: +86-10-64333863
Fax: +86-10-64333810
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 84- 04-37152254/37152263
Fax: 84-04-37152253
Email: [email protected]
Lithuania
Poland
Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania
Embassy of the Republic of Poland
BEIJING, A-18, King's Garden Villa Xiao Yun Road 18 No.3 Chua Mot Cot Str., Ba Đinh Dist., Hanoi,
Vietnam
Chaoyang Dist., 100125.
Phone: +86-10-84518520
Phone: 84-04-38452027/38453728
Fax: +86-10-84514442
Fax: 84-04-38236914
Email: [email protected]
Email:
[email protected]
Website: cn.mfa.lt
[email protected]
This project is funded
by the European
Union
This project is
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Luxembourg
Embassy of Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Bangkok, Q House Lumpinni, 17thFloor,
01 South Sathorn Road Thungmahamek,
Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Thailand.
Phone: +66-2-6777360
Fax: +66-2-6777364
Email: [email protected]
Portugal
Embassy of Portugal
26 Bush Lane , New Road Bangrak, Bangkok
10500, Thailand.
Malta
High Commission of Malta
1-51 San Li Tun, Diplomatic Compound
Phone: +86-10-65323114
Fax: +86-10-65326125
Email: [email protected]
Romania
Embassy of Romania
No.5 Le Hong Phong, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: 84-04-38452014
Fax: 84-04-38430922
Email: [email protected]
The Netherlands
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Floor 6, Deaha Office Tower, 360 Kim Ma, Hanoi,
Vietnam
Phone: 84-04-38315650
Fax: 84-04-38315655
Email: [email protected]
Slovakia
Embassy of the Slovak Republic
No.12 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: +66-2-2342123/22340372/2347435
Fax: +66-2-6396113
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 84-04-37347601, 37347602
Fax: 84-04-37347603
Email: [email protected]
Slovenia
Spain
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia
Embassy of Spain
BEIJING, 57 Block F, Ya Qu Yuan King's Garden Villas No.4 Le Hong Phong, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
18 Xiao Yun, Chao Yang, Beijing 100016
Phone: +86-10-64681030
Phone: 04-37715207/8/9
Fax: +86-10-64681040
Fax: 04-37715206
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.embassyinvietnam.maec.es
Sweden
Embassy of Sweden
No.2 Nui Truc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Phone: (84-04) 37260400
Fax: (84-04) 38232195
Email: [email protected]
This project is funded
by the European
Union
United Kingdom
High Commission for Great Britain
4F, 31 Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Phone: 84-04-39360500
Fax: 84-04-39360561
Email: [email protected]
This project is
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