Vietnam Trivia Quiz Questions with Answers
Vietnam, officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is
the easternmost country on what Peninsula in Southeast Asia?
A: The Indochina Peninsula.
As of 2014, what is the estimated population of the
A: 90.5 million.
Where does Vietnam rank in the world as for population?
A: It's the world's 13th-most-populous country.
The name Vietnam translates as what?
A: "Southern Viet" (synonymous with the much older term Nam Viet).
The name was first officially adopted in what year by
Emperor Gia Long?
What country borders Vietnam to the north?
The country is bordered on the northwest by what country?
To the southwest is what country?
To the east is what?
A: The South China Sea.
Vietnam's capital city is what?
Vietnam's successful economic reforms resulted in its
joining the what in 2007?
A: World Trade Organization.
Vietnam still suffers from high levels of income
inequality, disparities in access to healthcare and a lack of what?
A: Gender equality.
In 1862, the southern third of Vietnam became the
colony of what?
By 1884, all of Vietnam was ruled by what country?
French rule was formally integrated into the union of
French Indochina in what year?
Vietnam is divided into how many provinces?
How big is Vietnam in square miles?
A: It covers a total area of approximately 127,881 sq mi.
Vietnam is almost the size of what European country?
What is the combined length of Vietnam's land boundaries?
A; 2,883 miles.
How long is its coastline in miles?
A: 2,140 miles long.
At its narrowest point the country is as little as how many
About how wide is the country in the north?
A: about 370 miles.
Vietnam's land is mostly hilly and densely what?
About what percentage of the land is level?
A: No more than 20%.
About what percentage do Mountains account for?
A: 40% of the country's land area.
Tropical forests cover around what percentage of the land
The Red River Delta is criss-crossed by a maze of rivers
and canals, which carry so much sediment that the delta advances how far each
A: 60 to 80 meters into the sea every year.
What are Vietnam's two World Natural Heritage Sites?
A: Hạ Long Bay and Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park.
Vietnam is one of twenty-five countries considered to
possess a uniquely what?
A: High level of biodiversity.
Vietnam is ranked 16th worldwide in biological diversity,
being home to approximately what percentage of the world's species?
How many species of flora have been identified in Vietnam,
of which 10% are endemic?
A: 15,986 species.
For much of its history, Vietnam has been a predominantly
agricultural civilization based on the cultivation of what?
A :Wet rice.
Vietnam is now the world's largest producer of what kind of
A: Cashew nuts.
What share of the cashew nut world wide market does Vietnam
A: One third.
Vietnam is the second-largest exporter of what staple in
the world, after Thailand?
Vietnam is the world's second largest exporter of what
agricultural product used to make a beverage?