Vietnam is the largest exporter of cashews in the world, producing over 1 million tons of cashews annually.
The Vietnamese language uses the Latin alphabet, which was introduced by French colonizers in the late 19th century.
Vietnam is the world's second-largest coffee producer, behind only Brazil.
Vietnam is home to the world's largest cave, Son Doong Cave, which is located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park and was discovered in 2009.
The Vietnamese Lunar New Year, known as Tet, is the most important holiday in Vietnam and is celebrated for up to a week.
The Vietnamese alphabet consists of 29 letters, including 12 vowels and 17 consonants.
Vietnam is home to more than 50 different ethnic groups, each with their own unique traditions and customs.
The Vietnamese flag has a single, large gold star in the center, which represents the unity of the people.
Vietnamese cuisine is known for its healthy, fresh ingredients and bold flavors, and is heavily influenced by Chinese, French, and Indian cooking.
The Vietnamese economy has been one of the fastest-growing in the world in recent years, with a focus on manufacturing, services, and technology.