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Minh Anh Vu


Representative: Minh Anh Vu
Role: Director at TerraVerde

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About TerraVerde DMC

TerraVerde is an independent and owner-managed boutique DMC with offices throughout Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar (Burma).

Established in 2005, TerraVerde has been acknowledged as a reliable and quality-focused DMC partner with a proven track record of excellence in both leisure and MICE segments.

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Driven by the desire to deliver impeccable, personalized service as well as creative solutions to our customers and guests, our multilingual team is committed to create unique experiences beyond the ordinary.

About Vietnam


VIETNAM - Astonishingly exotic and utterly compelling, Vietnam is an outstanding travel destination that leaves nothing to be desired - be it cultural heritage such as the traditional Vietnamese cuisine, exploring the turbulent history or scouting the country’s stunningly beautiful nature. Offering pleasant climate and breathtaking landscapes ranging from misty mountains to dells and valleys as well as lush forests and acres and acres of green rice fields, it is a real oasis of harmony and peace. Its highlands and rainforests are home to a variety of exotic wildlife, the tropical islands and tranquil beaches are among the greatest in the Asia-Pacific region.

In addition to its variety of natural and cultural attractions the country offers a wide range of international hotels with state-of-the-art conference and meeting rooms as well as a selection of facilities such as golf courses, relaxation activities, health and spa facilities and fine cuisine.

LAOS - The official name of Laos is the Lao People's Democratic Republic, or Lao PDR - but it has been said that the acronym could equally stand for "Lao People Don't Rush!" For many that is the charm and main attraction of Laos. The country moves at a pace as languid as the Mekong River that flows through it. Towns are less hectic than elsewhere in Asia and the countryside is a combination of beauty and tranquility.

Like its neighbors in Indochina, Laos spent much of the last half of the 20th Century hidden from the gaze of the outside world. Visitors today encounter a simple society with a strong spiritual tradition where the stresses and strains of the modern world seem irrelevant. Despite increased interest from the outside world Laos still remains the undoubted undiscovered gem of Asia. The landlocked nation of a little over six million people exudes a delightful, almost other-worldly charm and reminds one of a simpler, easier time.

CAMBODIA - Cambodia is a small country with a big history. Now a modest player on the world stage, this was once the seat of one of Asia’s most magnificent early civilizations, the mighty Khmer empire of Angkor, whose legendary temples continue to provide a touchstone of national identity – as well as attracting millions of visitors every year. Despite having the eighth wonder of the world in its backyard, Cambodia’s real treasure is its people. The Khmers have been to hell and back, struggling through years of bloodshed, poverty and political instability. Thanks to an unbreakable spirit and infectious optimism, they have prevailed with their smiles intact. No visitor comes away without a measure of admiration and affection for the inhabitants of this enigmatic kingdom.

Cambodia remained hidden from the outside world for much of the last century. Now emerging from years of isolation, the country offers a true taste of Southeast Asia before the arrival of mass tourism and rampant modernization.

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THAILAND - With sixteen million foreigners flying into the country each year, Thailand is Asia’s primary travel destination and offers a host of places to visit. Yet despite this vast influx of visitors, Thailand’s cultural integrity remains largely undamaged - as the only Southeast Asian country never to be colonized, Thailand is studded with incredible cultural and historical sites, including ruins that stretch back hundreds of years. And despite the heavy flow of tourism, the country retains its quintessential identity with its own unique culture and history and a carefree people famed for their smiles.

The country consists of 77 provinces - each with its own story to tell. From the Golden Triangle connections in the north, through its historical and rice producing central regions, past the capital to the idyllic islands, Thailand exceeds all expectations. The only trouble with planning a trip to Thailand is narrowing things down to a few sights.

MYANMAR - It's the dawn of a more democratic era in this extraordinary land, where the landscape is scattered with gilded pagodas and the traditional ways of Asia endure. Following the softening and then removal of a fifteen-year tourism boycott led by the National League for Democracy – Myanmar’s leading political opposition party – tourist numbers have swollen and Myanmar has become a popular destination among those who wish to discover the nearly untouched part of Southeast Asia. It is a fascinating time to discover Myanmar’s glittering golden stupas, bountiful rice fields, enigmatic ruined temples and picturesque mountain paths. Most memorable of all, though, are the encounters with people eager to introduce foreigners to their country and their culture. The main gateway to Myanmar, which is formerly known as Burma, is Yangon, the commercial capital. Evergreen and cool with lush tropical trees, shady parks and beautiful lakes, Yangon has earned the name of "The Garden City of the East".