Save 100$ on your purchase of CACO3 powder

Time is running out to get huge discounts on CACO3 powder!

If you’re in the market for this product, swing by our booth at PLASTINDIA 2023. We’re offering freebies and up to a $ $100 discount on your purchase!

*Discount only applies to 30 purchases made at PLASTINDIA 2023

Don’t miss out – click here to let us know your requirements, and we’ll have everything ready for you when you come by our booth. See you there!

What interesting awaits you at our booth?

Visitors to our booth can observe our special products and experience and engage in Vietnamese culture. We will be sure to surprise you with a variety of traditional cultural expressions and attributes.

Let’s explore and experience these unique things together, and you will not be disappointed!

Vietnam is increasingly becoming a tourist and business destination, yet its culture may still be unknown to many outside the country. To better understand this unique nation, travelers and business professionals are encouraged to explore the many facets of Vietnam’s cultural history and traditions. 

Ao Dai

Vietnamese women have had a strong affinity with the iconic Ao Dai. This traditional garment signifies elegance and has been a part of Vietnamese culture for centuries. It is widely used by all social classes, from urban to rural citizens, in formal and everyday activities. Ao Dai is a proud symbol of Vietnamese femininity and its long-enduring heritage.

Vietnamese Conical Hat

Non la (palm-leaf conical hat) is a traditional symbol of Vietnamese people without age, sex, or racial distinctions.

Vietnam has a long history of traditional costumes, with Nonla being one of the most popular styles. It’s said to originate from a legend about rice growing in Vietnam. According to the story, a giant woman from the sky protected humankind from a deluge of rain by wearing a hat made of four round leaves. The people showed gratitude for her protection by building a temple dedicated to her as the Rain-shielding Goddess. From this tale comes the traditional Nonla attire.

Non la, a conical hat crafted from palm leaves, enriches Vietnamese culture. This iconic image has become strongly associated with the lifestyle of peasants and boat people across Vietnam. The traditional hat is worn by people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds and is an important cultural symbol in Vietnam.

Vietnamese coffee

When you come to our booth, you also have the opportunity to receive many special gifts, including coffee, which is rated as one of the best drinks in the world. In the Vietnamese mind, it is a source of energy and a part of their habits and lifestyle. At any time, people can go to a coffee shop and read the newspaper, surf the net, or study. When they come to Vietnam, many of our customers are very excited to receive this special gift and fall in love with this drink like they would with an exotic young new friend and then attempt to bring it back home. 

It is important to remember that Vietnamese coffee is more than a beverage. It transcends mere liquid refreshment and embodies an attitude of reflective contemplation. Unlike many other typical caffeinated beverages, one cannot simply gulp down Vietnamese coffee–instead, it must be savored to be properly enjoyed. You need time, patience, and complete and utter devotion to appreciate the brew as you watch it painstakingly trickle down, drop by drop, into the glass.