Location itself only covers 310 070 squared km

Location The country of Vietnam is located within the continent of asia, and is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in southeast portion of the area. It borders the north of China running down a  coast along the South China Sea, The  Gulf of Thailand, as well as its neighboring countries.Coordinates of (16 10 N, 107 50 E)GeographyThe Republic of Vietnam as a whole occupies around 331,210 sq km. Taking into consideration portions of the land consisting of different features and occupation purposes. Around 21 140 squared km is occupied by water and so the country itself only covers 310 070 squared km of land forming the lettering of an S. Comparing to the numbers of the rest of the world, Vietnam ranks 67th.It is a country consisting of  tropical lowlands, green hills,  densely forested mountains and around  20% levelled land. The country’s land is divided for its highlands,the Red River delta(Locating in the Northern part of the country), The mekong River Delta running down south, the central mountains and coastal lowlands.ClimateThe climate of the country is split to the tropics and temperate zones, south being tropics and north having all rainy, hot, warm,dry and cold. The country as a whole has regular amounts of rainfall and sun but high amounts of humidity. Being in the belt of the Northern Hemisphere it is quite normal to impacts a country’s higher temperatures. The temperature and ranges around the 30s all year around. There are never any bigger change in climate in the southern areas and the northern is the only area who received more cooler weathers, being edge of the tropical climate zone, the country experiences a cooler month of January.Vegetation and animal lifeThe range of vegetation in vietnam is affected by the climate, soil types in the area and topography. It is quite diverse throughout the country as the land of this place stretches very widely through three different climate zones, giving the country different conditions for a variety of species to live upon. There are over 1 500 wooden species, including ebony, mangroves, bamboo and palms. The forests of Vietnam are mixed and cover almost 19 million hectares  of the countries total area.Neighboring countriesVietnam’s shared borders consists of it neighboring countries, in which are laos, cambodia and  china. Laos bordering 2 161 km, China 1 297 km and Cambodia 1 158 km. These neighboring countries are beneficial towards the countries trade, economy and resourcesCurrencyThe vietnamese currency is represented in Dong, in which has been the form of payment since 1978, and was determined by the State Bank of Vietnam.The exchange to canadian currency is around 17 000 vietnam dollars equalling to a canadian dollar, meaning around 1 700 000 equalling to a canadian 100.Population Vietnam is one of the wider spread and more densely populated places in the area of Southeast Asia. The population is at an amazing 96 million and counting, ranking the country 14th most populated in the world. The division of gender is 47 million to 48 female to male, with almost 7 500 births yearly and almost 900 deaths daily.. The growth of the country is outstanding as there are around 280.6 habitants in each square mile and 720 per square mile.RatesAlong with populations, information that resides with these numbers are factors that affect, benefit and make up the populations. The growth rate of Vietnam compared to the world is 122 at .93%. The birth rate is 15.5 per 1000 as the death is around 5.9 per the 1000.Culture The vietnamese culture it partly influenced by the ChineseIndustriesWith the increase in cost, of labour and transportation, Vietnam has become a major competitor against China, who is now not the first choice for many corporations and businesses. Many orders have been relocated to be imported from the country of Vietnam. The country is filled with very capable, young and very skilled people who can be paid little for their labour.  Most industries and corporations can be found in the cities, or in the northern area. They include the mining of coal, chrome tin and other minerals and metals. There are major industries in pharmaceuticals and food processing of consumer goods.ReligionReligion in Vietnam (2014)2  Vietnamese folk religion or not religious population (73.2%)  Buddhism (12.2%)  Catholicism (6.8%)  Caodaism (4.8%)  Protestantism (1.5%)  Hoahaoism (1.4%)  Others (0.1%)LanguagesVietnamese is the official language of Vietnam, but English is becoming known as a second language,spoken in places such as Ho Chi Minh. Around the country there are some French, Chinese, and Khmer, as well as mountain area languages (Mon-Khmer and Malayo-Polynesian)Ways of livingAttractionsMarble mountains: These are five different peaks titled after the five elements, water, fire, earth, wind and wood. These include many different caves and multiple buddhist sanctuaries