The 45th ASEAN Glass Conference is hosted with the aim of bringing the latest solutions, technologies and equipment which can be accompanied with manufacturers and governments in cutting off more greenhouse gases in glass production to glass manufacturers, processors, traders, and suppliers. This year's theme “Our Net Zero Future” is a goal for all of us to head to a world of peace and harmony.

Deadline for registration: August 31, 2023.




Located in Khanh Hoa province, the city of Cam Ranh is structured around a natural bay in South Vietnam’s Central Coast region called Cam Ranh Bay. It is located about 40 kilometers southeast of Nha Trang city. With about 100 km2 with five to six km width, nearly 15 km length and a depth of 15-20m, Cam Ranh Bay is truly a natural wonder and perfect place for  international sea activities such as sailing, fishing, coral diving, relaxing, health treatment, climbing….

Cam Ranh Bay’s beauty has been well known for a long time. Mountains and sea are combined to form a masterpiece of the natural marvels throughout Cam Ranh. The bay maintains major contrasting colors: the white color of sand, the blue color of the sea and sky, and the green from mountains and trees all year long.


The climatic conditions in Cam Ranh are characterized by a tropical climate. During most months of the year, there is significant rainfall. There is only a short dry season. Temperatures generally vary from 22°C to 31°C.


Movenpick Resort Cam Ranh Bay is a stylish modern family resort that is ideal for holidaymakers and corporate guests alike. Enjoy latest comforts and exceptional service in well appointed rooms, pool villas and apartments. The wide variety of facilities within the resort suit the different needs of the whole family, as a self contained destination located directly on the beach. The luxury resort offers views across the 17km long white sand beach, considered one of the jewels of Vietnam’s vast coastline.

Check in time: after 15PM – Check out time: before 12PM (noon)

Requests for earlier check-in or late check-out can be arranged upon request and subject to availability.

Early check in: Before 9:00AM at 100% room charge; After 9:00AM at 50% room charge

Late check out: Before 18:00 at 50% room charge; After 18:00 at 100% room charge


Our organizer provides a free of charge transfer service from Cam Ranh International Airport to Movenpick Resort Cam Ranh and vice versa. The travel duration is about 10 minutes.

Service hours:

Cam Ranh International Airport to Movenpick Resort Cam Ranh: September 24th – 25th, 2023 from 06:00 to 20:00

Movenpick Resort Cam Ranh to Cam Ranh International Airport: September 29th, 2023 from 06:00 to 20:00

*For other transportation date and time with own extra service charge, please contact the organizer.


1. Vietnamese Values – The Vietnamese people value humility, restraint, and modesty. Avoid being boastful or showing off wealth. Public displays of affection are generally frowned upon so try to avoid touching people of the opposite sex. Dress conservatively and keep your body covered. The Vietnamese culture has a great respect for the elderly. In every situation, it is best to give honor and preference to the eldest member of the group.
2. Proper Etiquette for Visiting Religious Sites or Other Tourist Sites – Make sure to avoid wearing tight-fitting, overly short attire. Women should ensure that they wear a shirt with sleeves and shorts should come at least to the knee. Remove hats when visiting a sacred site (unless your religion requires wearing one). Do not point the soles of your feet toward anyone or any sacred statues, such as Buddha. This is considered very disrespectful.
3. Proper Eating and Drinking Etiquette – Don’t eat until the oldest person at the table begins eating and make sure to eat all the food you are given, this is seen as a compliment. It is offensive to leave food on a plate. If you need to pick your teeth, cover your mouth with your hand. Don’t play with your chopsticks. Avoid clicking the bowl or hitting the table with your chopsticks and don’t hold your chopstick vertically straight up otherwise it would be very disrespectful.
4. What to Wear in Vietnam – Overall, modest dress is considered the norm in Vietnam. However, you will find that in resort areas with a high concentration of tourists this may not be the case. When traveling throughout Vietnam, it is generally a good idea to wear long shorts and avoid revealing shirts. Covered shoulders and shorts to the knees provide an appropriate amount of coverage.


For Vietnam, there are three associated plug types, types A, C and F. Plug type A is the plug which has two flat parallel pins, plug type C is the plug with two round pins and plug type F has two round pins with two earth clips on the side. Vietnam operates on a 220V supply voltage and 50Hz.


The official currency in Vietnam is the Vietnamese “Dong” or in the shorter way, Dong. At this stage, there are two versions of Vietnam currency are in use: the Polymer note (500,000 VND, 200,000 VND, 100,000 VND, 50,000 VND, 20,000 VND, and 10,000 VND) and Cotton note (5,000 VND, 2,000 VND, 1,000 VND, 500 VND, and 200 VND). However, the last two cotton notes are rarely used since the value is too small.

Major currency bills are cashed easily at hotels, tourist shops, all provincial banks, shopping centers and money changers. Travelers’ cheques is no longer used in Vietnam, so we advised to bring US Dollars, AU Dollars, European or GB Pound, and exchange into the local currency on arrival.

Credit cards are widely accepted.


Cam Ranh International Airport only has one exit, so our organizing team is going to meet all of the delegates outside the airport.


Visas are exempted for the citizens of the countries which have signed a bilateral or unilateral visa exemption agreement with Vietnam. The countries whose citizens are exempt from visas are listed on

A business visa will usually require a Visa Approval Letter (Visa Reference Number) which will be sent directly from Vietnamese Immigration Department to the relevant Vietnamese consultant or embassy. It takes at least 3 weeks to process the internal Visa Approval Letter (Visa Reference Number) for the applicant.

If you require a visa support letter, please fill in the form Hotel Reservation & Visa Support Form and send it to local secretariat email at

Electronic visa (E-visa) is one of visa types issued to foreigners by Vietnamese Immigration Department via electronic system. Vietnam E-visa is valid for maximum of 30 days, single entry. Outside Vietnam foreigners who want to enter Vietnam can personally apply for E-visa or through the inviting/guaranteeing agencies and organizations. E-visa fee is paid via electronic payment gateway as prescribed by the Immigration Department. The fee will not be refunded if the application is refused.

List of Countries that allowed E-visa opening.

List of Ports that allowed foreigners enter and exit Vietnam by E-visa.

Conditions for being granted e-visa:

  • Outside Vietnam foreigners;
  • Holding valid passport;
  • Not falling into the cases of suspension from entry prescribed in Article 21 of Law on foreigners’ entry into, exit from, transit through, residence in Vietnam.

For more information, please visit link at: Vietnam evisa – National portal on Immigration (