Drinking age in Vietnam
All the different countries of the world have their own drinking ages. There are countries that have some drinking ages that are 21 and older, and there are countries that have drinking ages that are 16 and older too. There are countries that have much different attitudes than Muslim countries and African countries, which sometimes have a drinking age of 21 or more, or who stop the sales of alcohol entirely.
It’s interesting to note that there are countries all over the world who have wildly different drinking ages, and none of them ever listens to the other countries when they’re devising their drinking ages. They set what’s right for their people. That’s why there are drinking ages that are different all over the world. You will see drinking ages that are 16 years old and older, and you will see drinking ages that are 21 years old and older. It just depends on what the country thinks is right for their people. All countries are different in how they treat their drinking ages. Sometimes, countries have had distinct drinking ages at different times in their histories. Other times, they’ve had the same drinking age for many years. It all depends.
There is no legal drinking age in Vietnam. The legal purchase age is 18. If you’re 18 or older, you’ll have no trouble getting served there. There’s not even a legal drinking age in Vietnam, so if you can get the alcohol, then you can drink it. It’s similar to the United States with their age for the public purchase and possession of alcohol at 21, but the legal drinking age being set by the states. However, there’s no legal drinking age at all in Vietnam. A lot of people, especially younger students, think that their friends are joking when they hear that there is no legal drinking age there. They don’t really have an alcohol problem there, so there’s no legal drinking age limit. In the United States, for example, it’s a little different, and there’s a huge problem with alcohol in the country, especially on the roadways. There were a lot of underage drunk driving accidents prior to the enactment of the National Minimum Drinking Age Act.
Vietnam had a lot of war and action take place in it in the 1960s and 1970s, but they’ve bounced back and become a major tourist destination. They have some of the most exotic and potent alcoholic beverages in the world, and there are major breweries and bartenders there that are very famous for the kind of stuff that they do. There are a ton of tourists who come from all over the United States, Europe, and Australia to see the wonders of Vietnam. Part of those wonders are seeing the amazing kinds of alcoholic beverages that are served there. They are some of the strongest, most potent, and tastiest alcoholic beverages in the world, and people come from far and wide just to sample them, try them out, and imbibe on them.