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The Vietnam flag has a red background and a large yellow, five-pointed star in the center.
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This Vietnam flag is ideal for both individuals and organizations looking to express their connection to Vietnam's culture and history.

Our Vietnamese flag is meticulously crafted from high-quality nylon, a lightweight material that dries quickly and can fly even in gentle breezes. The flag's vivid red background and iconic yellow star are digitally printed, creating UV-resistant colors, even under direct sunlight.

We offer Vietnam flags in various sizes, including 12” x 18”, 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. The popular 3’ x 5’ size is a favorite among our customers. Each flag is prepared for easy mounting, featuring a robust canvas header and brass grommets that securely fit any of our outdoor flagpoles. Are you interested in adding the flag of Vietnam right outside your home or business? Consider using our popular 6’ tangle-free house-mounted pole.

Vietnam Flag Features

  • Made in the USA, demonstrating our commitment to quality craftsmanship
  • Authentic 1955 design
  • Durable 100% nylon for outdoor flying
  • Reinforced canvas header
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets

Note: To extend the lifespan of your flag, we advise lowering it during severe weather conditions. Read our blog post on flag care and best practices for more tips.

Are you looking for an indoor version for formal displays? We also offer an indoor Vietnam flag, elegantly finished with gold fringe and equipped with a pole sleeve for distinguished presentations.

Vietnam Flag Meaning & History

The flag of Vietnam carries deep historical significance and embodies the spirit and struggle of the Vietnamese people. First adopted in 1945, when Vietnam declared independence from France, the flag's design is simple yet profound. The red background represents the bloodshed and revolution in the fight for freedom. The large, central yellow star symbolizes the unity of the people in this struggle, with its five points representing the main groups in Vietnamese society: workers, farmers, soldiers, intellectuals, and traders.

In 1955, the flag’s design was modified to make the star smaller and change the shape of its points. This version of the flag is the one still being used today.

Other Details

Motto: "Độc lập – Tự do – Hạnh phúc" / "Independence – Freedom – Happiness"
Capital: Hanoi
Language(s): Vietnamese
Currency: đồng ₫
Government: Socialism
Flag Meaning: The red stands for the bloodshed and the revolutionary struggle, while the five-pointed star represents the five groups of workers in the building of socialism.