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Vietnam - Vietnamese Dong - Currency Guide

 

Foreign exchange guide to Vietnam and the Vietnamese Dong (VND)

     

MYR/VND 90-day view

MYR/VND at 5592.21 is 1.6% above its 90-DAY average, range 5391.68 - 5634.47 .
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1-DAY0.5% 90-DAY-HIGH (1d)
 
Recent MYR to VND 90-day trend
   

VND News, Forecasts and Trends

The above interactive chart shows the MYR to VND exchange rate, trend and recent alerts for the last 90 days.

Malaysian Ringgit to Vietnamese Dong - Historical Rates

MYR/VND ratePeriod
15 Sep 2020 : 5637.10771 Week
23 Aug 2020 : 5546.902630 Days
24 Jun 2020 : 5451.158390 Days
23 Sep 2019 : 5549.38721 Year
24 Sep 2015 : 5133.35755 Years
25 Sep 2010 : 6307.630610 Years

MYR/VND 10 year historic rates

 

RM10,000 MYR
=
₫55,920,450 VND

Converted at MYR/VND interbank rate, compare Send Money and Currency Exchange exchange rates.

Malaysian Ringgit to Vietnamese Dong - Quick Conversions

MYR VND
RM 1 5,592
RM 5 27,960
RM 10 55,920
RM 20 111,840
RM 50 279,600
RM 100 559,200
RM 250 1,398,000
RM 500 2,796,000
RM 1,000 5,592,000
RM 2,000 11,184,000
RM 5,000 27,960,000
RM 10,000 55,920,000
RM 50,000 279,600,000
RM 100,000 559,200,000
More amounts
MYR VND
RM 0.0002 ₫ 1
RM 0.0009 ₫ 5
RM 0.0018 ₫ 10
RM 0.0036 ₫ 20
RM 0.0090 ₫ 50
RM 0.0179 ₫ 100
RM 0.0448 ₫ 250
RM 0.0895 ₫ 500
RM 0.1790 ₫ 1,000
RM 0.3580 ₫ 2,000
RM 0.8950 ₫ 5,000
RM 1.7900 ₫ 10,000
RM 8.9500 ₫ 50,000
RM 17.90 ₫ 100,000
More amounts
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What currency should I use in Vietnam?

The domestic currency in Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong.

What is the Vietnamese Dong currency code and symbol?

The three letter currency code for the Vietnamese Dong is VND — symbol is .

Which countries use the Vietnamese Dong?

It is the domestic currency in    Vietnam.

Is the Vietnamese Dong a closed currency?

No, the Vietnamese Dong is freely available and convertible. See guide: What is a closed currency?

 

Travel, Currency and Money saving tips for Vietnam

Vietnam is one of my favourite places to visit. Seems more raw than Thailand but with a fraction of the tourists. It is also a wonderfully cheap place to visit. Vietnam has only allowed visitors for the last 20 years or so and it has a bit more of a wild feel to it than other countries in the region. Vietnam's long-held position as a travel icon is more than deserved. In no other country is the collision of Southeast Asia's past, present and future so stark. At times, this clash can seem so confronting and confusing as to send even experienced travellers fleeing for the nearest luxury hotel. However, just a little preparation will set you up for the trip of a lifetime.