Offering macroeconomic stability coupled with a growing population and increasing domestic demand as well as export-oriented manufacturing, Vietnam is an increasingly popular platform for domestic expansion as well as the capitalisation of ASEAN business opportunities.

ZICO started operating in Vietnam in 2011 as a full-service corporate law firm and now features offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, the nation’s two most urbanised economic epicenters.

ZICO has gained a strong track record in advising foreign investors on their investments across a variety of sectors including banking and finance. Testament to our frontline experience, we have also worked closely with legislators on the drafting of new Land Laws, Residential Housing Laws, and Real Estate Business Laws, Housing Laws, and Real Estate Business Laws.

By leveraging our wide range of advisory services, ZICO has gained the trust of the Vietnamese commercial community and today provides business solutions for a variety of local and foreign investors seeking to develop their businesses in Vietnam, across Southeast Asia and beyond.

Ho Chi Minh City

Unit 2, Level 20
Bitexco Financial Tower
2 Hai Trieu Street, District 1
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Tel : +84 28 3915 1000
Fax : +84 28 3915 1100

Our office is located in the Bitexco Financial Tower, near the Nguyen Hue Walking Street in District 1. Please note that the building requires your passport or ID Card to issue a visitor card.

Directions from Tan Son Nhat Airport: By taxi: during normal office hours, taking a taxi from the airport to our office takes around 20 minutes.


Unit 14.01, Level 14
CornerStone Building
16 Phan Chu Trinh Street
Hoan Kiem District
Hanoi, Vietnam

Tel : +84 24 3826 1515
Fax : +84 24 3826 5151

Directions from Noi Bai International Airport: By taxi (recommended option): Taking a taxi directly from the airport to the office, at CornerStone Building, 16 Phan Chu Trinh Street, Hoan Kiem District, takes around 40 – 50 minutes during normal office hours. We do not recommend taking public transport as it is very limited.