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Geographic location

A coastal province in the South Central Vietnam, 1,065 km south of Ha Noi, 686km north of Ho Chi Minh City, 300km south of Da Nang City, and 180km east of Pleiku City (Gia Lai Province)


6,025 km2


1.5 million

Labour force

More than 55% population

Weather conditions

Average temperature: 270C; annual average rainfall: 1,935 mm; average humidity: 80%

Administrative structure

1 city and 10 districts, including 3 mountainous districts; Quy Nhon City, the provincial capital, is a second-grade city, 284.28 km2 and more than 284,000 people, planned to become first-grade city in 2020, 334.73 km2 and 500,000 people.

Tourist potential

Cultural features: The land of martial arts, homeland of Vietnamese National Hero Nguyen Hue - King Quang Trung, the birthplace and the cradle of poet masters: Dao Tan, Xuan Dieu, Che Lan Vien, Han Mac Tu, Yen Lan, etc.; many kinds of traditional arts.

Historical relics: Do Ban (Vijaya) Citadel, 14 Cham Towers, King Quang Trung Museum and the relics of Tay Son Uprising and many other relics.

Wide range of beauty spots and attractions, traditional craft villages and various traditional festivals.

Marine resources

134 km coastline, 2,500 km2 territorial sea, and 40,000 km2 exclusive economic zone

Natural resources

Granite, titanium, fine sand, kaolin, clay, gold, bauxite, etc.


National roads 1A (118km), 1D (19km), 19 (70km) and comfortable provincial and district roads.


The national railway (150km long) going through the province (Dieu Tri is a national station).


Two seaports: Quy Nhon international port handling about 4 million tonnes per year; Thi Nai port handling about 0.8 million tonnes per year. Nhon Hoi port with capacity of 12 million tonnes per year is now underway.


Phu Cat Airport (domestic), 30 km from Quy Nhon City.


All post and telecommunications services available.

Banking system

Able to meet all loan demands and provide all banking services.

Power and water supply

National power grid available. Daily water supply capacity of Quy Nhon City: 45,000m3, of Phu Tai IZ: 8,500m3, Nhon Hoi EZ: 12,000m3, 9 townships: 21,300m3


3,200 domestic enterprises and 27 foreign-invested enterprises

Industrial zones and Economic zone

Phu Tai and Long My IZs now in operation, others underway.

Especially, Nhon Hoi Economic Zone, planned area of 12,000 hectares, will be a development hub of the Key Economic Region of Central Vietnam.

Economic structure





Agriculture, forestry & fisheries




Industry & construction








Gross domestic product growth rate

2008: 11%; 2009: 9%, 2010 target: 10.5%

Total export turnover

2008: USD407 million, 2009: USD350 million, 2010 target: USD400 million.

Major exports

Wooden furniture, agricutural and forestry products, seafood, mineral products, (granite stone, titanium), consumer goods (garment, footwear), pharmaceutical products, handicraft fine art products, etc.

Major imports

Wood and raw materials for producing consumer goods and goods for export, machinery and equipment.


Website for Cooperation and Investment Promotion
The Permit No.02/GPTTDT-STTTT dated 31/8/2017 of Department of Information and Communication
Established by the Investment Promotion Center of Binh Dinh Province(IPC Binh Dinh)
Person in charge: Mr Nguyen Bay, Director, Investment Promotion Center of Binh Dinh Province
Address: 35 Le Loi Street, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam
Tel: +84.56. 3818888, +84.56.3818889
Fax: +84.56. 3818887