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Dong Nai

located in the south of Vietnam, has a thriving industrial sector and abundant scenic spots

Dong Nai is a province located in the southern part of Vietnam, surrounded by Lam Dong in the north, Binh Thuan in the east, Ba Ria - Vung Tau in the south, and Binh Duong, Binh Phuoc, and Ho Chi Minh City in the west. Its topography includes valleys, lowlands, and hills, with bazan and alluvial soils that make it suitable for industrial plants, especially rubber and coffee, as well as orchards.

The province is home to many big industrial zones, factories, and handicraft villages such as Tan Van pottery village and the skillful stone carving of Hoa group. Dong Nai's pottery is renowned for its beauty, and the province also has vast coffee and rubber farms, as well as Nam Cat Tien National Park. Tourists can enjoy ecological tours in the forests and orchards of My Quoi, Thanh Hoi, Tan Trieu, Pho, and Ong islets, and visit many interesting sites such as Dong Nai River, Long An Lake, Suoi Tre Culture Site, Tri An Waterfall, Ma Da and Sac forests.

Bien Hoa City, the largest city in Dong Nai province, is located 30km from Ho Chi Minh City, 1,684km from Hanoi via National Highway No.1A, 278km from Da Lat, 95km from Vung Tau, and 198km from Can Tho. The Thong Nhat Express Train connecting Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City also stops at Bien Hoa, providing convenient transportation for travelers.