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a significant role in the country's socio-economic growth, transportation, and national security due to its unique location

Southeast (Vietnamese: Đông Nam Bộ) is located in a strategic position with favorable conditions for economic, cultural, and tourism development. The region consists of six provinces with a total area of 23,605 square kilometers, and is home to important transport hubs and industrial centers. With its equatorial climate and rich natural resources, Southeast Vietnam has great potential for growth and development in various sectors.

The Southeast region of Vietnam has a diverse population with Kinh people and over 36 ethnic minority groups. The region's economy is the most developed in the country, with four provinces forming the Key Economic Quadrangle of the South East. The region is known for its industrial plants, aquaculture, livestock, and fishing. Society in the Southeast varies by region, with big cities having wealthier and better-educated residents compared to ethnic groups who may live in poverty with limited access to education and medical services.

The Southeast region of Vietnam boasts a wealth of tourism opportunities, from historical relics and ancient architecture in Ho Chi Minh City to beautiful beaches and thermal springs in Ba Ria Vung Tau. The region is also home to a diverse array of ethnic groups, each with their own unique festivals, including the Village's Tutelary God Worshiping Festival, the Nghinh Ong Festival (Whale Worshipping Festival), and the Goddess Festival. Visitors to the Southeast region of Vietnam are sure to find something to delight them, whether they are interested in history, culture, or natural beauty.

Top destinations

Ba Ria - Vung Tau

popular weekend destination with beaches, mountains, and delicious food