Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province


Ba Ria Vung Tau Province:

Ba Ria – Vung Tau (abbreviated as BRVT) is a coastal province located in the Southeastern region of Vietnam.

Situated in the Southern Key Economic Zone, at the gateway to the South China Sea for provinces in the Southeastern region, Ba Ria – Vung Tau is well-connected to Ho Chi Minh City and other areas through road and waterway transport.

Vung Tau, a seaside city and the center of oil exploration activities in the South, used to serve as the administrative center of the province. However, as of May 2, 2012, the provincial capital was moved to Ba Ria City. This marked the province as the first in the Southeastern region to have two provincial-level cities.

Ba Ria – Vung Tau is renowned as one of Vietnam’s most famous and developed coastal provinces. With its strategic coastal location, the province boasts a strong economy, modern infrastructure, and is a attractive destination for tourists and international investors.

Ba Ria Vung Tau province from an aerial perspective - TTTFIC Group

Ba Ria Vung Tau province from an aerial perspective – TTTFIC Group

I. Geographic Location:

Ba Ria – Vung Tau is divided into 8 administrative units, including 2 cities, 1 town, and 5 districts, with 82 administrative units at the commune level, including 29 wards, 6 townships, and 47 communes, along with an island district known as Con Dao.

The province’s topography can be divided into four regions: the peninsula, islands, the hilly midlands, and the coastal delta. The Vung Tau Peninsula, which is long and narrow with an area of 82.86 square kilometers, has an average elevation of 3-4 meters above sea level. The island region includes the Con Lon archipelago and Long Son Island.

The hilly midlands are located in the northern and northeastern part of the province, primarily in Phu My town and the Chau Duc and Xuyen Moc districts. In this region, you can find coastal delta areas that include parts of Phu My town and the Long Dien, Ba Ria, and Dat Do districts. This area features rice paddies, low-lying areas interspersed with sand dunes along the coast, and sparse forests. The land area of the continental shelf is over 100,000 square kilometers.

  • To the north, Ba Ria – Vung Tau borders Dong Nai province.
  • To the west, it borders Ho Chi Minh City.
  • To the east, it borders Binh Thuan province and the East Sea.
  • To the south, it also borders the East Sea.
Bà Rịa Vũng Tau Province Map - TTTFIC Group

Ba Ria Vung Tau Province Map – TTTFIC Group

II. Population:

As of April 1, 2019, the total population of the province was 1,148,313 people, with a population density of 556 people per square kilometer. There were 576,228 males and 572,085 females. The natural population growth rate varied by region and was 1‰ overall, with 60.8% of the population living in urban areas and 29.2% in rural areas.

According to statistics from the General Statistics Office of Vietnam, as of April 1, 2009, there were 28 ethnic groups and foreign nationals residing in the province. The Kinh people were the largest group, with 972,095 individuals, followed by the Hoa with 10,042, the Cho Ro with 7,632, the Kho Me with 2,878, the Tay with 1,352, and other smaller ethnic groups such as the Nung with 993, the Mường with 693, the Thai with 230, and smaller groups like the Xo Dang, Ha Nhi, Chu Ru, Co Lao, each with one representative. Foreign nationals totaled 59 individuals.

As of April 1, 2019, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province had 13 different religions. The largest religious groups were Catholicism with 270,996 followers, Buddhism with 220,336, and Caodaism with 23,600. Other religions included Protestantism with 4,077 followers, Buu Son Ky Huong with 1,424, Tinh Do Buddhist Association of Vietnam with 1,168, Hoa Hao Buddhism with 468, Islam with 169, Minh Su Dao with 12, Bahá’í with five, Tu An Hieu Nghia Dao with four, and Ba-la-mon with three. Minh Ly Dao had two followers, and the rest had one each.

The panoramic view of Vung Tau City at night - TTTFIC Group.

The panoramic view of Vung Tau City at night – TTTFIC Group.

III. Education:

1. Primary and Secondary Education:

As of September 8, 2015, there were 505 schools in the entire province offering primary and secondary education. This includes 31 high schools, 92 lower-secondary schools, and 184 primary schools, along with 198 kindergartens. This extensive school system has contributed significantly to reducing the illiteracy rate in the province.

2. Higher Education:

Currently, the province is home to one university, Ba Ria – Vung Tau University, established in 2006 by a decision of the Prime Minister. The university offers a wide range of disciplines. In 2019, it was listed in the world university rankings.

At present, the university offers master’s degree programs in 5 fields (Business Administration, Theory and Methodology of Teaching English, Oriental Studies, Information Technology, and Chemical Engineering) and 48 undergraduate programs (including Marketing, Finance – Banking, International Business, Industrial Management, Accounting, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Transport Management, Law, Economic Law, Oriental Studies, Chinese Language, English Language, Psychology, Public Relations, Information Technology, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Food Technology, Biology, Veterinary Medicine, Agriculture, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Hotel Management, Restaurant Management, Nursing).

Statue of Jesus Christ on the summit of Tao Phung Mountain - Vung Tau - TTTFIC Group

Statue of Jesus Christ on the summit of Tao Phung Mountain – Vung Tau – TTTFIC Group

IV. Economy:

Ba Ria – Vung Tau is part of the Southern Key Economic Zone. The province’s economic activities are primarily driven by the oil and gas sector. In the Southeastern continental shelf, the exploration and drilling for oil and gas reserves have been quite successful. Commercially significant oil fields such as Bach Ho (the largest in Vietnam), Rong, Dai Hung, and Rang Dong have been discovered here. The export of oil makes a substantial contribution to Ba Ria – Vung Tau’s GDP.

Ba Ria – Vung Tau possesses significant potential for development, including holding 93% of the country’s oil reserves and 16% of its natural gas reserves. The government has focused on investing in the construction of a modern national and international seaport system in the province, positioning it as a key focal point in the national tourism program.

Map of Industrial Zones in Ba Ria Vung Tau - TTTFIC Group

Map of Industrial Zones in Ba Ria Vung Tau – TTTFIC Group

1. In addition to the oil and gas sector:

Ba Ria – Vung Tau also serves as a hub for energy, heavy industry, tourism, and seaports in Vietnam. The Phu My power center and the Ba Ria power plant account for 40% of the country’s total electricity production capacity (over 4,000 MW out of nearly 10,000 MW nationwide). The heavy industry includes the production of fertilizer (800,000 tons per year), polyethylene production (100,000 tons per year), clinker production, and steel production (currently, the province is home to several large steel mills such as VinaKyoei, Pomina, South Steel, Bluescopes, Viet Steel, Flat Steel, SMC Steel Plant, and Posco Vietnam is constructing a cold-rolled steel plant).

Vung Tau Oil and Gas - TTTFIC Group

Vung Tau Oil and Gas – TTTFIC Group

2. In the field of seaports:

Since the government’s decision to relocate ports from within Ho Chi Minh City, Ba Ria – Vung Tau has become a major seaport hub in the Southeastern region. The large ports are mainly concentrated along the Thi Vai River. Saigon Port and the Ba Son power plant are relocating and constructing large seaports here. The Thi Vai River has a depth of 15 meters, ensuring that container ships with capacities exceeding 100,000 tons can directly access Ba Ria – Vung Tau and travel to European and American countries. As of now, 24 out of 52 ports in the province have become operational, while the others are still in the planning and construction phase. Ba Ria – Vung is a major trade gateway for the Southern region of Vietnam and the country as a whole, thanks to its proximity to international maritime routes and its status as the province with the most seaports in Vietnam.

3. In the field of tourism:

Ba Ria – Vung is one of the leading tourist centers in the country. The most famous attraction in Vung Tau is Thuy Van Beach, also known as Bai Sau, located on Thuy Van Street. Along the Long Hai coast in Xuyen Moc, there are beautiful beaches and large resorts, including Ho Tram MGM, Vietso Resort, and many others. Tourist areas include Bien Dong tourist area, Nghinh Phong tourist area, and various hotels like Pullman, Imperial, Thuy Van, Sammy, Intourco Resort, and DIC Hotel.

As of now, there are 301 FDI projects with a total registered capital of $27 billion and 450 domestic investment projects with a total registered capital of over 244 trillion VND in the province.

Vung Tau Beach - TTTFIC Group

Vung Tau Beach – TTTFIC Group

4. Industrial Zones:

Phu My Industrial Parks are prominent industrial zones in Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province, driving economic growth and international trade. Here is a list of some of these industrial parks and their names:

These industrial parks significantly contribute to the economic development of the Ba Ria Vung Tau region, providing various opportunities for businesses and investors in Vietnam’s growing industrial sector.

5. Overview of Vung Tau Port:

Vung Tau Port is a major seaport serving as the southern gateway and an international port of Vietnam with a Class I A master plan. It is known as a crucial maritime customs checkpoint of Vietnam. Every year, Vung Tau Port handles 30,000 sea vessels and over 70,000 high-speed hydrofoils, inland waterway vessels, and fishing boats traveling to Ganh Rai Bay. Additionally, Vung Tau Port provides maritime services for vessels arriving from or departing to ports in the provinces of Ba Ria – Vung Tau, Dong Nai, Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Thap, My Tho, Binh Duong, and for transit to Cambodia.

Within the master plan of Vung Tau Port, there are 77 wharves (including 67 land-based wharves and 10 offshore oil wharves). As of now, 47 wharves, 3 floating wharves, and 10 offshore oil ports are operational, with a total quay length of 17.87 kilometers. Among these, 5.657 kilometers are used for container handling. Specifically:

  • Cai Mep Port has 11 wharves
  • Thị Vải Port has 13 wharves
  • Song Dinh Port has 21 wharves
  • Long Son Port has 1 wharf
  • Con Dao Port has 1 wharf
  • Offshore oil ports include 10 ports in the following fields: Bach Ho Oil Field, Rong Oil Field, Dai Hong Oil Field, Rong Doi – Rong Doi Tây Oil Field, Rang Dong Oil Field, Chim Sao Oil Field, Te Giac Trang Oil Field, Bien Dong Oil Field, Lan Tay Oil Field, Sao Vang Dai nguyet Oil Field
  • There are also 2 floating wharves in Ganh Rai Bay and 1 floating wharf on the Cai Me

In addition to the above wharves, Vung Tau Port also has a vessel anchorage area with 72 anchorage positions, 5 maritime channels (Dinh River Channel, Vung Tau – Thi Vai Channel, Con Son Channel, Bến Đầm Channel, and a portion of Vung Tau – Sai Gon Channel), and other related port infrastructure.

As of now, Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province has put into operation 21 seaports with a capacity of approximately 45 million tons per year, primarily concentrated in the Thi Vai – Cai Mep area. In 2009, the cargo volume reached 31 million tons with 80,000 visiting vessels. By 2010, these figures had all experienced significant growth, both in cargo volume and the number of visiting vessels.

To date, the province’s seaport system is gradually being exploited and 12 projects are in the preparation stages, along with 22 other seaport projects in various stages of implementation. According to design estimates for capacity, Vung Tau Port is expected to reach around 250 million tons, including 19 general cargo terminals with approximately 219 million tons of container capacity and 36 dedicated terminals with approximately 31 million tons of handling capacity. Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province aims to essentially complete its entire seaport system with a total capacity of around 250 million tons per year by 2020, ensuring the smooth flow of goods through the province’s port system, aiming for around 60 million tons per year by 2015, 120 million tons per year by 2020, and 250 million tons per year by 2030.

Since its establishment, Vung Tau Port has attracted a significant

NoHere’s the list of portslocations
1Baria Serece PortPhu My Town
2Phu My Power Plant PortPhu My Town
3PVGas Vung Tau PortVung Tau City
4Vietsovpetro PortVung Tau City
5Cam Pha Cement PortPhu My Town
6Vung Tau Commercial Port (Cat Lo Branch)Vung Tau City
7PTSC Upper River PortVung Tau City
8PTSC Oil PortVung Tau City
9PTSC Lower RiverVung Tau City
10K2 Oil Port (Vung Tau Oil Branch Port – Vung Tau City)Vung Tau City
11Interflour Cai Mep PortPhu My Town
12Dong Xuyen Oil PortVung Tau City
13Phu My Fertilizer and Petroleum Service PortPhu My Town
14Phu My Steel PortPhu My Town
15Holcim Thuy Vai Specialized PortPhu My Town
16Vung Tau Shipyard PortVung Tau City
17Cat Lo Vung Tau Fish PortVung Tau City
18Cat Lo Seafood PortVung Tau City
19Truong Sa Seafood PortVung Tau City
20Saigon Vietnam International Port (SITV)Phu My Town
21Petec Cai Mep Oil PortPhu My Town
22PVC-MS Metal Structure and Offshore Oil PortVung Tau City
23Vina Offshore PortVung Tau City
24PV Shipyard Offshore Drilling Rig Construction PortVung Tau City
25Cai Mep Thuong Container PortPhu My Town
26Vard Vung Tau Co., Ltd. International PortVung Tau City
27Thi Vai ODA Comprehensive PortPhu My Town
28Cai Mep International Container Port (ODA)Phu My Town
29SP-PSA International PortPhu My Town
3010,000DWT Decoration Port Saigon Shipyard – Saigon
31Cai Mep International Port (CMIT)Phu My Town
32Ha Loc PortVung Tau City
33Cu Lao Tao Oil Warehouse PortVung Tau City
34Dong Xuyen Industrial Zone PortVung Tau City
35Ben Dam Port (Con Dao)Con Dao District
36Posco SS-Vina PortPhu My Town
37Posco PortPhu My Town
38Ba Son Shipbuilding Plant PortPhu My Town
39Nasos PortVung Tau City
40Petro Vung Tau Oil PortVung Tau City
41Saigon – SSA International Container Port (SSIT)Phu My Town
42Cat Viet PortPhu My Town
43TLC Vung Tau PortPhu My Town


1Hai Doan Port 129≤ 3,000Port Bridge 2: 114

Port Bridge 3: 59

2Ha Loc Port≤ 5,000100
3Central Port Authority Maritime Search and Rescue Bridge, Zone 351
4Cat Lo Fisheries Port≤ 1,000110
5Vung Tau Commercial Port≤ 5,000250
6K2 Oil Storage Port≤ 5,000

According to Document No. 2451/CHHVN-CTHH dated July 10, 2019, permitting operations until December 31, 2019

7Military Port of Military Region 7≤ 5,000110
9NASOS Port Bridge≤ 1,000132
1010,000 DWT Decoration Port Bridge at Sai Gon Shipyard (SOFEL)≤10,000100
11Dong Xuyen Industrial Zone Port≤10,000240
123,000 DWT Port Bridge of Vina Offshore Marine Engineering Co., Ltd≤3,00082
13VARD Vung Tau Co., Ltd. Port Bridge≤ 7,000140
14Dong Xuyen Oil Storage Port Bridge≤ 10,000156
15PVOil Oil Storage Specialized Port Bridge≤ 10,000138
16Port Bridge No. 2 at Cu Lao Tao Oil Storage Facility≤ 10,000160
17Vung Tau Petroleum Service Upper Terminal (PTSC)≤ 5,000120
18Vietsovpetro Ports10 port bridgesTotal: 1400
Port Bridge 0 < 5000Port Bridge 0: 146
Port Bridge 1 < 5000Port Bridge 1: 150
Port Bridge 2 < 5000Port Bridge 2: 150
Port Bridge 3 < 5000Port Bridge 3:150
Port Bridge 4 < 5000Port Bridge 4:150
Port Bridge 5 ≤ 10,000Port Bridge 5:105
Port Bridge 6 ≤ 10,000Port Bridge 6:105
Port Bridge 7 ≤ 8000Port Bridge 7:150
Port Bridge 8 ≤ 8000Port Bridge 8:150
Port Bridge 9 ≤ 8000Port Bridge 9:144
19PTSC Lower Terminal Port≤ 10,000Total: 733
Old Port Bridge: 450
New Port Bridge: 283
20PVShipyard Port≤ 15,000156
21PVC-MS PortFull load < 5000;142
Reduce load ≤ 10,000
1Cam Pha Cement Crushing Station PortTotal: 279
Port Bridge 1 ≤ 15,000Port Bridge 1: 224
Port Bridge 2 ≤ 500Port Bridge 2:55
2Phu My Oil Port of Phu My 1 Power Plant≤ 10,000190
3Phu My 2-1 Power Plant Oil Port Bridge≤ 10,000175
4SCC-VN Thi Vai PortAccording to the plan < 60.000Total: 316
Port Bridge 1 ≤ 50,000;Port Bridge 1: 246
Port Bridge 2 ≤ 1.600.Port Bridge 2: 70
5Saigon Vietnam International Port (SITV)According to Decision No. 1133/QD-CHHVN dated July 17, 2018, for receiving ships <100,000727.9
According to Decision No. 413/QD-CHHVN dated May 30, 2012, declared: ≤ 80,000
6Thi Vai International General Port03 Port BridgeTotal: 440
Port Bridge 1 ≤ 50,000

(Load reduction < 80,000) draft ≤ 12.3 meters

Port Bridge 1: 300
Port Bridge 2 ≤5.000Port Bridge 2: 140
7Baria Serece PortAccording to Decision No. 1354/QD-CHHVN dated August 22, 2018, the port is allowed to receive vessels with a capacity of <87,000 DWTTotal: 1062.6
According to Decision No. 429/QD-CHHVN dated April 18, 2018, announced:

Port Bridge 1 (reduce load) ≤80,000;

Port Bridge 2 ≤5.000;

Port Bridge 3,5 ≤5.00; Port Bridge 4≤2.100

Port Bridge 1: 555.4
Port Bridge 2: 332.8
Port Bridge 3: 116.4
Port Bridge 4: 29
Port Bridge 5: 29
8Phu My Petrochemical and Integrated Petroleum Services Port (PTSC Phu My Port)03 Port BridgeTotal: 644.3
Port Bridge 1 ≤80,000

Approval of the plan according to Decision No. 2127/QD-CHHVN-AT&TTHH dated May 25, 2016

Port Bridge 1: 384.3
Port Bridge 2 ≤2,500Port Bridge 2: 130
Port Bridge 3 ≤1,500Port Bridge 3: 130
Port Bridge 4Port Bridge 4: 60
9Phu My Steel Plant Port02 Port BridgeTotal: 276
Port Bridge 1 ≤50,000Port Bridge 1: 230
Port Bridge 2 ≤500Port Bridge 2: 46
10Thi Vai Integrated Port (Thi Vai ODA Port)According to Decision No. 1133/QD-CHHVN dated July 17, 2018, for receiving vessels <93,366.7600
According to Decision No. 916/QD-CHHVN dated September 8, 2015, declared: ≤75,000
11SP-PSA International Port≤117,000 (cont)

≤100,000 (Dry)

Total: 600
According to Decision No. 880/QD-CHHVN dated September 3, 2009, declared: ≤80,000 DWTPort Bridge V 1: 300
Port Bridge V 2: 300
12Posco Port≤60,000333,1
13Posco Yamato Vina Port≤ 50,000266,8
14Ba Son Shipyard PortTotal: 730
Port Bridge 1:

No cargo ≤70,000;

Loaded <10.000

Port Bridge:190
Port Bridge 2:

No cargo ≤150,000;

Loaded <15.000

Port Bridge: 280
Buoy: 8.850 TBuoy: 150
Ferry terminal <3.000Ferry terminal: 110
15Interflour Cai Mep Port02 Port BridgeTotal: 460
Port Bridge 1 ≤80,000Port Bridge 1: 310
Port Bridge 2 ≤7000Port Bridge 2: 150
16Cai Mep Upper Container Port (TCCT Port)According to the announcement: ≤80,000Total: 514
*2059/QD-CVHHVT dated December 17, 2016 (Testing for ≤132,000)Main bridge: 300
Ferry Terminal No. 1 Bridge ≤ 2,200Ferry 1: 52.5
Ferry Terminal No. 2 Bridge ≤ 2,000Ferry 2:69.5
Ferry Terminal No. 3 Bridge ≤ 2,000Ferry 3: 92
17Cai Mep Upper Container Port (TCIT Port)Tidal poin ≤ 157,000Total: 590
According to Decision No. 970/QD-CHHVN dated November 26, 2010, declared: ≤ 80,000Port Bridge 2: 320
Port Bridge 3: 270
18Hyosung Vina Chemical Port60.000268
19PVGas Vung Tau Port02 Port BridgeTotal: 326
Port Bridge 1 ≤ 60,000Port Bridge 1: 242
Port Bridge 2 < 2000Port Bridge 2: 84
20PETEC Cai Mep Oil PortPort Bridge 1 ≤ 60,000

Port Bridge 2 ≤ 5,000

Port Bridge 3 ≤ 1,000




21Petro Vung Tau Oil Port≤ 70,000281.5
22Cai Mep General PortPort Bridge 2 < 5000205.8
23Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT Port)According to Decision No. 489-QD-CHHVN dated May 4, 2018, currently undergoing testing for DWT ≤ 194,000600
According to Decision No. 1000/QD-CHHVN dated November 21, 2012, declared: ≤160,000
24Cai Mep International Container Terminal (TCTT Port)DWT ≤ 160,000600
According to Decision No. 1399/QD-CHHVN dated December 10, 2015 (supplementing Decision No. 657/QD-CHHVN dated July 21, 2015), declared: ≤100,000
25Saigon-SSA International Container Port (SSIT Port)Total: 881.5
Ship Bridge No. 1 ≤ 160,000Port Bridge 1: 600
Ship Bridge No. 1 ≤ 500Port Bridge 2: 281.5
Ship Bridge No. 1 ≤ 2.500Port Bridge 3: 201.1
26Cai Mep Gemadept – Terminal Link Port200.000800
1Ben Dam Port – Con Dao≤ 2,00082
1Bach Ho Oil Field DKNK Port≤ 150,000







2Rong Oil Field DKNK Port≤150,000







3Dai Hung Oil Field DKNK Port (Block 05-1A)≤150,000


4Crude Oil Offloading Terminal at Rang Dong Field (Block 15-2) without a pier≤150,000


5Crude Oil Export Terminal at Rong Doi – Rong Doi Tay Field (Block 11-2)≤150,000


MV 12

6White Rhino Oil Field DKNK Seaport (Block 16-1)≤150,000


7Magpie Oil Field DKNK Seaport (Block 12W)≤150,000


8East Sea Oil Field DKNK Port (Hai Thach – Moc Tinh Field) (Blocks 05-2; 05-3)≤150,000


9Lan Tay – Lan Do – Phong Lan Dai Oil Field (Block 06.1)
10Sao Vang Dai Nguyet Oil Field DKNK Port≤ 150,000

V. Transportation and Logistics

1. Road network:

The province has a fairly comprehensive road system connecting its districts and towns. National Highway 51A (8 lanes) runs through the province for nearly 50 km. In the coming years, there will be the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau Expressway, a 6-lane highway parallel to National Highway 51A, a 4-lane to 6-8-lane beltway connecting to the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau Expressway in the Phu My town area, National Highway 56 from Long Khanh to Ba Ria, and National Highway 55A from Ham Tan to Ba Ria.

2. Aviation:

The province currently has two operational airports, including a specialized airport, Vung Tau Airport, in the center of Vung Tau city, mainly serving helicopters for oil exploration, and a dual-use airport, Co Ong Airport, in Con Dao district.

The province is also implementing plans to relocate Vung Tau Airport to Ganh Rai Island, a suburb of Vung Tau, and develop Ganh Rai Airport into a dual-use airport, serving both civil aviation and oil exploration activities, as well as national defense and security missions. In the future, Long Thanh International Airport will be built about 70 km from Vung Tau, approximately 20 km from the provincial border.

Cai Mep Thi Vai International Port - Vung Tau - TTTFIC Group

Cai Mep Thi Vai International Port – Vung Tau – TTTFIC Group

VI. Tourism and Scenic Spots

Ba Ria – Vung Tau province is known for its beautiful beaches and stunning scenic spots. Bai Truoc, Bai Dua, and Bai Dau are famous beaches that attract many visitors for sightseeing and relaxation. Additionally, Vung Tau boasts unique destinations such as Big Mountain, Small Mountain, Hon Ba, and the Christ the King Statue.

Seaside and mountain tourism, along with water sports like diving and surfing, make Ba Ria – Vung Tau a popular destination for both domestic and international tourists.

Ideal Tourist Destination in Con Dao - Vung Tau - TTTFIC Group

Ideal Tourist Destination in Con Dao – Vung Tau – TTTFIC Group

VII. Investment Attraction

Ba Ria – Vung Tau province has attracted numerous investment projects in various sectors, including oil and gas, renewable energy, and support industries. Industrial parks and special economic zones have been established to support enterprises and create favorable conditions for investment and business development.

Ba Ria Vung Tau Province - TTTFIC Group

Ba Ria Vung Tau Province – TTTFIC Group

VIII. Investment Incentives and Policies

Ba Ria – Vung Tau province has implemented various investment incentives and policies to stimulate economic development and attract investment. These policies include tax exemptions and income tax incentives for investment projects, land ownership rights, and infrastructure support.

Ba Ria – Vung Tau province is one of the bright spots of Vietnam’s economy with developed infrastructure and a coastal geographic advantage. It is also an attractive tourist destination with beautiful beaches and unique attractions. The blend of cultures, economic diversity, and investment incentives has created a diverse and exciting development environment in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province.

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