Ha Nam Province


Ha Nam Province:

Ha Nam province, located in northern Vietnam, holds a vibrant reputation for its rich cultural heritage and scenic landscapes. It offers a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity to its population of approximately 840,000 residents.
The province’s diverse economy thrives with agriculture playing a crucial role. The countryside boasts vast rice fields that provide a picturesque backdrop. Hà Nam has experienced significant growth in its manufacturing sector, attracting both domestic and foreign investors through the establishment of numerous industrial parks.
Hà Nam takes great pride in its cultural heritage, with historical sites, temples, and pagodas dotting the province. These structures showcase the region’s spiritual and architectural prowess. Colorful celebrations, like the Co Le Pagoda Festival and the Ngu Dong Son Festival, bring the community together.
The province has continually improved its healthcare system to ensure the well-being of its residents. It has invested in modern medical facilities and implemented various health programs to enhance the quality of healthcare services.
Remarkable advancements have been made in transportation infrastructure, connecting Hà Nam to major cities through an extensive network of roads and highways. The province has witnessed the development of industrial zones and logistic centers, facilitating efficient trade and commerce.
In recent years, Hà Nam has actively promoted tourism by capitalizing on its natural beauty and cultural attractions. Visitors can explore the tranquil Tam Chuc Pagoda, embark on scenic boat rides along the Red River, or indulge in the delicious local cuisine.
Overall, Hà Nam province flourishes as a thriving region that combines economic growth, cultural heritage, and natural beauty. With ongoing developments and a commitment to progress, Hà Nam continues to attract both investors and tourists alike.

Geography of Ha Nam province:

Geographical location:

Hà Nam province, situated in the Red River Delta region, is notable for its strategic geographical location. It shares borders with various neighboring provinces, contributing to its connectivity and significance in the area.
To the north, Hà Nam province is adjacent to the capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi. This proximity to the bustling capital enables close economic and cultural ties between the two regions, fostering development and cooperation.
In the east, Hà Nam province borders Hung Yen province and Thai Binh province. This geographical connection enhances regional integration and facilitates the exchange of goods, services, and cultural influences among the provinces.
Moving south, Hà Nam province adjoins Nam Dinh province and Ninh Binh province. This geographical configuration creates a seamless transition between these provinces, promoting collaboration and synergies in various sectors such as agriculture, industry, and tourism.
Hoa Binh province connects to Hà Nam province to the west. This border linkage facilitates trade and transportation, enabling the movement of goods and people, and fostering regional economic growth.
The extreme points within Hà Nam province highlight the geographical diversity and distinct landmarks that define its boundaries. The northernmost point is situated in Hoan Duong hamlet, Moc Bac commune, Duy Tien town, while the easternmost point can be found in Tao Mon hamlet, Hoa Hau commune, Ly Nhan district.
In the southern part of Hà Nam province, the southernmost point lies in Doan Vy hamlet, Thanh Hai commune, Thanh Liem district. Finally, the westernmost point is located in the mountainous area of Ba Sao prison camp, Ba Sao town, Kim Bang district.
These extreme points illustrate the vast expanse of Hà Nam province and highlight its diverse geographical features, ranging from flatlands to mountains. They also signify the unique characteristics and geographical boundaries that define the province’s territorial extent.

Natural condition:

Hà Nam province, located in northern Vietnam, covers 860.5 km² and ranks as the country’s second smallest province.
With a moderate climate, it receives 1700-1900 mm of rainfall annually, experiences temperatures of 23-24°C, and enjoys 1600-1700 hours of sunshine. The relative humidity averages 85%.
Geographically, Hà Nam slopes gradually from west to east. The western region, including Kim Bang and part of Thanh Liem districts, features hilly terrain and flat valleys. The highest point, 459.4 meters above sea level, is in Thanh Son commune. Thanh Thuy commune, in Thanh Liem district, has the highest point at 385 meters. The eastern part consists mainly of flat plains, interspersed with low mountains and hills in Liem Can, Thanh Huong, Thanh Tam, Liem Son, and Tan Thanh areas.
Notable landmarks are Trinh Nui and Tre Nui hills, reaching 113 meters in Thanh Tam commune, and An Lao hill, 90 meters high in Binh Luc district’s An Lao commune. The Bong Bong Pass along National Highway 21 serves as the boundary between Hà Nam and Hoa Binh provinces.
Hà Nam province’s diverse topography offers residents and visitors a picturesque landscape combining mountains and plains.

Economy of Ha Nam province:

Agriculture, forestry and aquaculture:

Despite challenges such as unpredictable weather and rising costs, the agricultural, forestry, and fisheries sectors in 2022 have successfully implemented effective solutions. Crop cultivation has yielded positive results, livestock farming remains stable, and livestock diseases are well controlled. Forestry production has been favorable, while aquaculture shows strong development, meeting expanding market demand.
In 2022, it is expected that the agricultural, forestry, and fisheries production will reach a projected value of 8,434.3 billion VND (at 2010 prices), showing a 1.96% increase compared to 2021. The agricultural sector is projected to achieve a production value of 7,617 billion VND, with a 1.94% increase. The estimated forestry production is expected to reach 16 billion VND, experiencing a substantial increase of 12.9%.. Similarly, the fisheries sector anticipates reaching a value of 801.3 billion VND, with a 1.98% increase.


In 2022, the total area of crop cultivation in the province decreased by 1.5% compared to the previous year. The cultivation of grain crops, such as rice and corn, also experienced a decrease in both area and production.

Rice cultivation covered 58,551.7 hectares, with a yield of 62.0 tons per hectare and a production of 363.3 thousand tons, showing a decrease of 1.7% and 2.1%, respectively.

Corn cultivation covered 5,297.1 hectares, with a yield of 56.7 tons per hectare and a production of 30.0 thousand tons, experiencing a decrease of 1.4% and 1.1%.

The cultivation of root crops, such as sweet potatoes, decreased by 11.2%, while oilseed crops, including soybeans and peanuts, decreased by 15.8%. The cultivation of vegetables, beans, and flowers saw a slight increase of 0.6%, with vegetable cultivation accounting for the majority. The total area of perennial crops increased by 2.7%, mainly in fruit tree cultivation. Fruit crops, such as bananas, pomelos, and longans, showed significant increases in yields and production compared to the previous year. Banana yields reached 127.3 tons per hectare, pomelos yielded 101.8 tons per hectare, and longans yielded 41.2 tons per hectare.

Livestock farming in the province remains stable with good control over diseases. Despite increased costs, efforts from farmers have led to higher livestock numbers and meat production compared to 2021. Livestock product prices are stable, and the consumption market provides favorable conditions for farmers. As of December 2022, the estimated livestock numbers are as follows: buffaloes increased by 0.6%, cattle by 1.9%, pigs by 0.6%, and poultry by 4.0%. Meat production in 2022 increased by 3.0%, including pork (1.7%), buffalo meat (1.7%), beef (3.3%), and poultry meat (7.8%) compared to 2021.


The added value of the industrial sector in 2022 is estimated to increase by 14.61% compared to the previous year. The processing and manufacturing industry plays a leading role, contributing to the overall growth of the industry with a 15.24% increase and a 7.43% contribution to the province’s general economic growth. The mining sector is expected to increase by 6.83% with a 0.17% contribution, while the production and distribution of electricity, gas, hot water, and steam will increase by 3.85% with a 0.02% contribution. The water supply, waste management, and wastewater treatment sector will experience a 2.46% increase with a 0.01% contribution.

Throughout 2022, the Industrial Production Index (IIP) of the entire industrial sector is projected to increase by 14.1% compared to the same period in 2021. The mining sector will increase by 4.5%, processing and manufacturing industry will increase by 14.6%, the production and distribution of electricity, gas, hot water, and air conditioning will increase by 4.3%, while the water supply, waste management, and wastewater treatment sector will decrease by 1.3%.

The level II industrial sector

In 2022, several industries in the level II industrial sector with significant proportions experienced high increases compared to the previous year: Non-metallic mineral products increased by 22.9%, production of electrical equipment, computers, and optical products increased by 23.4%, production of rubber and plastic products increased by 18.4%, and beverage production increased by 24.3%. Conversely, the IIP of some industries decreased significantly compared to the previous year, with the textile industry decreasing by 16.8%, metal production decreasing by 17.2%, and waste collection, processing, disposal, and recycling industry decreasing by 7.3%.

Some key industrial products in 2022 had high increases compared to the previous year, including cement and clinker with a 29.4% increase, electronic components with a 16.9% increase, and children’s toys with a 27.4% increase. However, some products experienced a decrease compared to the previous year, such as various types of fabric with a 4% decrease and various types of fibers with a 19.9% decrease.

In 2022, the labor utilization index increased by 0.36% compared to the same period, with the processing and manufacturing industry increasing by 1.24% and the foreign-invested enterprise sector increasing by 3.05%.






According to the 2019 population survey, Hà Nam had a population of 802,200, accounting for 3.8% of the population in the Red River Delta, with a population density of 954 people per square kilometer. 62% of the population lived in rural areas, while 38% lived in urban areas. The urban population concentrated mainly in Phủ Lý city, Duy Tiên town, and the towns of Quế, Vĩnh Trụ, Bình Mỹ, Kiện Khê, and Tân Thanh. In 1999, the population of Hà Nam province witnessed a natural growth rate of 1.5%. Hà Nam, with its population of 800,000 people, stands out as the least populated province in the Red River Delta. The urbanization rate in Hà Nam reached 38.1% by 2022.

As of April 1, 2019, the province had 7 different religions with a total of 172,053 followers. The largest religious group was Catholicism with 114,689 followers, followed by Buddhism with 57,277 followers. The remaining religions, such as Protestantism, had 79 followers, while Minh Lý and Hoa Hao Buddhism each had two followers, and Cao Đài had one follower.


Industrial Park


Dong Van 3 Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Dong Van 3 Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Price: 50 USD/m2
  • Area: 523 Ha
Dong Van II Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Dong Van II Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Investor: Ha Nam Development Joint Stock Company
  • Price: 70 USD/m2
  • Area: 321 Ha
Dong Van I Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Dong Van I Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Investor: Plastic Chemical Group Joint Stock Company
  • Price: 70 USD/m2
  • Area: 368.1 Ha
Dong Van 4 Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Dong Van 4 Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Price: 50 USD/m2
  • Area: 600 ha
Hoa Mac Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Hoa Mac Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Investor: Hoa Phat Group
  • Price: 65 USD/m2
  • Area: 203 Ha
Thanh Liem Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Thanh Liem Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Investor: Capella Ha Nam
  • Price: 78 USD/m2
  • Area: 292,99 Ha
Chau Son Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Chau Son Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Investor: VPID Ha Nam Co
  • Price: 83 USD/m2
  • Area: 377 Ha
Thai Ha Industrial Park - Ha Nam

Thai Ha Industrial Park - Ha Nam

  • Investor: Thai Ha Industrial Park and Urban Development Joint Stock Company
  • Price: 75 USD/m2
  • Area: 100 Ha
Our Members