Dong Binh Industrial Park
- Investor: TNI VINH LONG INVESTMENT JOINT STOCK COMPANY
- Price: 90 USD/m2
- Area: 350 Ha
Vinh Long Province is located in the Mekong Delta region in the southwestern part of Vietnam. Several other provinces border this province: Tien Giang Province to the east, Dong Thap Province to the north, Can Tho City to the west, and Ben Tre Province to the south.
Vinh Long is positioned amidst a network of rivers flowing from the Tien and Hau Rivers, the two main branches of the Mekong River. This creates a characteristic landscape of the Mekong Delta, with numerous canals and river islands.
The administrative center of the province is Vinh Long City, situated on the banks of the Co Chien River, a branch of the Mekong River. This geographical location provides Vinh Long with significant advantages for developing agriculture, especially fruit cultivation and aquaculture, as well as promoting tourism in the river delta region.
A tropical monsoon climate characterizes Vinh Long, featuring two distinctive seasons: the wet season from May to November, and the dry season from December to April. The average temperature usually ranges from 26°C to 28°C. The province experiences an average annual rainfall of 1,250-1,500mm.
The province’s terrain is predominantly flat, interspersed with several islands on the Mekong River such as An Binh and Binh Hoa Phuoc.An extensive network of rivers and canals enriches its landscape, leading to highly fertile soils.
Vinh Long is traversed by the Co Chien and Hau Rivers, tributaries of the Mekong River. These water bodies form a natural network of rivers and canals, playing a crucial role in irrigation, transportation, and aquaculture in the province.
Vinh Long is abundant in natural resources, primarily fertile soil and fresh water, favorable for agriculture and aquaculture. The province gains fame from the wide variety of fruits such as milk fruit, pomelo, jackfruit, and starfruit that its fruit orchards grow. The province could exploit the potential resources of clay and peat present there for the ceramic and agricultural industries, respectively.
The economy of Vinh Long Province is predominantly reliant on agriculture, with a special emphasis on fruit cultivation and aquaculture. Thanks to its flat terrain, rich network of rivers and canals, and fertile soil, Vinh Long has become one of the major agricultural centers of the Mekong Delta region.
Vinh Long is renowned for various fruits such as milk fruit, pomelo, jackfruit, and starfruit, particularly in the An Binh fruit-growing area. Additionally, the province houses numerous aquaculture farms, especially focusing on pangasius fish and shrimp.
Other industrial sectors including food processing, wood processing, and textiles also significantly contribute to the economy. The province hosts many traditional ceramic production facilities and rattan and bamboo product manufacturers.
Tourism plays a crucial role in Vinh Long’s economy. The province boasts attractions like the Cai Be Floating Market, An Binh Fruit Orchard, and cultural heritage sites. Community-based tourism and ecotourism are on the rise, capitalizing on the province’s natural landscape and local culture.
The estimated population of Vinh Long is around 1 million people. The majority of the population is Kinh, the largest ethnic group in Vietnam. People in Vinh Long are known for their friendliness, hospitality, and deep cultural traditions.
Vinh Long has been working to improve its healthcare system. Public and private hospitals, clinics, and healthcare centers are present throughout the province. They offer a variety of health services to residents and visitors.
Vinh Long prioritizes education and has a network of schools ranging from primary to higher education. The province is home to several colleges and vocational training schools, equipping students with essential skills and knowledge for their future careers.
Vinh Long boasts a rich and vibrant culture, deeply influenced by the river-based lifestyle of the Mekong Delta. The province has a variety of traditional festivals, folk music, and culinary delights. It’s famous for “đờn ca tài tử”, a traditional southern Vietnamese form of chamber music recognized by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage.