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Hoa Binh

Hoa Binh is a mountainous province in the North. It is bordered by Phu Tho and Hanoi in the north, Ninh Binh and Thanh Hoa in the south, Ha Nam in the east, and Son La in the west.

Bac Giang

The province lies in the Red River Delta and borders Quang Ninh to the east, Lang Son to the north, Thai Nguyen and the urban district of Soc Son in the capital Hanoi to the west, and Bac Ninh and Hai Duong to the south.

Hai Duong

Hai Duong is on the Red River Delta. It borders with Bac Ninh, Bac Giang provinces on the north, Hai Phong, Quang Ninh provinces on the east, Hung Yen Province on the west, Thai Binh Province on the south. The network of rivers includes Thai Binh, Rang, Kinh Thay, and Dao rivers’ giving good condition for agriculture and water transportation.

Ha Nam

Ha Nam is a province in Red River Delta Vietnam, borders with Hanoi in the north, Hung Yen and Thai Binh in the east, Ninh Binh in the south, Nam Dinh in the southeast and Hoa Binh in the west. As planned, this province belongs to Hanoi Capital Region.

Phu Tho

Located in the Plains and Midland in the North of Viet Nam, Phu Tho shares border with Tuyen Quang, Yen Bai provinces on the north, Vinh Phuc, Ha Tay provinces on the east, Son La Province on the west and Hoa Binh Province on the south.

Nam Dinh

Situated on Red River Delta, Nam Dinh is contiguous to Ha Nam, Thai Binh provinces on the north, Ninh Binh Province on the west and the East Sea on the east with 72km seaside. Nam Dinh is not only a granary of midland in the North but also a center of textile industry in Vietnam.

Ninh Binh

Far too few travellers make it to Ninh Binh, a mesmerising area known locally as ‘Ha Long Bay on Land’ thanks to its magical riverine landscape, with sheer limestone mountains rising up from the paddies. Just two hours from Hanoi, Ninh Binh, is one of Vietnam’s most striking destinations. The best way to get a sense of this UNESCO-protected site is by taking a paddleboat tour along its shimmering rivers, and climbing to the top of its fabled peaks. Breathtaking boat rides and lush countryside are just half of the appeal: the area is also rich in cultural treasures and is listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site. See the highlights of Ninh Binh with this itinerary in a single adventurous day.

Hai Phong

Hai Phong is a large city with an important seaport of Vietnam. Hai Phong is near Quang Ninh Province to the north, Hai Duong Province to the west, and Thai Binh Province to the south. Climate: Because of the proximity to the East Sea, Hai Phong’s weather is affected by inter-tropical monsoons. The annual average temperature varies between 23 degree C and 24 degree C.

Vinh Phuc

Located in the Plains and Midland in the North Viet Nam, Vinh Phuc Province is surrounded by Tuyen Quang and Thai Nguyen provinces in the north, Ha Noi in the east and the south, and Phu Tho Province in the west.