About 350km from Hanoi capital, Nghe An province borders Ha Tinh province in the south, Thanh Hoa province in the north, Lao People’s Democratic Republic in the west with a borderline of 419 km and the East Sea in the east with a coastline of 82 km. Nghe An is the largest province and the fourth most populous locality in the country, following Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Thanh Hoa province. The province is situated in the East-West Economic Corridor linking Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam and has a provincial city of Vinh, three towns and 17 districts.
Nghe An province, the homeland of late President Ho Chi Minh, is not famous destination with interantional tourists but It is endowed with great tourist potential. Its tourist attractions include long beautiful beaches with high-class seaside resorts in Cua Lo and Bai Lu, Pu Mat National Park and the UNESCO-recognized Western Nghe An Biosphere Reserve with primitive rain forests.
Nghe An is also widely known for 24 cultural festivals, including those of ethnic groups of H’Mong/Mong, Kho Mu and San Diu, and traditional craft villages such as Xuan Nha bamboo knitting village in Hung Nguyen district, Nho Lam smith village and a stone-carving village in Dien Chau district.
The attracted sights of Nghe An
- Hanoi (The capital of Vietnam) (26.09.2019)
- Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon) - Pearl of the Far East (18.09.2019)
- Hoian Old Town (Quang Nam) (26.09.2019)
- Halong Bay (Quang Ninh) (18.09.2019)
- Hue (Thua Thien Hue) (18.09.2019)
- Sapa (Lao Cai) (26.09.2019)
- Can Tho (The capital of Mekong Delta) (26.09.2019)
- Dalat (Lam Dong) (26.09.2019)
- Ninh Binh Province - Halong Bay on land (26.09.2019)
- Phong Nha cave (Quang Binh) (26.09.2019)