An Giang Province

Total Area

3536.7 km2


Mekong River Delta

Industrial Park


Active Enterprises



2,155,300 people (2014)

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Total Area 3536.7km2
Agricultural Production Land 2788 km2
Forestry Land 139 km2
Specially Used Land 271 km2
Residential Land 153 km2

The east and north by nearly 107.628 km² Dong Thap ranked 4th in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang area following, Ca Mau and Long An province, north west of Cambodia near the long border with 100 km, south and southwest borders Kien Giang province approximately 69.789 kilometers to the southeast, bordering the city of Can Tho.


There are two distinct seasons: the raining season is from May to November and the dry season from December to April next year. The annual average temperature is about 27°C. The highest temperature is 35°C- 37°C from April to May and the lowest is 20°C- 21°C from December to January the following year. In general, the climate conditions are favorable for agricultural development. An Giang is affected by 2 winds: the southwest monsoon and the northeast monsoon. The former is cool and humid, creating the raining season, the latter creates hot and dry weather.

  • Cloud: The cloud is relatively inconsiderable, increasing in the raining season. During the dry season, it is cloudy but sunny. The monthly average cloud volume during the dry and raining season is respectively 3,1/10, and 6,9/10.
  • Sunshine: An Giang is one of provinces having the highest sunshine in Vietnam. The average sunny hour is 10 hours/day, decreasing to 7 hours/day during the raining season.
  • Temperature: the avreage temperature is high and stable. The variation between raining and dry months is 1,5°-3°; in raining months: about 1°. The highest temperature occurs in April, varying about 36°- 38°; the lowest temperature occurs in October, about under 18° (in 1976 and 1998).
  • Wind: The dominant wind occurs in the dry season is northeast and in the raining season is southwest. The average speed is about 3 m/second. An Giang suffers less storm because it is an inland province.
  • Rain: the rainy season starts in May and ends in November, reaching an annual rainfall of 1,400-1,500mm. The total rainfall during the raining season accounts for 90% of the annual rainfall. Heavy rains coincide with the Mekong River in full spate flood the province, affecting seriously the production and living.
  • Vaporation: During the dry season, the vaporation increases to a monthly average of 110 mm/month (160 mm/month in March) because of excessive sunshine and low humidity, but decreases to an average of 85 mm/month during the raining season (52 mm/month in September and October).
  • Humidity: the humidity is lower than 80%, staring form December and lasting until next April.

In addition, there are also weather phenomena of tornados, hails, droughts, and effects of Elnino và Lanina. 

Natural Resources

Land resources: An Giang has 37 different kinds of land, forming 6 main groups of land, in which the group of alluvial land takes the most part–151,000 ha (making up 44.5% of the natural land) that is very favorable for crop plants; alum alluvium land is over 93,800 ha (making up 27.5% of the natural land); the group of local developed and ancient alluvium land is nearly 24,724 ha (making up 7.3% of the natural land); the remaining is alum land and others.

Forest resources: An Giang has over 583 ha of natural tropical forest, most of which is large leaf canopy trees with 154 kinds of valuable and rare trees belonging to 54 families. Besides, there are 3,800 ha of indigo forest. The forest area has been rapidly reduced after a time. The provincial authorities have paid much attention on afforestation recently. The fauna of An Giang is also rich with several valuable and rare species.

Aquatic products resources: An Giang has two big rivers of Tien and Hau that belong to Mekong River system. Together with the system of canals, ponds and lakes, these are huge aquatic product resources that are favorable for the development of fish breeding in floating houses and ponds, and aquaculture in fields.

Mineral resources: An Giang has more mineral resource than other provinces of the Mekong River Delta such as granite, sandstone, tile clay, kaolin, peat, shells, puzzoland, feldspars, bentonite, sand, gravel, etc. that meet the requirement for construction material for the region. However, the province must pay attention on the balance between exploitation and the protection of the ecology and environment.

GDP Growth Rate



2,155,300 people (2014)

Population Density

610 person/km2 (2015)

Population By Sex

98.1 males per 100 females (2015)

4.90% (2015)

Immigration Rate

2.10% (2015)

Labor Force

1,350 people (2014)

Labor Force At 15 Years Of Age And Above

55.3% (2015)

Major Industries

Industrial and handicraft.

Incentive industries:

  • Aqua – sea food products,
  • Garment, Footwears,
  • Foods, Processing Foods,
  • High-class fashion
Annual Average Capital Of Enterprises

61,843 billion dongs (2014)

Net Turnover

82,843 billion dongs (2014)

Profit Before Taxes

2,305 billion dongs (2014)

Profit Ratio

2.76% (2014)


57.61 (2015) - Rank: 39

Industrial Park Listing
Hoi An Industrial Park (being implemented)

Total Area: 100m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Hoi An, Cho Moi, An Giang

Binh Long Expanded Industrial Park

Total Area: 120m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Chau Phu District, An Giang Province.

Binh Hoa Industrial Park

Total Area: 131.8m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Chau Thanh District, An Giang Province.

Hoa Trung Industrial Park

Total Area: 326m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Cai Nuoc, Ca Mau

Companies in An Giang Province View all



Quoc Hung Hamlet, Quoc Thai Commune, Quoc Thai Commune, An Phu District, An Giang



1 Nguyễn Huệ Tri Tôn, Thị trấn Tri Tôn, Tri Ton District, An Giang



Group 10, Hamlet Nam Hue, Binh Thanh Commune, Thoai Son District, An Giang



Group 02, Hamlet Hamlet, Xa Van Giao, Tinh Bien District, An Giang



Group 3, hamlet An Hòa, Xã An Hảo, Tinh Biên District, An Giang



No. 64-66 Le Hong Phong, Bac Son Hamlet, Nui Sap Town, Thoai Son District, An Giang



ấp Gò Ba Gia ,, Xã Phú Thạnh, Phú Tân District, An Giang



Số 152 Trần Hưng Đạo TT Tri Tôn, Thị trấn Tri Tôn, Tri Ton District, An Giang



Group 6, Đường Hùng Vương, Hamlet 2, Thị trấn Tri Tôn, Tri Tôn District, An Giang



Số 53 Hoàng Diệu, Châu Phú B Ward, Châu Đốc City, An Giang



Số 114 Nguyễn Văn Thoại, Châu Phú A Ward, Châu Đốc City, An Giang



Xã An Tuc,, Tri Ton District, An Giang


Road and bridge:

  • Highway 91: In the period of 2011-2015, the Highway 91 from Nguyen Trung Truc Bridge to Chau Doc will be upgraded to level-III plain road standard, and the Long Xuyen–Chau Doc–Khanh Binh Expressway will be completed by 2020.
  • Route N1: In the period of 2011-2015, the Tan Chau–Chau Doc Route will be upgraded to level-IV plain road standard.
  • Route N2 (Ho Chi Minh Trail): In the period of 2011-2015, Vam Cong Bridge, Vam Cong Bridge path, Long Xuyen City bypass through Thoai Son District to Kien Giang Province will be completed.
  • An Hoa Bridge over Hau River will be built in the period of 2011-2020.
  • District roads of 941, 942, 952, 954, 956, and the Tri Ton–Vam Ray Route will be upgraded into highway to level-III plain road standard in the period of 2011-2015.
  • Chau Doc Bridge over Hau River will be built.

Railways: Can Tho–An Giang–Viet Nam–Cambodia border.

Waterways: Tien River (section through An Giang: 87 km) and Hau River (100 km) are two important rivers linking the province with Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. In addition, a network of channels level 2, 3 ensures activities of waterway transport with the scale of 50-100 tons.

  • The port system of My Thoi Seaport; river-ports of Binh Long, Tan Chau, Vinh Te (Tinh Bien), Cho Moi, Phu Tan will be completed.
  • The river traffic routes will be exploited in association to the province’s port system.

Airways: An Giang Airport will be built in Chau Thanh District.


An Giang is striving to reach the moderately good level of information technological and telecommunications development in comparison to the whole country by 2020.

People's Council

01 Ton Duc Thang Street, My Binh Ward, Long Xuyen City, An Giang.

People's Committee

82 Ton Duc Thang Street, My Binh Ward, Long Xuyen City, An Giang.

Relevant Government Departments
  • People's Committee Office of An Giang
  • Department of Natural Resources and Environment
  • Department of Justice
  • Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Department of Home Affairs
  • Department of Education and Training
  • Department of Transport
  • Department of Construction
  • Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism
  • Department of Information and Communications
  • Department of Industry and Trade
  • Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs
  • Department of Health
  • Department of Finance
  • Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Department of Science and Technology
  • Department of Planning and Investment
  • Inspectors of An Giang
  • Department Taxation
Province An Giang Province
Headquarter of People's Committee 82 Ton Duc Thang Street, My Binh Ward, Long Xuyen City, An Giang.
Official Provincial (or City) Website
Ethnic Kinh, Khmer, Cham, Hoa
Language Vietnamese

Some higher educational and training institutions include An Giang University (interdisciplinary training, having over ten thousand students, a placing providing university- and
college graduated human resource), Health Intermediate School, An Giang Vocational Training College, two vocational training intermediate schools (Chau Doc Town and Tri Ton Minor Ethnic Boarding-school), vocational training centers, provincial and district continuing educational centers, etc. 

Fine Arts

An Giang is also renowned as traditional handicraft such as Tan Chau silk, Chau Doc fish sauce and other consumer products. Especially, long-standing handicraft weaves fabric industry of Cham ethnic group.
The province is concentrating on investment and exploitation in order to rapidly develop such historical cultural monuments as Sam Mount (Chau Doc Town), Cam Mount (Tinh Bien District), Tuc Dup Hill (Tri Ton District), Oc Eo archaeological site (Thoai Son District). Besides, the province also has tourist sites as Soai So Lake, To Mount (Tri Ton District), Giai Mount, Tra Su Indigo Forest Ecotourist Area (Tinh Bien District), and other festivals such as Dolta Festival (the Khmer people’s annual bull-racing festival taking place from August 29 to September 1 of the lunar year), Khmer people’s Chol Chnam Thmay Tet, Ramadan Festival of the Cham people taking place from September 1 to September 30 every year. Other tourist atrractions are Ong Ho (Tiger) Island, An Giang Museum, Oc Eo Remains Site, Tay An Pagoda, Thoi Ngoc Hau Tomb, and President Ton Commemorative Area.

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