Hai Duong Province

Total Area

1662 km2


Red River Delta

Industrial Park


Active Enterprises



2,463,890 people (2016)

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Total Area 1662km2
Agricultural Production Land 844 km2
Forestry Land 109 km2
Specially Used Land 308 km2
Residential Land 157 km2

Northwest border province of Bac Ninh, Bac Giang province in northern, northeastern Quang Ninh province, east of Hai Phong, Thai Binh Province to the south and west by the provinces of Hung Yen.


Tropical monsoon, hot and humid, 4 distinct seasons. Average annual temperature: 230C. Average annual precipitation: 1,500-1,700mm. Average air humidity: 78-87%

Natural Resources

Land resources: Two soil types can be found: Mountain ous soil covers the northern part, Chi Linh, Kim Mon districts, taking 11% of natural land space. It’s of low fertility, thin top layer, humus deficient, mostly suitable to wood trees, fruit crops (litchi, pineapple), industrial crops (ground nut, tea) planting…

The plain soil type makes up 89% of the land, consisting mainly of fluvial alluvium deposited by Thai Binh River. It’s highly fertile, suitable for high-yield plant crops in intensive culture.

Water resources: The province is endowed with a fairly dense waterways network consisting of Thai Binh and Luoc Rivers, An Kim Hai, Bac Hung affluent, which makes alluvial deposits, depositing alluvium to fields, supplies water for economic production, and concurrently serves as communication channels enabling intra-provincial goods transport and traffic between Hai Duong and other provinces of the region.

Surface water, fairly abundant, comes from rivers, rivulets of every size, lakes, swamps, canals and ditches of wide extent. Underground water: there is a sizeable reserve.

Drilled well scan supply 30-50m3 in 24 hours. Well water mainly comes from pleistocene pockets; its Cl content is under 200mg per liter. Common tapping layers locate at an average depth of 40-120m. Underground water can be judiciously tapped for household use in the northern part of the province… Moreover, underground water at the depth of 250-350m has been found in many other places of the province. It has good quality, high reserves, high potential for steady supply to economic production and people’s home use.

Mineral resources: Though not abundant, some minerals hold large deposits, good quality and high economic value, serving as raw materials for industrial development. Worth mentioning are limestone, kaolin, heat resistant clay. Hai Duong also avails stone, sand, pebble, coal, lignite, clay, bauxite, mercury and a lot of others, for construction materials fabrication.

GDP Growth Rate

7.1% (2014)


2,463,890 people (2016)

Population Density

1,072 person/km2 (2015)

Population By Sex

95.9 males per 100 females

6.70% (2015)

Immigration Rate


Labor Force At 15 Years Of Age And Above

57.00% (2015)

Unemployment Rate

4% (2015)

Major Industries

production of building materials, such as limestone, clay, kaolin, ore - Nazi.

Annual Average Capital Of Enterprises

156,522 billion dongs (2014)

Net Turnover

173,060 billion dongs ( 2014 )

Profit Before Taxes

7,232 billion dongs ( 2014 )

Profit Ratio

4.10% (2014)


58.37 (2015) - Rank: 34

Industrial Park Listing
Cam Dien - Luong Dien Industrial Park (VSIP Hai Duong)

Total Area: 183.96m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Vsip Hai Duong Industrial Park, Cẩm Điền, Cẩm Giàng District, Hai Duong, Vietnam

Cong Hoa Industrial Park

Total Area: 357.03m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Cong Hoa, Chi Linh, Hai Duong

Lai Cach Industrial Park

Total Area: 132.4m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Lai Cach Industrial Park, Lai Cach Town, Cam Giang District, Viet Nam

Lai Vu Industrial Park

Total Area: 213m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Kim Thanh, Hai Duong, Viet Nam

Viet Hoa - Kenmark Industrial Park

Total Area: 46.6m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province, Viet Nam

Tan Truong Industrial Park

Total Area: 198.06m2

Occupancy Rate: 75.15%

Address: Tan Truong Industrial Zone, Cam Giang, Hai Duong, Viet Nam

Phuc Dien Industrial Park

Total Area: 87m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Phuc Dien, Cam Giang, Hai Duong, Vietnam

Expanded Dai An Industrial Park

Total Area: 433m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Hai Duong City, Hai Duong, Viet Nam

Dai An Industrial Park

Total Area: 135m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Hai Duong City, Hai Duong, Viet Nam

Nam Sach Industrial Park

Total Area: 62.42m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Nam Sach Industrial Park, Ai Quoc and Nam Dong Commune, Nam Sach District, Viet Nam

Companies in Hai Duong Province View all



Tư đa, Minh Hoà,, Kinh Mon District, Hai Duong



La Tinh Village, Thị trấn Tứ Kỳ,, Tu Ky District, Hai Duong



Thôn An Liệt, Xã Thanh Hải, Thanh Hà District, Hải Dương



No. 212 ngõ 153 Le Thanh Nghi street, Thanh Binh ward, Hai Duong city, Hai Duong



54 Nguyen Quy Tan, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province



House No. 10, Đường số 4, KCN Đại An, Phường Tứ Minh, Hải Dương City, Hải Dương



314 Dien Bien Phu, Binh Han Ward, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong



7A Tran Hung Dao, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province



13E Tran Hung Dao, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province



20 Tran Hung Dao, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province



phu thứ, Kinh Mon District, Hai Duong Province



TT Phu Luong ,, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province


Consisting of roadways, waterways, railways in rational distribution and convenient exchange with other provinces.

Roadways: The network extends to 9,205.96km long, of which 2,200km are automobile roads at density of 0.7km/ km2, the highest density nationwide, the highest in the Red River Delta and of neighboring provinces. Six national roads, No 5, 18,183.., cross over Hai Duong in a length of 115.6km, proportionally taking 5.34% of the total auto highways of the province.

These national roads help to develop local hubs, currently connecting the province to polar development sites of the country. Provincial roads 2, district road, urban center roads, rural roads, bridges, drains, ferry landings, though adequate, need improvement, upgrading to meet development demand. Rural communication is a case in point.

Railways: Rail lines trespassing Hai Duong over a distance of 70km, namely the Hanoi-Hai Phong line, over 44km, Kep-Bai Chay line,10km, Ben Tam-Co Thanh (Chi Linh) line,16km (mainly serving Pha Lai Thermo power Plant). Rail lines facilitate traffic between Hai Duong and other provinces as well as export exchanges via Hai Phong Seaport.

Waterways: Large rivers run through the province forming a propitious waterway network linking the province with Northern provinces and national seaports. There are 18 fluvial routes of some 419km long, of which 393.5km is navigable for transport purpose. There are, in addition, hundreds of other fluvial routes amenable to transport navigation. There are many ports, 29 landing points for cargo haul along rivers. Major ports are Hoang Thach Cement Port (annual cargo handling capacity: 2 million tons), Cong Cau Port (280,000 tons/year).


Technological advances have been applied to upgrading and extension of networks. Current services (cable transmission,, internal provincial cables, mobile nets, Mega VNN ) are improving. Direct, rapid contact within the country and with the outside world is available.

Water Supply

Proper investment concern has been given to new construction and improvement of water supply. Several water works have been regrouped to meet economic production and urban home use demands. Small scale supply to households by wells, collection tanks in rural areas have been practiced.

Electric Supply

Pha Lai Thermo-power Plants. Pha Lai I 4x110 MW, Pha Lai II 2x300 MW. Transmission lines 220 &110kV from Pha Lai connect to the Northern grid and feed directly into six 110kV stations. There are also other 110kV transmission lines undergoing construction. Hai Duong power grid now avails tension lines 110, 35, 22, 10, 6kV and distribution stations scattered over the territory assuring technical standard supply to economic production and domestic home use.

People's Committee

1 Duc Minh Street, Thanh Binh Ward, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province.

Relevant Government Departments
  • People's Committee Office of Hai Duong
  • Department of Natural Resources and Environment
  • Department of Justice                  
  • 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 Da Nang   
  • Department of Public Security
  • Department of Taxation
  • Hai Duong Women's Union                  
Province Hai Duong Province
Headquarter of People's Committee 1 Duc Minh, Thanh Binh Ward, Hai Duong City, Hai Duong Province.
Official Provincial (or City) Website www.haiduong.gov.vn
Ethnic Kinh
Language Vietnamese

Being the concern of authorities at various levels and localities, education-training is stepping up in quality. Grade schools keep on developing quantitatively and qualitatively and in material foundation. As of 2008 ending, there were 288 nursery schools, 279 elementary schools, 273 junior and 52 senior high schools. Senior high graduation rate was 98.34%, that of adult learning catch-up, 95.22%. Successful candidates admission to universities, junior colleges, professional high schools increased by 25%.

Vocational, professional training has taken a positive turn. Eight rural districts and municipalities now avail professional polytechnic training centers. Professional technical high schools graduates keep on rising... The year 2008 saw school admission and professional training to 31,500, which fulfilled professional training plans for the rural labor force of 14,000. Skill trained labor rated 34.3% of the work force.

Hospital And Medical Centres

Reinforcement and development of the health care network in recent years have not met the needs of local communities. Medical establishments have made good progress in staff cadres, employees, material foundation, and service quality. The end of 2007 found 287 state health organizations, to name 17 hospitals, 5 local diagnosis offices, 1 recuperationfunctional rehabilitation center, 263 villages, ward infirmaries. There were 4,227 hospital beds. Medical and pharmaceutical cadres counted 785 doctors, 842 physicians, 1,087 nurses, 407 midwives, 446 pharmacists, 220 para-pharmacists Disease prevention, food sanitation-safety are well managed. There has been no epidemic outbreak. National health care programs, vaccination programs have been extending as well as infant malnutrition prevention, HIV/AIDS prevention and other social diseases. Under-five aged infant malnutrition dropped to 22% in 2008. Private health care establishments expand greatly. There were, in 2008, 697 private medical organizations, of which 17 were poly clinics, 220 specialty diagnostic offices, 253 traditional medicine treatment centers.

Fine Arts

Water puppetry.

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