Dong Nai Province

Total Area

5907.2 km2

Region

Southeast

Industrial Park

33

Active Enterprises

70932

Population

2,872,720 people (2015)

On-sale Properties

2

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Total Area 5907.2km2
Agricultural Production Land 2762 km2
Forestry Land 1814 km2
Specially Used Land 507 km2
Residential Land 170 km2
Borders

Binh Thuan province in the East.

With the provinces of Ba Ria - Vung Tau and Ho Chi Minh City.

North of Lam Dong and Binh Duong.

Climate

Dong Nai lies in the monsoon tropical zone and is affected by the north-east and south-west monsoon. It is also put under the influence of Pacific Ocean tropic atmosphere between April and October. There are two distinct seasons: the rainy season lasts from March or April to November and the dry season from December to March or April of the following year. Average temperature goes between 23.9 – 29oC, much lower than standard level of the tropical regions (26-30oC). Its rainfall is quite high with 1,500 mm – 2,700 mm.

On average, the weather is sunny for 4-9.5 hours a day and does not exceed 11.5 hours per day, even on the hottest and sunniest days. Total rainy days within a year are between 120 - 170 days (standard level of tropical region is 150 - 160 days) with total rainfall of some 1,500 - 2,750 mm. The average humidity is around 80 - 82% and humidity in the dry season is 10 - 12% lower than that of the rainy season. The humidity is inconsiderably different among the areas. Dong Nai Province's weather with regular sunshine, rain and high humidity equally found in the
localities facilitates agricultural production and development of industry and cultural and tourism activities.

Natural Resources

Land resources: Dong Nai is the province which possesses the largest area of agricultural land in the eastern region of South Viet Nam. There are 5 main groups of soils classified by FAO/UNESCO. Cultivation land is mostly composed of basalt soil suitable for development of for industrial plants and fruit trees.

Water resources: Dong Nai has a relatively abundant surface water with average density of 0,5 – 1,2 km of river/km2, but unevenly distributed. Most of rivers and springs are concentrated in the northern region and along the Dong Nai River in the south-western region. There are 2 main rivers, i.e. Dong Nai, 220 km and La Nga, 70 km, providing water for utilization and waterways. Other large rivers are La Buong, Thi Vai, Ray, and Dinh. Total water volume is 25.8 billion m3 a year, varying from 85-90% to 10-15% in the respectively rainy and dry season. The underground water for industrial purpose is not abundant, concentrating in the south of Long Thanh district and the north of Bien Hoa City. There are 5 sites having mineral water, including Suoi Nho where the reserve may reach 10,000m3/day.

Mineral resources:

  • Metalliferous mineral group: There are 19 mines and 2 ore sites, comprising 2 laterite bauxite mines, 17 gold mines and ore sites, some sites having signs of mineralized lead – zinc, gold – silver, and caciterit ore of low content.
  • Non – metal minerals: Non-metalliferous mineral group: kaolin, natural colour powder, limestone, quartz, construction materials such as stone, sand, clay, puzzolan.

Forestry resources:

Dong Nai abounds in forest with 153,586 ha, accounting for 30% of the provincial area. It has a diversified ecology with 614 species of plants and 250 species of animal. This a favorable condition for development of ecological environment, tourism, and exploitation of forest products.

Forests have basic characteristics of tropical forests with a varied fauna and flora, as represented by Nam Cat Tien National Park, a natural reserve region rich in rare and precious animal and vegetal species with the implementation of the present program for forest cultivation (including the cultivation of perennial industrial trees). In 1976 forests covered 47.8% of the provincial natural area, decreasing to 21.05% in 1981.

GDP Growth Rate

11.55% (2014)

Population

2,872,720 people (2015)

Population Density

492 person/km2 (2015)

Population By Sex

94.5 males per 100 females (2015)

12.10% (2015)

Immigration Rate

20.40% (2015)

Labor Force At 15 Years Of Age And Above

54.70% (2015)

Unemployment Rate

2.5% (2015)

Major Industries
  • Dong Nai has many historical, cultural and tourist potential
  • Occupation famous traditional ceramics
  • Occupation traditional handicrafts such as weaving, rattan
  • Handicrafts processing, making the wood products technology, agro-processing, brick production, casting, foundry pig iron
Annual Average Capital Of Enterprises

540,541 billion dongs (2014)

Net Turnover

761,337 billion dongs (2014)

Profit Before Taxes

37,016 billion dongs (2014)

Profit Ratio

4.68% (2014)

PCI

57.79 (2015) - Rank: 37

Industrial Park Listing
Amata Industrial Park - Stage 1, 2,3

Total Area: 700m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Bien Hoa, Dong Nai

Bien Hoa II Industrial Park

Total Area: 365m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Long Binh, Long Bình Tan

Loteco Industrial Park

Total Area: 100m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Bien Hoa, Dong Nai

Ho Nai Industrial Park

Total Area: 496.65m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Trang Bom, Dong Nai

Song May Industrial Park - Stage 1

Total Area: 250.21m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Trang Bom District, Dong Nai Province.

Song May Industrial Park - Stage 2

Total Area: 216m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Trang Bom, Dong Nai

Nhon Trach I Industrial Park

Total Area: 448.5m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Nhon Trach, Dong Nai

Nhon Trach II Industrial Park

Total Area: 330.84m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Nhon Trach, Dong Nai

Nhon Trach III Industrial Park - 2rd Stage

Total Area: 0m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Nhon Trach, Dong Nai

Nhon Trach III Industrial Park - 2rd Stage

Total Area: 700m2

Occupancy Rate: 0%

Address: Hiep Phuoc communes, Nhon Trach district, Dong Nai

On-sale Properties View all
20 - 25 million/ m²

Type

Residential & Mix Development

Area

123 - 250 m²

Location

Nhơn Trạch, Đồng Nai

Purpose

For Sale
70 USD/m2/38 year

Type

For Lease - Factory

Area

28,000 m² - 130,864 m²

Location

Nhơn Trạch, Đồng Nai

Purpose

For Sale
Companies in Dong Nai Province View all

Category:

Address:

No. 14 - A, 18 Residential expansion - An Binh Ward

Category:

Ceramic

Address:

Road 319

Category:

Address:

Ho Nai Industrial Zone 3 , Trang Bom District

Category:

Address:

Tang 4B

Category:

Address:

Road No. 3

Category:

Address:

Ho Nai Industrial Zone

Category:

Yarn, Woven Fabrics

Address:

Phuoc Thien Commune

Category:

Rubber

Address:

Lot 1 Market , Ho Nai 3 Ward

Category:

Wood

Address:

Lot 203 ,

Category:

Computer

Address:

Lot A5 - A6 , Street 4

Transportation

Roads: Dong Nai Province has an advanced traffic system with many backbone national roads, such as: National Road (NR) nos 1A, 20, 51, North–South railway lines; Located adjacent to the Saigon Port and Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Saigon port cluster in HCMC and Cai Mep – Thi Vai port cluster in Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province. Such site offers many advantages to economic activities in the area. Its location is very important for the development of the Southern economic main hub and a junction of the South Eastern and the Central Highlands.

Railways: The North – South Railway runs through Dong Nai with a total length of 87.5 km and 8 platforms at Bien Hoa, Ho Nai, Trang Bom, Dau Giay, Long Khanh, Bao Chanh, Gia Ray, and Trang Tao. The railway still plays an important role in the passenger and freight transport. Bien Hoa platform is the major terminal, equipped with “semi-automated train operation system”.

Waterways: Dong Nai s a landlocked province. The inland waterway includes more than 532 km, of which 205 km are navigable water. The commercially important waterways comprise 8 rivers of Dong Nai, Thi Vai, Dong Tranh, Cai, Nha Be, Long Tau, Go Gia, and La Nga, of which the former, 162 km in length, is the most critical waterway for cargo transport in Dong Nai Province and from here to HCMC, 2 provinces of Ba Ria – Vung Tau and Binh Duong. Other lines belonging to the Dong Nai River are the Nha Be River, 8.5 km in length, and the Long Tau River, 9 km in length, have passages for ocenn liners to acccess ports of Sai Gon, Cat Lai in HCMC and Phu Huu, Ong Keo in Dong Nai Province. The Thi Vai River has passage for ocean liners to access port areas of Go Dau and Phuoc An.

Airways: The 40-km2 Bien Hoa Airport is under the Ministry of Defence’s management. The Government will build Long Thanh Airport to receive about 100 million passengers a year.

Telecommunications

The provincial network of telephone and telecommunication has connected with those of Vietnam and other countries, including ADSL, data transmission (DDN, xDSL, Frame relay, Leased line), Video Conference. The express delivery system has been implemented by Fedex, DHL, EMS, and CPN, etc. The average number of telephone and internet subscriber over 100 population in 2010 is respective 121 and 20.5

Water Supply

Total water supply output in 2010 is 320.000m3/day. It is expected to reach 550.000m3/day in 2015, sufficient to provide water to urban areas and industrial parks.

Electric Supply

The province uses the national power grid, comprising voltage leves of 110kV, 35kV, 22kV, 15kV with a total transmission line of nearly 6,000 km. Total electricity output of Dong Nai in 2010 is 6.1 MW. The distribution network of high voltage 110/220 KV with 2,400KVA transformers, medium voltage 15/22 KV with 2,500KVA transformers has covered 171 communes and wards of the province.

People's Council

2 Nguyen Van Tri Street, Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai Province.

People's Committee

2 Nguyen Van Tri Street, Thanh Binh Ward, Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai Province.

Relevant Government Departments
  • Department of Justice                   
  • Department of Home Affairs              
  • Department of Education and Training     
  • Department of Transport                
  • Department of Construction             
  • Inspectors of Dong Nai                   
  • 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 Finance       
  • Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Department of Science and Technology
  • Department of Planning and Investment  
  • Department of Natural Resources and Environment
  • Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Management Board of Industrial Parks
  • Department of Ethnic
  • Provincial inspection
Province Dong Nai Province
Headquarter of People's Committee 2 Nguyen Van Tri Street, Thanh Binh Ward, Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai Province.
Official Provincial (or City) Website www.dongnai.gov.vn
Ethnic Kinh,Hoa, Nung, Tay, Khmer, Muong, Dao, Cham, Thai, Si La, O Du
Language Vietnamese
Education

Until 30/9/2011, there are 528 schools in Dong Nai, including 48 upper secondary schools, 167 lower secondary schools, 16 high schools, 297 primary schools. Besides, there are 263 kindergartens. Total pupil in 2010 is 523,500. The number of university and college students as of 10,000 population is 220. There are over 100 vocational training schools and units in Dong Nai, of which the number of university is 4, college: 8, intermediary vocational schools: 16, vocational training centers : 73, which are attended by 19,000 students.

Hospital And Medical Centres

The medical network is strong enough to implement effectively the task of medical exam and treatment and community-based health programs, comprising 257 health facilties. 100% of communes and wards have health stations and been staffed with midwives, 100% of hamlets are staffed by trained medical personnel. There are 19 polyclinic and specialized hospitals, 13 regional polyclinics with 5,675 patient beds, reaching the ratio of 19 beds/10,000 people. There are 5,703 medical staff including 1,267 doctors, reaching the ratio of 22.5 medical staff/10,000 people and 5 doctors/10,000 people. Major hospitals are:

  • Thong Nhat Polyclinic Hospital,
  • Central Mental Hospital (Bien Hoa Hospital),
  • Dong Nai Polyclinic Hospital,
  • Pediatric Hospital
  • Traditional Medicine Hospital
  • Private hospitals and polyclinics: International Obstetric and Gynaecology Hospital, Vietnam – Britain - Germany Orto-Rhino-Laryngology Hospital, Hong Phuoc Polyclinic Hospital.

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