Ba Ria-Vung Tau

13 industrial parks

About Ba Ria-Vung Tau



Location : located at South – east, 125 km to HCM city   

Area : 1,999 km2

Population 947,300

Border : bordering Dong Nai province in the North, Ho Chi Minh City in the West, Binh Thuan province in the East, and the South bordered with the East Sea.


Road : Nation roads 51 to HCM City, 55 to Binh Thuan and 56 to Dong Nai

Air port : about 130 km to Tan Son Nhat international Air port and about 70 km to Long Thanh international Airport.

Port To Tan Cang – Cai Mep 37 km To Phu Mỹ 35 km Port potential is enormous advantages of Ba Ria - Vung Tau.

Reserve capacity of sea ports in Ba Ria - Vung Tau Province could reach 80 million tons of freight each year. The Thi Vai River flows through the province with a length of 25 km, average width of 600-800 meters depth from 10-20 meters to allow larger vessels to 40-60 thousand tons out easily


Provincial Competitiveness Index: 6/ 63 provinces

Potential for development economy: oil, gas, mining and shipping port, logistics, seafood processing and exploiting , tourism and resort Encourage investment in the seafood sector, industry, infrastructure construction, tourism and investment in areas with difficult socio - economic difficulties as Xuyen Moc District, Long Land and European central Duc.phuong blessed, Ba Ria town. Due to the large potential oil and gas, ports, power center is the largest Phu and many other conditions favorable to Ba Ria - Vung Tau has the ability to attract investment in industrial development . The province has been raising funds for infrastructure investment in seven industrial parks (IPs) has been Prime Minister for approval of the planning and establishment, including Dong Xuyen 160.8 ha, Phu My (I) 954.4 ha, My Xuan A 122.6 ha, My Xuan A 146.6 ha, My Xuan (B) 222.8 ha, My Xuan (A2) 312.8 ha, 670 ha of Cai Mep

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