North Central Coast is one of key economic regions in Vietnam. It is adjacent to Red River Delta in the north, People's Democratic Republic of Laos in the west, South Central Coast in the south, and South China Sea in the east.
Vietnam South Central Coast is a long and narrow land. This region was formed in a long history. Here is the land of wonderful landscapes and seascapes, contributing to the development of Vietnam economy, especially in tourism.
Being known as a highly mountainous region, Central Highland Vietnam has not many favorable conditions to develop economics; nonetheless, the land has its own strengths in culture and tourism that cannot find in other places of the country.
Weather in South Central Coast Vietnam is influenced by the coastal plain and Truong Son Mountain Range. Temperature though is high, but there is occasionally a short-lasting cold in winter, and the effect of hot dry is not as in the north.
Weather in Central Highland Vietnam is characterized by the tropical savanna climate. There are two distinct seasons in this region: rainy season and dry season. Due to the effects of altitude, weather varies in different topography.
Hue weather is portrayed by features of tropical climate with two main seasons of rainy season and dry season. Rainy season in Hue runs from August to February, while, the dry season lasts for five months from March to July.