In term of North Central Coast geography, the region consists of six provinces and is adjacent Red River Delta to the north, People’s Democratic Republic of Laos to the west, South Central Coast to the south, and South China Sea to the east.
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.
In recent years, the economy in North Central Coast Vietnam has reached relatively high growth rate, approximately 10%. With this positive sign in economic development, the land has attracted investments from both domestic and foreign investors.
Situated in the prime location in Central Vietnam, Hue is worldwide famous for wonderful natural landscapes, unique festivals, and hospitable local people. The city is worth one of most ideal destinations in Vietnam.
Quang Binh is famous for Phong Nha Ke Bang, a Natural World Heritage recognized by UNESCO. Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park possesses a wide range of rare flora and fauna system, along with the most stunning caves in the world.