Weather in North Central Coast Vietnam is dry and hot with Southwest wind. With a long coastline, it is characterized by cool ocean breeze. Because the land area is limited by Truong Son Mountain range, the region has two distinct seasons: dry and rainy.
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.
Nghe An is a province in North Central Coast Vietnam with the largest area in the country. The central administration of the province is Vinh city, located about 291km far from Hanoi to the south.
Thanh Hoa is a province in North Central Coast Vietnam ranked the 5th of the area and the 3rd of the population among the central administrative units and also is one of the first residences of Vietnamese people.
Quang Binh is a province in North Central Coast Vietnam. Quang Binh is located at the narrowest place according to the east-west direction of the S-shaped strip of Vietnam (40.3 km following the shortest path from the Lao border to the South China Sea).
Located in North Central Vietnam, Quang Tri has an important strategic position in the protection and exploitation the South China Sea, exchanges between North and South as well as with the other countries in the Southeast Asian region and the world.
Ha Tinh is the land of "Giang son tu khi" not only in a geographical sense but also in cultural sediments through the ages. Also, it is the hometown of heroes, patriotic scholars and eminent cultural celebrities. Besides, it has diverse tourism resource.