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Quảng Ninh Province

Quảng Ninh province
Tỉnh Quảng Ninh
Nickname(s): Secure Serenity
Location of Quảng Ninh within Vietnam
Location of Quảng Ninh within Vietnam
Country  Vietnam
Region Northeast
Capital Hạ Long
 • Total 6,102.3 km2 (2,356.1 sq mi)
Population (2012[1])
 • Total 1,177,200
 • Density 190/km2 (500/sq mi)
 • Ethnicities Kinh, Tày, Dao, Sán Chay, Sán Dìu, Hoa
Time zone ICT (UTC+7)
Calling code 33
ISO 3166 code VN-13
Website Quang Ninh Portal

Quảng Ninh (  ) is a large province located along the northeastern coast of Vietnam. The province is home to Hạ Long Bay, a World Heritage Site. The provincial capital is Hạ Long. Nearly 80 per cent of the province is mountainous with abundant land, forest water and mineral resources. Nearly 90 per cent of coal output in the country is extracted in this province. Hạ Long Bay has 1,969 islands, out of which 989 have been given names.[2][3][4] The province covers an area of 6,099 square kilometres and as of 2008 it had a population of 1,109,600 people.[5]


The name of Quảng Ninh province is the compound name of two provinces. Quang Yen and Hai Ninh. According to the naming of President Ho Chi Minh



Quảng Ninh is a land of rich history. In Hạ Long Bay area has archaeological remains of prehistoric people from 3000-1500 BC. Characterized this period as Hạ Long Culture. With many archaeological shells used as jewelry and money exchange. Ancient animal bones and human bones. When first formed the State of Vietnam. This land of Quảng Ninh is one of the 15 tribes of Văn Lang State


Area Quảng Ninh current time feudal called:

The historic sites of Quảng Ninh Province:

  1. Bạch Đằng River. Today the territory of Quang Yen town, the region adjacent to the city of Hai Phong.
  2. Commercial Van Don port. With the naval war against the Mongol Empire. This sector Quan Lang and Minh Chau, Van Don district
  3. The tomb of Trần Dynasty. The capital is home to the Trần Dynasty ancestors before migrating down the Thái Bình, Thien Truong. Today the territory of Dong Trieu District
  4. Yen Tu Mountain. The land of Trúc Lâm Zen. Today the territory of Uong Bi city.

From the French colonial period to the present

  • After the invasion of occupied Tonkin, in 1899 the French cup part Quang Yen established Hai Ninh province. Seeing coal mineral resources. French colonialists increase in mining zones Hong Gai, Mao Khe, Vang Danh, Cam Pha Town, Ha Tu ... Established the Northern Coal Company of France (SFCT) exclusive exploitation and consumption of coal, power scavenged resources and exploitation of colonies. Along with the coal industry, Quảng Ninh is one of the Vietnamese working class formed the earliest.

The general strike of more than 30,000 miners November 12, 1936 demanding higher wages reduce the hours of glorious victory has become one of the most iconic historical events of the Vietnamese revolutionary movement during play for civil rights democracy and national independence. Later became the traditional date of the mines: Date indomitable mines.


The province has the shape of an oblique rectangle inclined in a northeast-to-southwest direction. To the west, the province borders an extended forest and mountain region. To the east, it is adjacent to the Gulf of Bắc Bộ. It features a meandering coastline, numerous estuaries and tidal flats and more than 2,000 large and small islands. Exactly 1,030 of these have been named. Quảng Ninh's coordinates are longitude 106º25' to 108º25' east and latitude 20º40' to 21º40' north. Its width from east to west is 195 km (at the widest part).[3]

The total length from north to south of the province is 102 km. The northernmost point is in mountain range at Mo Toòng village (Hoành Mô Commune, Bình Liêu District). The southernmost point is in Hạ Mai Island (Ngọc Vừng Commune, Vân Đồn District). The westernmost point is in Vàng Chua River (Bình Dương and Nguyễn Huệ communes, Đông Triều District). The easternmost point is inland at Got Cape, northeast of Trà Cổ Commune, Móng Cái Town.[3]

Quảng Ninh has a common international border with the People's Republic of China. Inland, north of province (Bình Liêu, Hải Hà districts) and Móng Cái borders Dongxing City and Fangcheng County in Guangxi Province, PRC with the borderline of 170 km. To the east, it adjuncts to Bắc Bộ Gulf. The province also borders Lạng Sơn, Bắc Giang and Hải Dương provinces to the west, and the city of Hải Phòng to the south. The coastal line is 250 km. The total area of Quảng Ninh is 8,239.243 km², of which 5,938 km² is mainland. The area of islands, bays and sea is a tremendous 2,448.853 km². The total area of the islands is 619.913 km².[2][3]


Quảng Ninh is a mountainous and coastal province, with more than 80 per cent of its area being made up of mountains and hills. The 2,000 some islands are also considered mountains. The mountainous zone can be divided into two parts: the eastern mountainous region extending from Tiên Yên through Bình Liêu, Hải Hà, Đầm Hà and Móng Cái; and the western zone ranging from Tiên Yên through Ba Chẽ and Hoành Bồ, north of Uông Bí Town. The former is a continuation of the Thâp Van Đai Son range in China. There are two main chains: Quảng Nam Châu 1,507 m and Cao Xiêm 1,330 m. The western zone features smooth and curved mountains called Đông Triều with Yên Tu Mount 1,068 m in Uông Bí region and Am Váp Mount 1,094 m in Hoành Bồ District.[3][4]

The midland and coastal plains include a low range of hills weathered by both wind and water; forming fields and river basins. They include the zones of Đông Triêu, Uông Bí, northern Yên Hưng, southern Tiên Yên, Hải Hà and some of Móng Cái. In the estuaries, alluvial soil is deposited, creating low tidal flats. This can be found in the areas of southern Uông Bí, southern Yên Hưng (Hà Nam Island), eastern Yên Hưng, Đông Rui (Tiên Yên), southern Đầm Hà and Mong Cai, southeastern Hải Hà. The midlands and plains of the coastline are extremely favourable for agriculture and transport. It has become a densely populated area of the province.[3][4]

Commune of Cẩm Phả

The sea and island zone of Quảng Ninh has a unique terrain. There are more than 2,000 islands, making up two thirds of the country's islands. They extend along the coast for more than 250 km and divide into numerous layers. The largest islands are Cái Bầu and Bản Sen, while the smallest are just like rocks in a garden. Vân Đồn and Cô Tô are island districts. There are thousands of islands on Hạ Long Bay and Bái Tử Long Bay, many of which contain caves. Besides areas of alluvial deposits, there are also white sand zones which have built up from tidal action. Some places have formed white sand mines producing materials for the glass industry (Van Hai), or have developed into tourism spots (Trà Cổ, Quan Lạn, Minh Châu, Ngọc Vừng).[3][4]

The sea bottom terrain of Quảng Ninh isn't smooth, and has an average depth of 20 m. There are the remnants of ancient streams and underwater rocky banks. The streams from the mainland connect to deep drains along the sea-floor; creating a series of waterways, canals and harbours along the coast.[3]


Hạ Long at sunset

Quảng Ninh's climate is symbolic of the climate of North Vietnam; featuring all four seasons. In summer, it is hot, humid and rainy, while monsoons flourish. The average annual temperature recorded is 22.9 °C. In winter, it is cold (between 1 to 3 °C), dry, and sees little rainfall (between 150 mm and 400 mm). The average humidity is 82 percent. Annual average rainfall, influenced by north-eastern monsoons, varies between 1,700 mm and 2,400 mm (maximum recorded is 2751 mm), with rainfall concentrated in the summer months for 90 to 170 days, particularly in July and August.[3][4]

In comparison to other provinces in the north, Quảng Ninh has been more under the influences of north-eastern monsoon. The wind blows strongly and the temperature drops to between 1 and. During the north-east monsoon, high mountainous regions such as Bình Liêu and Hải Hà, Đầm Hà experiences temperatures below 0 °C. Storms have a large influence on the province, mainly in June, July and August. The intensity can be extremely strong, especially in island and coastal regions.[3][4]

Because of the terrain differences, the climates of sub-regions differ. The border area of the Móng Cái District is colder and rainy, with an average temperature of around 22 °C and rainfall reaching 2,751 mm. In the Yên Hưng District, the most southern area, the average temperature is 24 °C and gets an average rainfall of 1,700 mm. The high mountainous region of Hoành Bồ, and Ba Chẽ districts, has 20 days of frost a year, and is subject to little rainfall. In the Bình Liêu District there is heavy rain (2,400 mm) and winter lasts for six months. The offshore island region is not the wettest area, with only 1,700 to 1,800 mm of rainfall per year, but winter is often accompanied by thick mists.[3][4]


In Quảng Ninh, there are numerous rivers and springs, but most are short and small, and feature currents that differ between seasons. In winter, most rivers run dry, but in summer, waterfalls pick up fast currents. The water current reaches 1.45 m3/s in dry season, but up to 1,500 m3/s in the rainy season. Quảng Ninh's sea borders upon the Gulf of Bắc Bộ. It is large and protected by the ranks of islands, so the wind is quieter and the water smoother. The gulf's current runs from north to south. It is Vietnam's coldest sea, with the temperature sometimes dipping below 13 °C. The average tide level recorded is 2.5 m.[3][4]

Water resources

Water resources in the province of Quảng Ninh are abundant and distinct. The largest rivers are: the Ka Long (the natural national border between China and Vietnam), Hà Côi, Đầm Hà, Tiên Yên, Phố Cũ, Ba Chẽ, Diễn Vọng, Trới, Míp, Uông, Đạm and Cầm rivers. The provincial border is the Kinh Thầy River which joins the Đá Bạch River and runs into Bạch Đằng. The total static capacity is estimated at 175.106 m3 of water. Out of the 72 lakes and dams, there are 28 large lakes with a total of capacity of 195.53 million m3 of water. The largest is Yên Lập Lake, which blocks the Míp Estuary. Its water volume is 1.18 million m3. Other lakes include: Khuất Động, Trúc Bài Sơn, Khe Táu, Đoan Tĩnh, Khe Uơn, Khe Chếnh, Yên Trung, Bến Châu, Trại Lốc, Rộc Cả and An Biên.[3][4]

Underground running water is also abundant, and can even be found on some of the larger islands. According to prospective data, 13 urban and industrial areas make use of 64,388 m3 water/day. In the province there are natural bottle water points in Quảng Hanh (Cẩm Phả), Khe Lạc (Tiên Yên) and Đồng Long (Bình Liêu). Mineral water is concentrated in the village of Quảng Hanh. Presently, there are 15 exploration holes, and according to preliminary results, capacity could be 1,004 m3/day. Quảng Hanh mineral water is clear and colourless, with mineral content varying from 3.5 to 5.05 g/L.[3][4]

Mineral resources

The province has rich natural mineral resources of coal, limestone, clay, kaolin, white sand, granite and so forth. Large reserves of anthracite coal account for 90 per cent of coal output of Vietnam. Limestone reserves are estimated at 3.1 billion tonnes which would be the basic input for cement manufacture. Other mineral resources phosphoric, titan, antimony, quartz and oil have been found which could auger more industrial projects in the Province. Clay and glassy sand, important material inputs in the building industry for manufacture of tiles, bricks fired-bricks, bricks, ceramics, are in abundance.[4]

Administrative divisions

Quảng Ninh is divided into four city municipalities (thành phố) (Hạ Long, Móng Cái, Cẩm Phả and Uông Bí), one municipal town (thị xã) (Quảng Yên), and nine rural districts (huyện): Ba Chẽ District, Bình Liêu District, Cô Tô District, Đầm Hà District, Đông Triều District, Hải Hà District, Hoành Bồ District, Tiên Yên District and Vân Đồn District. As of 2011, These are divided into 113 communes (), 61 wards (phường) and 10 urban townships (thị trấn).[6]

Name Division type Population (2003) Area (km²) Towns (huyện lỵ or thị trấn) (bold)
and communes (xã)
Hạ Long City (thành phố) 185,228 (2001) 208.7 Wards (phường): Hà Khánh, Hà Lầm,Hà Trung, Hà Phong, Hà Tu, Hồng Hải, Cao Thắng, Cao Xanh,Yết Kiêu,Trần Hưng Đạo, Bạch Đằng, Hòn Gai, Bãi Cháy, Hồng Hà, Hà Khẩu, Giếng Đáy, Hùng Thắng, Tuần Châu,Việt Hưng, Đại Yên
Móng Cái City (thành phố) 72,960[7] 515[7] Wards (phường): Hòa Lạc,Trần Phú,Ka Long,Ninh Dương, Trà Cổ, Hải Yên, Hải Hòa, Bình Ngọc. Communes: Bắc Sơn, Hải Tiến, Hải Đông, Hải Xuân, Hải Sơn,Quảng Nghĩa, Vạn Ninh,Vĩnh Thực,Vĩnh Trung
Cẩm Phả City (thành phố) 165,842[7] 336[7] Wards (phường): Quang Hanh, Cẩm Thạch, Cẩm Thuỷ, Cẩm Trung, Cẩm Thành, Cẩm Tây, Cẩm Bình, Cẩm Đông, Cẩm Sơn,Cẩm Phú, Cẩm Thịnh,Cửa Ông, Mông Dương. Communes: Dương Huy, Cộng Hoà, Cẩm Hải.
Uông Bí City (thành phố) 98,949[7] 240[7] Wards (phường): Vàng Danh, Bắc Sơn, Thanh Sơn, Quang Trung, Trưng Vương, Nam Khê, Yên Thanh. Communes: Thượng Yên Công, Phương Đông, Phương Nam, and Điền Công.
Quảng Yên Town (thị xã) 137,198[7] 332[7] Wards (phường): Cộng Hòa, Đông Mai, Hà An, Minh Thành, Nam Hòa, Phong Cốc, Phong Hải, Quảng Yên, Tân An, Yên Giang and Yên Hải. Communes: Cẩm La, Hoàng Tân, Hiệp Hòa, Liên Hòa, Liên Vị, Sông Khoai and Tiền An.
Ba Chẽ District District (huyện) 17,335[7] 577[7] Ba Chẽ, Đồn Đạc, Nam Sơn,Đạp Thanh,Minh Cầm,Lương Mông,Thanh Lâm, Thanh Sơn.
Bình Liêu District District (huyện) 26,077[7] 471[7] Bình Liêu, Húc Động, Đồng Tâm, Tình Húc, Vô Ngại, Lục Hồn,Đồng Văn.
Cô Tô District District (huyện) 5,281[7] 46[7]
Đầm Hà District District (huyện) 31,414[7] 290[7] Đầm Hà, Đại Bình, Đầm Hà, Tân Bình, Dực Yên,Quảng An,Quảng Lâm, Quảng Lợi, Quảng Tân,Tân Lập.
Đông Triều District District (huyện) 150,256[7] 397[7] Đông Triều, Mạo Khê, Nguyễn Huệ, Hồng Phong, Tràng An, Việt Dân, Tân Việt, Bình Dương, Yên Thọ, Yên Đức, Hoàng Quế, Tràng Lương, Xuân Sơn, Bình Khê, Hồng Thái Đông, Hồng Thái Tây, An Sinh, Hưng Đạo, Kim Sơn, Đức Chính,Thủy An, Nhuệ Hổ.
Hải Hà District District (huyện) 50,878[7] 495[7] Quảng Hà, Quảng Minh, Quảng Thành, Quảng Thắng, Phú Hải, Quảng Chính, Quảng Trung, Quảng Điền, Quảng Phong, Quảng Long, Quảng Sơn, Đường Hoa, Tiến Tới, Quảng Đức, Quảng Thịnh and Cái Chiên.
Hoành Bồ District District (huyện) 39,650[7] 824[7] Trới, Kỳ Thượng, Hòa Bình, Đồng Lâm, Tân Dân, Vũ Oai, Dân Chủ,Sơn Dương, Quảng La, Bằng Cả, Thống Nhất, Lê Lợi, Đồng Sơn.
Tiên Yên District District (huyện) 43,227[7] 617[7] Tiên Yên, Đại Dực, Đại Thành, Hà Lâu, Phong Dụ, Điền Xá, Yên Than, Hải Lạng, Tiên Lãng, Đông Ngũ, Đông Hải, Đồng Rui.
Vân Đồn District District (huyện) 39,157 [7] 551[7] Cái Rồng, Đông Xá, Hạ Long, Bình Dân, Đoàn Kết, Đài Xuyên, Vạn Yên, Minh Châu, Quan Lạn, Ngọc Vừng, Bản Sen, Thắng Lợi.


According to the General Statistics Office of the Government of Vietnam, the population of Quảng Ninh province as on 2008 was 1,109,600 with a density of 182 persons per km2 over a total land area of 6,099 square kilometres (2,355 sq mi) of the province.[8] The male population during this period was 559,500[9] with females accounting for 555,700.[10] The rural population was 614,600 against an urban population of 495,000.[11][12] However, according to the 2009 data, the population of the province is reported to be 1,144,381 people, including women who were 558,793; the proportion of urban population in the province has been ranked third nationally (behind Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang), urban population was 575,939 people (proportion 50.3 per cent) and rural population was 568,442 people. The rate of population growth rate is also higher, the average from 1999 to 2009 was 1.3 per cent as against the national average of 1.2 per cent.[4]

Ethnic identity in the province is recorded as 22 ethnic groups. The ethnic groups identified are the Vietnamese (Kinh), Dao, Tay, San Diu, San Chi. The binational population groups comprise, the Nung and Muong, Thai, Kh'me, Hre, Hmong, Ede, Co Tu, Gia Rai, Ngai, Xu Dang, Co Ho, Ha Nhi, Lao, her Pup. In this land of ancient culture the dominant religious beliefs are of Buddhists, Christians and ancestor worship in addition to a few other folk beliefs.[4]

Fauna and flora

Quảng Ninh, because of its varied terrain, climate and soil, features a diversified and abundant environmental system. The province has a thus a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. Identified floral species number 1,027 of 6 phyla, while faunal species are 120.[4]


There are the regular domestic animals: cattle, pigs, poultry, cats, dogs, and rabbits. Cattle breeding has developed well in the mountainous regions, while the Móng Cái pig is now famous for its especially lean meat. In eastern districts, swans hybridized with ducks, called cà sáy by locals, are also becoming popular. Numerous foreign cattle are imported as well: buffaloes from India, milk cows from the Netherlands and India and horses, sheep and goats from Mongolia.

Wild animals

Formerly, as with the rest of Vietnam, there were once numerous wild animals. In more remote times, there were elephants, rhinoceros, tigers, leopards and bears roaming the area. Today, there are monkeys, deer, pheasants, eagles, wild boars, various birds and tortoises (which unfortunately are less abundant than they once were).

Aquatic fauna

In Quảng Ninh aquatic fauna is very abundant, both fresh and sea water. There are large species of fish in the Gulf of Bắc Bộ. In addition, there are special species such as pearl mussels, stockfish, sea turtles and lobsters, while along the coastline, oysters and edible seaweed abound. These numerous fish resources of the sea have always been an important source of income for the residents of Quảng Ninh.[4]


Quảng Ninh's floral strong point has always been forestry. Agricultural land is narrow and unfertilized, so the production of rice, maize and sweet potatoes is poor. Making up for this is high productivity from fruit trees, lumber trees and industrial plants.[4]

The area for fruit trees in the Đông Triều District totals around 30 km². Formerly in Quảng Ninh, there was diverse and high-quality wood available, in particular ironwood and teak trees. Presently, there are mainly pine trees. In mountainous areas, there are some very diverse trees and plants, providing spices and traditional medicines.[4]


Vendors on Hạ Long Bay

Although economy of the region is agriculture based, other sectors of industries and tourism are also getting priority attention. Being located in the northern economic triangle (Hanoi-Haiphong-Quangninh), the province has abundant resources and has immense potential to develop the economy in every sector. The People's Committee of Quảng Ninh Province in 2007 approved proposals for development plans up to 2020. Industrial development is taking place at a rapid pace. Mineral extraction industries are being developed. Special economic zones are being created and the plans envisage making the province a modern industrial province by 2015. The two economic development zones under development are the Mong Cai Border Gate Economic Zone and the Van Don Economic Zone. Tourism is also a sector of economic development, which has been given priority.[13]

Some of the economic indicators in agriculture, industries and other sectors are the following. There are only 1,440 farms as against the national number of 120,699[14]

The Output value of agriculture produce at constant 1994 prices in the province was 952.5 billion đồngs against the national value of 156,681.9 billion dongs.[15]

The province produced 227,700 tonnes of cereals as against the national production of 43.68 million tonnes [16]

The per capita production of cereals in the district was 205.2 kg as against the national figure of 501.8 kg. in 2008.[17]

In 2007, the industrial output of the province was a meagre 37,987.5 billion dongs against the national output of 1.47 million billion dongs.[18]

Historical places

The province has number of attractions connected with the landforms such as the mountains and the sea or the bay, religious places of worship and also festivals. Some of these are:[3]


Bai Tho Mountain is a limestone mountain formation, which rises to a height of 106 meters, right in the middle of the Hạ Long City. It appears like a visionary giant castle with three towers of the undulating rock. Another famous mountain is the That Bai Tho Mountain, which was earlier called the Transmission Mount(Then). It has historical linkage to the visit of Emperor – Lê Thánh Tông to the provincial city in 1468. The king was moved by the beauty of the mountain covered with clouds, called it a young fairy of Hạ Long and got a poem written on it and engraved on the southern side of the rocky cliff. In 1729, Lord Trịnh Cương also did a painting and poem on King Lê Thánh Tông on this mountain.[3]


Two popular temples in the province are the Cua Ong Temple is located on a mountain overlooking low Bai Tu Long Bay, and the Tien Temple located next to the headquarters of People's Committee of Cam La commune.[3]

Bạch Đằng beach

Bạch Đằng beach is a historical site which commemorates the 13th century victory of Tran Quoc Tuan over the Mongols who had invaded the country with 30,000 troops.[3]

Transportation system


The road network in the province consists of the National Highways No. 10, 18, and 48. Highway No. 10 links to Hanoi, Haiphong and Northern provinces. National Highway 4B connects with Lạng Sơn and Cao Bằng.[19]

The International Airport is at Noi Bai and a highway links it to the Mong Cai International Border Gate over a road distance of 288 km. Hạ Long city is 150 km from the airport. Another airport is being built closer to Hạ Long, 40 km away at Van Don.[19]

The Hanoi–Hạ Long (Cai Lan port) Railway line has been improved. Rail links of 64 km length also connect to several industries in the province.[19]

The water transport is provided by its many rivers and the sea ports such as the Cai Lan port (largest deep water port in North Vietnam is under further expansion to handle cargo of 7–10 million tonnes per year. Another port is the Cu Ong port, which can handle ships of 65,000–70,000 DWT capacity. Other minor ports in the coast line of the province are the Bo, Cau Trang, B12, Mui Chua, Dien Cong, Bach Thai Buoi, Tien Yen and Dan Tien.[19]

The Bính Bridge crosses the Cấm River and ultimately connects the province with the city of Hai Phong.


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