Khanh Hoa Province

Capital: Nha Trang City

Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Ra Giai, Hoa, Co Tu

Highlights: Beaches & Islands in Nha Trang, Po Nagar Cham Towers

    Khanh Hoa is a coastal province in South Central Viet Nam. The terrain of this region gradually declines from the mountains to the west towards the hills, deltas, and a 200km-long coastline and islands to the east. Offshore there are 200 islands of various sizes, with the Truong Sa Island District accounting for over 100 of them. The two largest rivers flowing through the province are the Cai and Danh rivers. Specific resources from province include precious wood and sea products. The climate here is oceanic with tropical monsoon, but quite mild. The average annual temperature is 26.50C (79.70F).

   Khanh Hoa's infrastructure is better than some of the other South Central localities. The system of ports, airports and land routes are convenient for various means of travel and transportation. Khanh Hoa is successfully developing its fishing, agricultural, and industrial economy.

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