Đông Nam Bộ (literally "South-eastern region") is a region in Vietnam. This region includes one municipality, Ho Chi Minh City; and five provinces: Đồng Nai, Bình Dương, Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu Province, Bình Phước and Tây Ninh. The two southern provinces Ninh Thuận and Bình Thuận are sometimes seen as part of the Southeast region. This region is the most economically developed region in Vietnam. In 2006, this region contributed 148,000 billion VND (equal to $9.25 billion) out of 251,000 billion VND to the state budget. This region is also the highest urbanized in the country with more than 50% people living in urban area (while the same figure for Vietnam is just 25%).
1 April 2009)
|1||Ho Chi Minh City||2,095.6||7,123,340||3,399.2|
|2||Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu Province||1,982.2||994,837||501.9|
|3||Bình Dương Province||2,695.5||1,482,636||550.0|
|4||Bình Phước Province||6,857.3||874,961||127.6|
|5||Đồng Nai Province||5,894.8||2,483,211||421.2|
|6||Tây Ninh Province||4,029.6||1,066,402||264.6|
- Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city of Vietnam, with a population of more than 7.2 million; the metropolitan population is nearly 10 million.
- Bien Hoa is an industrial city where Bien Hoa Air Base is located. It is part of the Ho Chi Minh City Metropolitan Area.
- Vũng Tàu is the hub of Vietnam's petroleum industry, as well as being a tourist destination.
- Tây Ninh Town, where Caodaism was born.
- Thủ Dầu Một, an industrial city. It is actually a part of Ho Chi Minh City Metropolitan Area
- Đồng Xoài Town, the capital of Bình Phước Province.
Tan Son Nhat International Airport is the largest airport in Vietnam, with the passenger traffic of 8.5 million in 2006 but it will be replaced by a larger newly constructed airport, Long Thanh International Airport after 2010. Lien Khuong Airport is an important airport in this area. Saigon Port and several deep-water ports in Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu are the busiest ports in the country. National 1A and National Road 51, and TransAsia Highway are the principal roads in this region.
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