Ninh Thuan

Ninh Thuan is located in the southern part of Vietnam Central Coastal region, borders Khanh Hoa in the north, Binh Thuan in the south, Lam Dong in the west, East sea in the East.

The city of Phan Rang -Thap Cham, as provincial city, constitutes a political, economic and cultural center of the province, distant from Hochiminh City by 350 km, from international Cam Ranh airport by 60 km, from the city of Nha Trang by 105 km and from Da Lat by 110 km with favorable conditions for circulations in service of socio-economic development.
 
With a coastal line of 105 km, the province's fishing field is found in a region with rich and diverse resources of aqua-products, including more than 500 species of aqua-products. In addition, there exists a highly rich bio-system of corals with over 120 species, and extremely precious turtles, available uniquely in Ninh Thuan. The coastal region comprises a deal of gulfs and lagoons, relevant to tourism development in national and international scale and feasible for developing aquaculture and shrimp breeding.

Coming to there, tourists are able to relax in Ca Na Tourist Site, swim in Ninh Chu Beach, Vinh Hy Bay, climb to Da Trang Mountain, and observe natural animals in Phan Rang Reservation, or visit Pi Nang Tac Stone Trap. 

Being home of Cham minority group, Ninh Thuan has characters culture of Cham ethnic, which stamp in local custom, Cham dance, sculpture, pottery, and brocade and agriculture of Cham towers. Famous towers name Po Klong Garai and Porome. 
Nowadays, Cham people still preserve matriarchy, a valuable inheritance of Vietnam, and special festivals such as Kate and Cha Bun ceremonies, Royal Idiladha and Ra Glai Tribe festivals and other ceremonies like dig a ditch, dam up, new rice.