Nam Dinh is one of the coastal provinces in Northern Vietnam. It shares
the border with Ninh Binh on the south, Thai Binh on the north and Ha
nam on the northwest. Endowed with pristine 74km long seaside, Nam Dinh
has great potential to develop the economy of fishing and water tourism.
Actually, the economy of Nam Dinh province is determined mainly by
agricultural. Therefore, Nam Dinh is one of the key agricultural regions
in the North of Vietnam. Regardless, the province is to shift rapidly
from an agricultural base to an industrial one in the hope of becoming
one of biggest industrial centers of Vietnam.
Nam Dinh’s climate belongs to the tropical monsoon climate with an average temperature of 24oC. The coldest climate is on December and January meanwhile the hottest month is July with a temperature of 30oC. The medium humidity is 85% with the total rainfall of 1,800 mm, focused on between May and October.
Come to Thanh Nam (another name of Nam Dinh Province), you will touch
the native land of the Tran Kings and National Hero Tran Hung Dao. Up to
now, Tran Royal Remains on Tuc Mac Village have been the huge pride of
Nam Dinh people. Some of the remains are Thien Truong and Co Trach
Temples, Pho Minh Pagoda and Tower. Moreover, Nam Dinh province is also
well-known for Phu Day Remains in Vu Ban District. These remains
comprise Tien Huong Temple, Van Cat Temple and Goddess Lieu Hanh’s Tomb.
Significantly, Nam Dinh is favorite destination for those who are fond
of ecological tourism. Take a visit to Xuan Thuy National Park; tourists
can observe plenty of special birds, 9 kinds of which are listed in the
World Red Book. This park is a gathering place for tens of thousands of
birds migrating from the North every year from November to April.
Beside that, tourists will be offered chances to admire varieties of
orchids, camellias and roses in Vi Khe Ornamental Plant Village as well
as swimming in Thinh Long Beach.
Best time to travel Nam Dinh
For those who intend to visit Nam Dinh, the best time can be suggested
for you is from February to May. During this time, many celebrations are
taken place following the New Year’s Tet holiday. Some biggest
festivals which are held in Nam Dinh can be named: Tran Temple Festival
(February), Vieng market Festival (February), Phu Day Festival (April)
and so on. Hiding from the sweltering summer in this province, tourists
will enjoy a more pleasant trip because of cool spring weather and fresh
and beautiful scenery.