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    Quang Binh is a coastal province in the Northern Central of Vietnam. The province has a long coastline of 116.04 km in the east and shares the border of 201.87 km with Laos in the west. It is known as the narrowest land throughout Vietnam from the west to the east.

    In recent years, the province is emerging as a hot trend tourism destination either to foreigners or to locals thanks to gifted beauty of unique caves systems such as Phong Nha Cave, Thien Duong Cave and especially the world largest cave, Son Doong, in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park. This national park was listed as the World Natural Heritage Sites in 2003 for its geological values and again in 2015 for its ecosystems and biodiversity by UNESCO.

    Dong Hoi City is the economic, cultural and political centre of Quang Binh Province. The City is a comlex of diversity landscapes from river to sea and mountains to forests. Nhat Le Beach ("Bãi biển Nhật Lệ" - about 2km from Dong Hoi City) and Jumping Rock Beach ("Bãi biển Đá Nhảy - about 30km from Dong Hoi City) satisfy tourists with beautiful landscapes and fresh seafoods. 

    The land also remains many valuable historical monuments such as Bau Tro Lake with many vestiges of ancient Vietnamese from the Prehistoric Ages or Cha Lo - Heaven Gate, an important historical sites during the Vietnam War.


    Located in the tropical monsoon zone, Quang Binh Province has two distinct seasons: rainy season (from September to March) and dry season (from April to August). The average annual temperature is 24 - 25oC (~75.2 - 77oF).