Tay Ninh Overview
Tay Ninh is a province lying at the border gate of the South-Eastern with the total area of 4,028 square kilometers. It has Tay Ninh Township and 8 districts: Tan Bien, Tan Chau, Duong Minh Chau, Chau Thanh, Hoa Thanh, Ben Cau, Go Dau and Trang Bang. Tay Ninh province has a common frontier line of 240 kilometers with the country Cambodia. It also borders on Cambodia, at Kompong Cham Province to the north and two provinces Prey-veng and Sway Rieng to the west and north-western of Cambodia. The east of this province is contiguous to Binh Duong Province and Binh Phuoc Province and its north meets Ho Chi Minh City and Long An. There are two important national border crossings in this area called Moc Bai and Xa Mat.
Tay Ninh also has the famous Ba Den mountain landscape complex, known by domestic and foreign tourists, with a natural area of up to about 24 km2, including 3 mountains that make up Heo and Phung mountain and Ba Den mountain. In particular, Ba Den mountain has a height of 986m, it is the highest mountain in the Southeast, year-round always covered with clouds. Dau Tieng lake has the largest artificial irrigation work in Southeast Asia, with a water surface of 27 km2. It has Cao Dai Holy See - a unique religious architecture, a special national historical relic, Central Base of the Southern Department of Vietnam and many other beautiful landscapes such as Lo Go - Xa Mat National Park. Vam Co Dong riverside calendar ... with fresh, wild and natural beauty.
The cuisine in Tay Ninh is also very diverse and diverse, such as dewy rice paper, Trang Bang soup, Tay Ninh young cow, Tay Ninh shrimp salt and Cao Dai's vegetarian dishes, considered as one of the strengths for the province to develop different types of tourism.
In recent years, the number of tourists to Tay Ninh has increased significantly. Each year, the province's tourism industry welcomes 4 to 4.5 million domestic and foreign tourists to Tay Ninh, tourism revenue growth of 5% to 15% per year is considered one of the Major efforts of the province in tourism attraction.