Dong Nai is located in the eastern part of South Vietnam, east of Ho Chi Minh City. It is surrounded by Binh Phuoc in the north, Lam Dong and Binh Thuan in the east, Ba Ria-Vung Tau in the south, Binh Duong, and the Ho Chi Minh City in the west. The province is constituted of mainly Kinh people, as well as small percentages of 52 other minority groups. The average annual temperature is 26°C.
Eco-tours in forests and orchards attract many tourists; fishing and hunting is also popular in that area, especially at Nam Cat Tien National Park. One can also enjoy the relaxing and revigorating hot mineral streams in Binh Chau or the wonderful Tri An Waterfall.
Dong Nai province is at the eastern approach to Ho Chi Minh City. the province includes Bien Hoa and five districts: Xuan Loc, Tan Phu, Vinh Cuu Thong Nhat and Long Thanh. The Kinh people account for 82.8 per cent of the province's population. The remainder is made up of the ethnic minority groups, the Tay, the Kho Mu, the Nung, the Dao and the Ma.
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