Hai An district - new address of Investers
23/10/2014 - 15:57

Hai An district was established by Decree 106/ND-CP dated December 20th 2002 of the Government by merging five splited communes of the former An Hai district and Cat Bi ward of Ngo Quyen district into a total area 10.492ha in which 77,600 people are living.

With such a history, its socio-economic status is rather complicated, especially this is a less developed locality compared to others. However, as a new district with abundant agricultural land, Hai An is more advantageous in the task of planning and construction in relevance with the inevitable trends of modern city development.

Hai An is located on the southeast part of Hai Phong city, neighbouring Ngo Quyen district and Thuy Nguyen district to the north, Lach Tray River and Kien Thuy district to the south, Cam River with Nam Trieu estuary to the east, Ngo Quyen district and Lach Tray River to the west. With that location, Hai An owns fundamental advantages in terms of both transportation by road and waterways. In addition, Hai An is an important traffic hub of Hai Phong city, including roads, waterway (both river and sea), railway and airway. The district is surrounded by the system of Lach Tray river and River Cam river with Nam Trieu estuary leading to the Gulf of Tonkin. Additional traffic advantages, including National Highway 5 CONNECTING Ha Noi - Hai Phong; inter-provincial routes; roads linking the district to the city center such as Tran Hung Dao, Le Hong Phong, Dinh Vu and Cat Ba islands; Chua Ve Port, Cam Port, Military Port and other special ports; a railway from Lac Vien Station to Chua Ve Port; Cat Bi airport with the capacity of 200,000 passengers and nearly 2,000 tons of cargo annually, should be taken into account for its socio-economic development plan.

The total land is divided into six wards namely Dong Hai, Dang Hai, Dang Lam, Nam Hai, Trang Cat and Cat Bi with certain natural conditions and different developmental potentials. Dong Hai ward has very little agricultural land (about 80ha) scattering among residential areas and BUSINESSES, the majority of land has been used for the industrial zones of Dinh Vu and Vu Yen. Dang Hai is the central district mostly with agricultural land (158/307ha) and flower planting tradition. Dang Lam ward has a quite large natural area of 516 ha, including 320ha of specialized land and 106ha of agricultural land. Nam Hai Ward in located on an area of 574ha, but mainly agricultural land, 93 ha land for special use, 76 ha unused area. Cat Bi ward is on an area of 120 ha, of which, water surface is accounted for 32.5 ha. Tra Cat is the largest ward with nearly 3,000 ha of natural land, including 1.045ha of agricultural land and 705 ha of unused area.


Hai An is a coastal area of Red River Delta with typical hot and humid tropical climate. The annual average temperature is 32.60C; hot from June to August (average temperature of hottest month is 290C), cold from November to February (average temperature of coldest month is 16.80C).

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