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List of cities in Vietnam

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List of cities in Vietnam

Map of Vietnam

This article is an incomplete list of cities in Vietnam.

Contents

  • Centrally controlled cities 1
  • Provincial cities 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Centrally controlled cities

There are five centrally controlled cities, also known as municipalities (thành phố trực thuộc trung ương) in Vietnam.[1]

City name Area (km2) Population City status Year of establishment
Cần Thơ 1,389.60 1,187,089 1st-class 1928
Đà Nẵng 1,255.53 887,069 1st-class 1889
Haiphong 1,507.57 1,837,302 1st-class 1888
Hanoi 3,324.92 6,448,837 special class 1888
Ho Chi Minh City 2,095.00 7,162,864 special class 1877

Provincial cities

Here is a list of provincial cities (thành phố trực thuộc tỉnh) in Vietnam.[1]

City name Province Area (km2) Population Year of establishment City status
Bà Rịa Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu 91.46 122,424 2012 3[2]
Bạc Liêu Bạc Liêu 175.4 188,863 2010 2
Bắc Giang Bắc Giang 32.21 126,810 2005 3
Bắc Ninh Bắc Ninh 80.28 272,634[3] 2006 2
Bảo Lộc Lâm Đồng 232.56 153,362 2010 3
Biên Hòa Đồng Nai 264.07 1,000,000 1976 2
Bến Tre Bến Tre 67.48 143,312 2009 3[4]
Buôn Ma Thuột Đắk Lắk 370.00 340,000 1995 1
Cà Mau Cà Mau 250.3 204,895 1999 2
Cẩm Phả Quảng Ninh 486.4 195,800 2012 3[5]
Cao Lãnh Đồng Tháp 107.195 149,837 2007 3
Châu Đốc An Giang 105.290 157,298 2013 3
Đà Lạt Lâm Đồng 393.29 256,393 1920 1
Điện Biên Phủ Điện Biên 60.09 70,639 2003 3
Đông Hà Quảng Trị 73.06 93,756 2009 3[6]
Đồng Hới Quảng Bình 155.54 160,325 2004 2[7]
Hà Tĩnh Hà Tĩnh 56.19 117,546 2007 3
Hạ Long Quảng Ninh 208.7 203,731 1994 1
Hải Dương Hải Dương 71.39 187,405 1997 2
Hòa Bình Hòa Bình 148.2 93,409 2006 3
Hội An Quảng Nam 61.47 121,716 2008 3
Huế Thừa Thiên–Huế 83.3 333,715[8] 1945 1
Hưng Yên Hưng Yên 46.8 121,486 2009 3
Kon Tum Kon Tum 432.98 137,662 2009 3
Lạng Sơn Lạng Sơn 79.0 148,000 2002 3
Lào Cai Lào Cai 221.5 94,192 2004 2
Long Xuyên An Giang 106.87 280,300 1999 2
Móng Cái Quảng Ninh 518.28 108,016 2008 3
Mỹ Tho Tiền Giang 79.8 215,000 1928 2
Nam Định Nam Định 46.4 191,900 1921 1
Ninh Bình Ninh Bình 48.3 130,517 2007 2
Nha Trang Khánh Hòa 251.0 392,279 1977 1
Cam Ranh Khánh Hòa 325.0 128,358 [9] 2010 3
Phan Rang–Tháp Chàm Ninh Thuận 79.37 102,941 2007 3
Phan Thiết Bình Thuận 206.0 255,000 2010 2
Phủ Lý Hà Nam 34.27 121,350 2008 3
Pleiku Gia Lai 260.61 186,763 1999 2
Quảng Ngãi Quảng Ngãi 37.12 134,400 2005 3
Quy Nhơn Bình Định 284.28 311,000 1986 1
Rạch Giá Kiên Giang 97.75 228,360 2005 2
Sa Đéc Đồng Tháp 59.81 152,237 2013 3
Sóc Trăng Sóc Trăng 76.15 173,922 2007 3
Sơn La Sơn La 324.93 107,282 2008 3
Tam Kỳ Quảng Nam 92.63 120,256 2006 3
Tân An Long An 81.79 166,419 2009 3
Thái Bình Thái Bình 67.7 270,000 2004 2
Thái Nguyên Thái Nguyên 189.70 330,000 1962 1[10]
Thanh Hóa Thanh Hóa 57.8 197,551 1994 1
Trà Vinh Trà Vinh 68.03 131,360 2010 3
Tuy Hòa Phú Yên 212.62 167,174 2005 2
Tuyên Quang Tuyên Quang 119.17 110,119 2010 3
Uông Bí Quảng Ninh 256.3 170,000 2011 2[11]
Việt Trì Phú Thọ 110.99 277,539[12] 1962 1[13]
Vinh Nghệ An 104.98 282,981[14] 1927 1
Vĩnh Yên Vĩnh Phúc 50.80 122,568 2006 2
Vĩnh Long Vĩnh Long 48.01 147,039 2009 3
Vũng Tàu Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu 140.0 240,000 1991 1
Yên Bái Yên Bái 108.155 95,892 2002 3
Cao Bằng Cao Bằng 2012 3

See also

References

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  7. ^ http://www.baoxaydung.com.vn/news/vn/thoi-su/de-nghi-cong-nhan-thanh-pho-dong-hoi-la-do-thi-loai-ii.html
  8. ^ http://www.huecity.gov.vn/Index.aspx
  9. ^ Establish the city of Cam Ranh
  10. ^ Thái Nguyên trở thành đô thị loại I
  11. ^ Thành lập thành phố Uông Bí, tỉnh Quảng Ninh
  12. ^ http://www.viettri.gov.vn/vt/GIoI-THIeU-CHUNG-Ve-THaNH-PHo-VIeT-TRi-t15918-7777.html
  13. ^ http://baodientu.chinhphu.vn/Home/Thanh-pho-Viet-Tri-duoc-cong-nhan-la-do-thi-loai-I/20125/136926.vgp
  14. ^ Vinh trở thành đô thị loại I

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