1. Geographical location
Tay Ninh is located in the Southeast Region of Vietnam where connects Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh Capital - Kingdom of Cambodia and is one of the provinces located in the Southern Key Economic Zone with the East and North adjoining to the Kingdom of Cambodia sharing the border line with the length of 240 km, having 2 international border gates (Moc Bai and Xa Mat), 2 main border gates, 12 auxiliary border gates; the East adjoining to Binh Duong Province and Binh Phuoc Province, the South adjoining to Ho Chi Minh City and Long An Province. Tay Ninh has such important traffic axes as Asian Highway (National Highway No.22), National Highway No. 22B, Provincial Road No.782, Provincial Road No.785, Provincial Road No.786...In the future, Tay Ninh will welcome such important traffic projects as Ho Chi Minh City - Moc Bai Expressway, Go Dau - Tay Ninh City - Xa Mat Expressway, Ho Chi Minh Expressway etc.
With the natural area of 4,041.25 km2, Tay Ninh has the population of 1,111,503 people (2015), Kinh accounting for 98.31%, 17 minorities accounting for 1.69% (mainly including Khmer, Chinese, Cham, Ta Mun and some other ethnic groups with very small quantity, accounting for about 0.07%). The province has 9 administration units including Tay Ninh City and 8 districts. Tay Ninh City is the economic - political - cultural centre of the province and about 100 km away from Ho Chi Minh city to the Northwest following Asian Highway (National Highway No. 22) and National Highway No. 22B.
Tay Ninh is now becoming the intersection of economic - national urban - international urban corridor running from the North following Vietnam Coast to connect the Southern Key Economic Zone, through Moc Bai Border Gate of Tay Ninh to Phnom Penh Capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia and ASEAN countries; International Economic Corridor from Ho Chi Minh City running from Southwest Tay Ninh through Xa Mat Border Gate of Tay Ninh to Cambodia; National Economic Corridor, following Ho Chi Minh Expressway to connect the Central Highlands (Tay Nguyen) rich in minerals and industrial trees with Mekong River Delta rich in agricultural and aquatic products.
2. Natural conditions
The topography is relatively flat, the geography is uniform with good physico-mechanical properties, therefore, it is less costly for construction of the works and very favorable for the development of agriculture, industry, trade, service and infrastructure structure.
The climate is quite temperate and less impacted by storm, flood, without earthquake, tsunami and other unfavorable climate conditions, therefore, it is very favorable for developing diversified agriculture, especially industrial trees, fruit trees, herbal tree, animal husbandry with large scale.