HaiDuong is on the Red River Delta. It borders with BacNinh, BacGiang provinces on the north, Haiphong, QuangNinh provinces on the east, HungYen Province on the west, ThaiBinh Province on the south. The network of rivers includes ThaiBinh, Rang, KinhThay, and Dao rivers' giving good condition for agriculture and water transportation.
HaiDuong lies in tropical monsoon climate. The annual average rainfall is 1300mm - 1700mm. The average temperature is 23.4șC.
Long-standing history bequeaths hundreds of cultural, historic relics. They are PhuongHoang, KinhChu AnPhu sites, ConSon, ThanhMai, Hun pagodas, NguyenTrai, Cao, KiepBac temples, GiengNgoc (Pearl Well), ThachBan (Flagstone), of which ConSon - KiepBac are most popular ones.
HaiDuong is close related with many celebrities such as LeHuuTrac, TranNguyenDan, NguyenTrai, MacDinhChi, and PhamSuManh.
The province is proud of traditional handicraft villages like ChuDau Pottery, ChauKhe Gold, DongDao Carving, KeSat Dry Pancake and HaiDuong Green Bean Cake. Folk songs like catru, cheo, xam are commonly here.
In addition of these, tourists also take interest in ChiLangNam Stork Village, home of thousands of white, black, fiery stocks, herons and egrets.
The network of road, railway and river-way transportation is convenient. The province lies on railway and National Highway No.5: Hanoi - HaiDuong - Haiphong, on National Highway No.18: BacNinh - HaiDuong - QuangNinh. CongCau river- port has a total capacity of 300,000 tons per year.
HaiDuong is 58km from Hanoi, 45km from Haiphong, and 80km from Halong Bay.