Situated on Red River Delta, NamDinh is contiguous to HaNam, ThaiBinh provinces on the north, NinhBinh Province on the west and the East Sea on the east with 72km seaside. NamDinh is not only a granary of midland in the North but also a center of textile industry in Vietnam.
NamDinh is proud of Tran Royal Remains on TucMac Village, the native land of the Tran Kings and national hero Tran Hung Dao, comprising ThienTruong and CoTrach temples and PhoMinh Pagoda and Tower.
The province is also famous for PhuDay Remains on VuBan District. These remains including PhuTienHuong (the TienHuong Temple), the VanCat Temple and the tomb of Goddess LieuHanh have high value of architecture.
Coming to XuanThuy National Park, tourists enjoy observing many of special birds, 9 types of which are listed in the world's Red Book. From November to April, it is a gathering place for tens of thousands of birds migrating from the North.
Beside that, tourists are interested in admiring varieties of orchids, camellias and roses in ViKhe Ornamental Plant Village, swimming in ThinhLong Beach.
Every year, NamDinh held special traditional events like Vieng Fair, PhuDay, CoLe, DaiBi, KeoHanhThien, VongCung pagodas, Tran Temple festivals. Cheo, van, xam songs, puppet showing and boat racing are preserved here.
NamDinh is 90km from Hanoi. Reunification Express Train from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City stops in NamDinh. National Highway No.21 links National Highway No.1A to center of Nam Dinh. National Highway No.10 from NinhBinh Town to ThaiBinh, Haiphong, QuangNinh provinces via NamDinh.