Situated in Far North - East Vietnam, ThaiNguyen Province is surrounded by BacKan Province on the north, TuyenQuang and VinhPhuc provinces on the west, LangSon and BacGiang provinces on the east, and Hanoi on the south.
Mountains account most of ThaiNguyen's topography with TamDao, NganSon, BacSon ranges. The complex network of rivers includes Cau, Cong, Du, and Rang. The main nature resources are coal, iron, steel, and titan. Thanks to good soil, ThaiNguyen tea, especially tea of TanCuong origin has long been a nation- wide famous product.
There are two seasons: winter lasts from November to April and summer is from May to October. Annual average temperature is 25șC.
ThaiNguyen has revolutionary tradition, historical vestiges including Van, Vo mountains, DinhHoa ATK vestige, and Duom Temple.
Coming to there, tourists are attracted to visit NuiCoc Reservoir. This 2,500ha lake includes 89 islands, concealing mysterious legends. Nearby the lake, Coc Mountain stands imposingly amid the blue sky, the bright sunshine over every blade of grass and twig, all creating marvelous and splendid scenery.
PhuongHoang Cave and MoGa Stream attract many visitors to ThaiNguyen every year. The cave consists of three layers: Doi (Bat), Sang (Light) and Toi (Dark). Reaching the mouth of cave, visitors can see the landscapes of this land.
ThaiNguyen City is on National Highway No.3 (Hanoi - CaoBang), 80km from Hanoi. There is daily train from Hanoi to QuanTrieu, about 8km from center of ThaiNguyen City.