Danang Port, Vietnam

With its international airport, deep-water seaports and north-south transportation routes and railways, Danang  is an important transport hub of the central region of Vietnam.

Danang Port (consisting of two area: Tien Sa Seaport and Han River port) is the third largest commercial port in Vietnam after the ports of Saigon and Haiphong. Tien Sa Seaport has a navigation depth of 11m and can receive 35,000 DWT ships and other kinds of vessels such as container ships and large cruise ships. The annual capacity for handling cargo through Tien Sa Seaport is about 3-4 million tons.

From Danang Port:


Day in transport

1. Singapore


2. HongKong


3. Kaoshiung (Taiwan)


4. Pusan (South Korea)


5. Osaka and some major ports in Japan


By road:


Day in transport

1. HCM city


2. Hai Phong


3. Quang Nam


4. Quang Ngai


Danang International Airport is one of the three best airports in Vietnam. In addition to domestic flights, there are weekly flights from Danang to Bangkok, Singapore, Taipei and Siem Reap. Flights to HongKong, Japan and South Korea will be operating in the near future. Annually, Danang airport receives between 800,000 and 1,000,000 passengers. At the moment, Danang airport is being expanded end improved to meet the increasing demands of passengers and cargo transportation.

Industrial Zones:

There are five main industrial zones: Danang, Hoa Khanh, Lien Chieu, Hoa Cam and Danang Seafood Services zone with a total land area of more than 1,300 hectares.  In addition, the city of Danang is now encouraging foreign investors to look at a new industrial zone at Hoa Khuong commune with a land area of 300 hectares. 

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