Institution name Distance Time required by car
Central Ho Chi Minh City about 40km about 50min
Tan Son Nhat International Airport about 43km about 80min
Cat Lai Port about 30km about 40min
Long Thanh International Airport about 14km about 20min
Cai Mep Thi Vai Port about 40km about 60min
Best location for an industrial park, combining land, seaway and airway transport
Located just near the principal roads in the area such as National Route 1, which connects to Ho Chi Minh City National Route 51 which leads to Cai Mep Thi Vai Port.

The HCMC-Long Thanh Express Way  is finished in 2015, this will shorten the traveling time by car from Ho Chi Minh City to 50 minutes in 40km.

Favorable location: about 30km from Cat Lai Port
Convenient location: about 40km from Cai Mep Thi Vai Port
In 2025, the Long Thanh International Airport just 14km away is scheduled to commence operations. (The current international airport, Tan Son Nhat International Airport, is slated to then become a domestic airport.)
An industrial park on solid ground and no threat of  disasters
Since the park was built at a height of nearly 40m above sea level and is surrounded by lightly sloped hills, there is no threat of flood. (According to the hazard map, there is no record of flooding in the past).
With a soil bearing capacity of 10-15 ton/m², you can expect a shorter construction period and reduced construction costs.
Cat Lai Port - Handling 40 percent ofVietnam's current container volume
Cat Lai Port handles a whopping 5.8mil TEU annually, making up about 50 percent of the country's container handling volume(2015).
It is about 30km away (40 minutes by car) from Long Duc Industrial Park. Once the HCMC-Long Thanh-Dau Giay Express way is completed, this distance will shorten to 30km and about 40 minutes by car.
Cai Mep Thi Vai Port - the only deep-water seaportcomplex in Vietnam
Located south of the Long Duc Industrial Park, the new Cai Mep Thi Vai Port has a depth of 14m and is able to receive Panamax vessels of the 6,000TEU-class. There are 4 ports which was opened in December 2017, and the port is scheduled to have a full 14 ports in operation in the future.
Other ports in Vietnam cannot receive big vessels, requiring transshipment in Hong Kong or Singapore which not only lengthens the lead time, but also increases the cost.
It is thought that in the near future, the new Cai Mep Thi Vai Port shall replace Cat Lai Port, becoming the main port in southern Vietnam and developing into the hub port of Southeast Asia.
Only 40km from Long Duc Industrial Park, this new port is expected to become a logistics base for the area.
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