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Tan Hung District
Tan Hung District is located in the Northwest of Long An Province, the North of Cambodia with the border line of 15.22km, in the boundaries of 3 communes of Hung Dien, Hung Dien B and Hung Ha, the South adjoining to Tan Thanh District, Moc Hoa, the East adjoining to Vinh Hung district, the West adjoining to Dong Thap Province.

Tan Hung is located in the deep-flooded area of Dong Thap Muoi Region which is given with the benefits from the flooding season as well as directly impacted by the floods. The establishment and socio-economic development of Tan Hung are also closely linked with the reclamation and immigration and construction of new economic region in Dong Thap Muoi. Tan Hung district is located in the transition area between the Pleitocene and the upstream of Mekong River Delta Region with two main landscape types of rich alum low region and river bed of ancient rivers.

Tan Hung district has the natural area of 49,670.81 ha and the population of 53,555 people according to the census on 21/5/2013. Tan Hung district consists 01 town of Tan Hung and 11 communes of Vinh Thanh, Vinh Loi, Vinh Dai, Hung Dien B, Hung Thanh, Vinh Chau A, Vinh Chau B, Thanh Hung, Hung Ha, Hung Yen, Vinh Buu (separated from Vinh Dai commune). ​

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Line Agency: People's Committee of Long An Province
Standing agency: The People's Committee Office​
Direct instruction: Chief of Office of the Provincial People’s Committee – Nguyen Anh Viet
Address: 61 Nguyen Hue, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone: (0272). 3552489​
License No. 01 / GP-TTDT-STTTT dated March 3, 2015 - Department of Information and Communications