Amata City Bien Hoa Industrial Park Location Overview


  • More than 20 years of experience in industrial park business
  • Multi-national clients, top brands
  • Reputation as a Premium Industrial Park
  • Easy access to educated workforce: Bien Hoa City Population 1,000,000
  • Offer convenience to expatriates, short commuting distances from major cities
  • Full support services from Amata’s staff, including translation works

Quick Facts:

  • Established 1994
  • Number of factories: 154
  • Working population in the Industrial Park: approx.. 45,000
  • Area: 700 ha (531ha already developed)
  • Lease area: 342ha
  • Rental Factories available: 76 units
  • Commercial area: 19ha

by land

1. bien hoa city 5km
2. ho chi minh city 30km

by sea

1. cat lai port 25km
2. cai mep thi vai deep sea prot 60km

By Air

1. an son nhat airport 35km
2. long thanh international airport 20km


covers over 331,000 square kilometers; with China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west and the South China Sea along its eastern coastline. Vietnam's economy grew uninterruptedly; over the past decade, registered FDI has averaged 20 billion US dollars annually, with an increasing portion of it going into the manufacturing sector, followed by construction and real estate. Vietnam has various foreign trade agreements in place and more to be concluding in the near term.

Vietnam has a population of 91 million, including a 55 million strong young, diligent and educated labor force with a literacy rate of approximately 95%. Its labor costs for manufacturing are extremely low when compared with Asian competitors.

Vietnam is divided into 3 key economic zones. The Northern Economic Region, where the capital Hanoi is located; the Central Economic region, centered around Danang; and the Southern Economic Region, the country's manufacturing powerhouse nestled around economic capital Ho Chi Minh City where 60% of the country’s industrial production takes place.

Dong Nai province

is part of the Southern Economic Zone and is ranked 2nd in the country after Ho Chi Minh City as an attractive place to invest. Dong Nai province has evolved from a primarily agricultural economy to become a province with one of Vietnam's highest per capita GDPs. Many shopping malls and retail centers have popped up in Bien Hoa, the capital of the province. In the surroundings there are 10 private hospitals that provide top quality healthcare services. Dozens of residential projects are underway. In the longer term, the completion of key transportation networks, the development of social facilities and the opening of the real estate market to foreign ownership will attract more and more high-end residents.