Thủy Nguyên is a rural district (huyện) of Hai Phong, the third largest city of Vietnam. It is known as one of the fastest developing districts in Hai Phong and in north Vietnam. Thủy Nguyên has many things such as:
Thủy Nguyên is also a good place for tourists to visit and rest. There is also a big resort at Sông Giá with a five-star hotel.
The Bạch Đằng River flows through Thủy Nguyên.
The Bính Bridge crosses the Cấm River and connects the district with the city of Hai Phong.
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