Thuận Nam District

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Thuận Nam is a district (huyện) of Ninh Thuận Province in the Southeast region of Vietnam.


It was established on 10 June 2009 following Resolution 26/NQ-CP of the government of Vietnam on land that was previously part of Ninh Phước District.

Thuận Nam borders Ninh Sơn District in the west, Tuy Phong District of Bình Thuận Province in the south, Ninh Phước District in the north and the South China Sea in the east.


Thuận Nam has 8 communes:

  1. Cà Ná
  2. Phước Ninh
  3. Phước Diêm
  4. Phước Nam
  5. Phước Minh
  6. Phước Dinh
  7. Nhị Hà
  8. Phước Hà

Coordinates: 11°27′33″N108°53′55″E / 11.45917°N 108.89861°E / 11.45917; 108.89861

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