QUANG NGAI PROVINCE
Quang Ngai province has 6 mountainous
districts including Tra Bong, Tay Tra, Son Ha, Son Tay, Minh Long, and Ba To.
Quang Ngai is one of the provinces with high
mountainous forests. The mountainous area covers an area of 391,192ha,
accounting for 2/3 of the land area in the province.
In the north-west and south-west of Tra Khuc
River, the mountain masses have the highest surface of 1,000-1,500m, such as Cà
Đam Mountain 1,413m high, Đá Vách Mountain 1,115m high, U Bò Mountain 1,100m
high, Cao Muôn Mountain 1,085m high.
In the lower part, the mountain is usually
400-600m high, while in the delta area, the mountain is only 200 - 300m high.
Apart from the mountainous areas mentioned
above, the lowland districts everywhere have different high and low mountains.
This terrain is composed of metamorphic
rocks, magma, eruptions with lithological composition and age differences;
sloping and vegetation cover is quite diversified.
Quang Ngai forest is a rich resource of
forest products with many kinds of precious wood.
Besides, Quang Ngai forest also has many
kinds of medicinal plants.
Cinnamon is a famous specialty with large
The Quang Ngai Forest is home to many species
of mammals, hundreds of precious bird species and a place to store mineral
On the other hand, the mountainous areas of
Quang Ngai also have tourist destinations and resorts such as Thien An
mountain, stream Mo, Mount Thinh, Ho Chiem mountain, Phu Tho mountain ... year
attract many visitors to the scene.
Sourced: Quang Ngai
Online Geography Book