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 Socio-economic overview



Bau Sen is located in the heart of Long Khanh town to the southwest and is 8 km from the town’s center.

Bau Sen's total natural land area is 1,294.29 hectares, accounting for 6.71% of the town’s area.

- Bau Sen borders Suoi Tre commune, Long Khanh town to the north;

- Bau Sen borders Hang Gon commune, Long Khanh town to the south;

- Bau Sen borders Xuan Lap commune, Long Khanh town to the west;

- Bau Sen borders Xuan Binh ward, Long Khanh town to the east.



Bau Sen commune is divided into 3 hamlets: Bau Sen, Nui Do, and Tan Thuy.



Bau Sen has a relatively flat terrain that is a bit wavy and inclined from the southwest to the northeast.

Bau Sen’s average altitude is about 140 -160 meters above sea level.

Bau Sen’s slope is relatively small, about 0° - 8°.



Bau Sen is located in the tropical monsoon climate and the local climate is very temperate with the average temperature of about 25 °C to 35 °C, more humid and cooler than Bien Hoa and Ho Chi Minh cities, where there are with two distinct seasons each year: dry and rainy seasons.

+ The rainy season starts from May to late November on solar calendar and the dry season starts from December to late April next year.

+ Average rainfall: 2,150 mm.

+ Average humidity: 85 - s90%.



According to the history book of the Party Committee of Bau Sen commune (1930-2015): Bau Sen commune was established under the Government’s Decree no. 109/1994/ND-CP dated August 29, 1994 by splitting Xuan Lap commune into Xuan Lap, Suoi Tre and Bau Sen communes.

Bau Sen is the land with the tradition of revolutionary struggle and solidarity against foreign invaders. Since there was the Party’s leadership, people and workers in Bau Sen have had a strong and faithful heart to follow the Party’s revolution to the end, fight for seizing the government, and continue the resistance war to gain victory for 30 years.



Population: 7,080 people.

The number of households: 1,590.

Ethnic minority groups: Kinh, Choro, Chinese Vietnamese, Khmer, Muong, and so ons.

Religion: Buddhism and Catholicism