An Nhơn (About this soundlisten) is a district-level town of Bình Định Province in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam. As of 2003 the district had a population of 187,737.[1] The district covers an area of 255 km². The district capital is Bình Định.[1] It has a population density of 779 people per km2, and they are distributed unevenly, with high concentrations in the wards of Bình Định and Đập Đá. 55.50% of the population in the district are of working age.

An Nhơn

Thị xã An Nhơn
An Nhơn Town
Country Vietnam
RegionSouth Central Coast
ProvinceBình Định
Established town28 November 2011
CapitalBình Định
 • Town (Class-4)292.6 km2 (113.0 sq mi)
 • Urban
60.1467 km2 (23.2228 sq mi)
 • Town (Class-4)317,620
 • Density864/km2 (2,240/sq mi)
 • Urban
 • Urban density1,333.4/km2 (3,453/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+07:00 (ICT)

An Nhơn district lies on a plain at 13°49'N and 109°18'E. It is located along the National Route 1A 20 km from the city of Quy Nhơn. The north of the district borders Phù Cát, the east of the district borders Tuy Phước, the west borders Tây Sơn, and the south-west borders the mountainous district of Vân Canh.

Administrative divisionsEdit

The district includes 10 communes and 5 wards.

  • Bình Định (ward)
  • Đập Đá (ward)
  • Nhơn Thành (ward)
  • Nhơn Hưng (ward)
  • Nhơn Hòa (ward)
  • Nhơn Mỹ
  • Nhơn Hạnh
  • Nhơn Phong
  • Nhơn Hậu
  • Nhơn An
  • Nhơn Phúc
  • Nhơn Khánh
  • Nhơn Lộc
  • Nhơn Thọ
  • Nhơn Tân


During the period 938-1470, An Nhơn was in the heartland of the Champa kingdom, with the capital at Đồ Bàn (now in Nhon Hau). In 1470, in An Nhon was in Tuy Vien district. In 1602, Nguyễn Hoàng changed name of the Hoai Nhon to Quy Nhơn. In 1778, the Tây Sơn dynasty settled and developed An Nhơn into the emperor's fortress. In May 1799, after accounting for the stronghold, Nguyễn Ánh changed its name to Bình Định. In 1832, Minh Mạng created the district of An Nhơn in its current form.


  1. ^ a b "Districts of Vietnam". Statoids. Archived from the original on 1 March 2009. Retrieved March 13, 2009.

Coordinates: 13°55′01″N 109°04′59″E / 13.917°N 109.083°E / 13.917; 109.083