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Iso 3166-2:vn

ISO 3166-2:VN is the entry for codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for Vietnam, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for 58 provinces and 5 municipalities.[note 1] The municipalities have special status equal to the provinces.

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is VN, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Vietnam. The second part either of the following:

  • two digits: provinces
  • two letters: municipalities


  • Current codes 1
  • Notes 2
  • Changes 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Current codes

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

Click on the button in the header to sort each column. Names are sorted according to the Vietnamese alphabet: a, ă, â, b-d, đ, e, ê, f-o, ô, ơ, p-u, ư, v-z (with alphabetization proceeding on a word-by-word basis, e.g. all names starting with Hà sort before all names with Hẚi).

Code Subdivision name Subdivision category
VN-44 An Giang province
VN-43 Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu province
VN-54 Bắc Giang province
VN-53 Bắc Kạn province
VN-55 Bạc Liêu province
VN-56 Bắc Ninh province
VN-50 Bến Tre province
VN-31 Bình Định province
VN-57 Bình Dương province
VN-58 Bình Phước province
VN-40 Bình Thuận province
VN-59 Cà Mau province
VN-04 Cao Bằng province
VN-33 Đắk Lắk province
VN-72 Đắk Nông province
VN-71 Điện Biên province
VN-39 Đồng Nai province
VN-45 Đồng Tháp province
VN-30 Gia Lai province
VN-03 Hà Giang province
VN-63 Hà Nam province
VN-23 Hà Tĩnh province
VN-61 Hải Dương province
VN-73 Hậu Giang province
VN-14 Hòa Bình province
VN-66 Hưng Yên province
VN-34 Khánh Hòa province
VN-47 Kiến Giang province
VN-28 Kon Tum province
VN-01 Lai Châu province
VN-35 Lâm Đồng province
VN-09 Lạng Sơn province
VN-02 Lào Cai province
VN-41 Long An province
VN-67 Nam Định province
VN-22 Nghệ An province
VN-18 Ninh Bình province
VN-36 Ninh Thuận province
VN-68 Phú Thọ province
VN-32 Phú Yên province
VN-24 Quảng Bình province
VN-27 Quảng Nam province
VN-29 Quảng Ngãi province
VN-13 Quảng Ninh province
VN-25 Quảng Trị province
VN-52 Sóc Trăng province
VN-05 Sơn La province
VN-37 Tây Ninh province
VN-20 Thái Bình province
VN-69 Thái Nguyên province
VN-21 Thanh Hóa province
VN-26 Thừa Thiên–Huế province
VN-46 Tiền Giang province
VN-51 Trà Vinh province
VN-07 Tuyên Quang province
VN-49 Vĩnh Long province
VN-70 Vĩnh Phúc province
VN-06 Yên Bái province
VN-CT Can Tho municipality
VN-DN Da Nang municipality
VN-HN Ha Noi municipality
VN-HP Hai Phong municipality
VN-SG Ho Chi Minh municipality


  1. ^ Hà Tây Province was merged into Ha Noi in 2008.


The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998:

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter I-1 2000-06-21 Duplicate assignment of VN-24 corrected. Correction of 1 subdivision name. Correction of alphabetic sorting of subdivision names Codes: (to correct duplicate use)
Quảng Ninh: VN-24VN-13
Newsletter I-2 2002-05-21 Spelling correction in VN-65
Newsletter I-7 2005-09-13 Addition of 3 provinces. Update of list source Subdivisions added:
VN-72 Đắk Nông
VN-71 Dien Bien
VN-73 Hậu Giang
Newsletter II-3 2011-12-13
Administrative adjustment update, typo corrections and source list update. Subdivision layout:
5 provinces → 5 municipalities

See also

External links

  • ISO Online Browsing Platform: VN
  • Provinces of Vietnam,
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