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Tam Kỳ

Thành phố Tam Kỳ
Tam Kỳ City
Đường phố ở Tam Kỳ, Quảng Nam.JPG
Tam Kỳ is located in Vietnam
Tam Kỳ
Tam Kỳ
Location of in Vietnam
Coordinates: 15°34′N 108°29′E / 15.567°N 108.483°E / 15.567; 108.483
ProvinceQuảng Nam Province
 • Total165,240
Time zoneUTC+7 (Indochina Time)

Tam Kỳ (About this soundlisten) (IATA: TMK) is the capital city of Quảng Nam Province, in the South Central Coast of Vietnam.


Administration map of Tam Kỳ
Administration map of Tam Kỳ

The town was established in 1906 under the Nguyễn Dynasty as an administrative and tax post.[1] During the Republic of Vietnam, the city was the main base of the US military in Quảng Nam Province (what was then Quảng Tín Province) for the war in Vietnam. The North Vietnamese captured the city on March 24, 1975.

In 1997, the local government under the Socialist Republic of Vietnam made it the capital of Quảng Nam province. Since then, there has been substantial development within the city. Tam Kỳ city is famous for Tam Kỳ chicken rice, which is recognized nationally, and many pristine beaches. In addition, Tam Kỳ city is also famous for Tam Kỳ noodles, which is known as My Quang.


The city is served by Tam Kỳ Railway Station, which is connected to all major cities across Vietnam. Da Nang International Airport is 70 km from the city, which is a one and a half hours' drive. The closer Chu Lai International Airport is 30 km away. There is a free daily shuttle bus between the airport and Quảng Ngãi city center. Other means of transportation include regular car and bus services.

Notable people



  1. ^ Bradley Camp Davis States of Banditry: The Nguyễn Government, Bandit Rule, and the culture of power in the post-Taiping China-Vietnam Borderlands 2008 Page 106 "unspecified bandits ransacked two tax posts, including Tam Kỳ ... Tam Kỳ returned steady revenue"

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