Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve (the Reserve) is a scientific non-business unit with revenue directly under the Dong Nai Province People’s Committee. The Reserve supports a special use forest (SUF) system and an important area of cultural heritage for South Vietnam. The reserve is a priority landscape for the Greater Annamites Ecoregion and one of 13 priority areas for conservation in Southeast Asia; listed in the Global 200 Ecoregion. This is one of the largest nature reserve in Vietnam. It has the unique ecosystem of the Southeast region of the country and is home to rich wild flora and fauna. Of which, there are numerous rare species listed in Vietnam’s Red Data Book (2007) and the IUCN Red List (2009). Many of the animals and plants in this area are critically threatened. The total land area of the Reserve is over 100,300 ha, including approximately 68,000 ha of forest land and more than 32,000 ha surface area of Tri An Lake. The Reserve is located in the center of the southeast region and about 70km from Ho Chi Minh City and about 40km north of Bien Hoa City with a convenient transportation system. The reserve is situated in the north of Dong Nai province, bordered to the west by Binh Duong province and to the north by Binh Phuoc province. The Reserve was established with the aim of restoring the biodiversity of the natural forest ecosystem within the Dong Nai Watershed; creating a globally significant conservation range and preserving habitat for resident and migratory wildlife; Plus supporting nature conservation with the preservation and promotion of the cultural and historical value of the region; Providing an education resource on the revolutionary traditions of this region, developing eco-tourism and developing opportunities for cooperation and investment with international organizations within the field of nature and biodiversity conservation. In addition to high biological diversity, the Reserve used to be a revolutionary base with a famously known as “War Zone D” during two resistance wars. There are 03 relics which were designated as national relics, namely the Central Committee for South Vietnam, the Headquarters for Eastern region Party Committee and Suoi Linh Tunnel. The Central Committee for South Vietnam relic and the Headquarters for Eastern Region Party Committee relic have been renovated by the State. Besides the traditional education of patriotism, these relics also contribute to tourism development. At the Reserve, the Choro ethnic minority community has lived in Phu Ly commune for many years and made great contributions to the revolution during two wars. They have unique cultural aspects of Southeasterners of Vietnam. With the outstanding value of nature and culture, the Reserve was designated as Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2011. The Reserve has many beautiful natural sceneries and is well known by domestic and foreign travelers such as Stone park, Rang waterfall, Tri An lake, Ba Hao lake and numerous wonderful natural habitat. In particular, Tri An lake is the largest artificial lake in Vietnam, covering an area of 32,400 ha, with more than 70 large and small islands. This is the ideal place to invite investment for tourism development, especially in water sports such as paragliding, jet boating. Moreover, it is suitable for leisure tourism on the island and recreational fishing. While cruising in Tri An lake, you also have the opportunity to visit the raft fishing village. The reserve was designated numerous honors by national and international organizations such as the world biosphere reserve, the nature reserve, the inland water protected area of Tri An, 03 cultural and historical relics at the national-level. The upcoming titles are Tri An Ramsar site, special landscape relic at national-level. In the future, this is an un-missable destination when you visit the Reserve.