Chi Lang district
It is a mountainous district located in the southwest of Lang Son province, bordering Cao Loc district and Lang Son city to the north, Loc Binh district to the east, Van Quan district to the west, Huu Lung district (Lang Son province) and Luc Ngan district (Bac Giang province) to the south.
Chi Lang district has 20 communes and townships, the district center is in Dong Mo Township. The total natural area is 70,421.9 ha. According to the statistics in 2019, the total population of Chi Lang district was 75,063 people. It is an area of three main ethnic groups, namely Nung, Tay, Kinh and some other ethnic groups living in harmony.
Chi Lang district is a land with a long traditional history, great potentials for tourism, nearly 120 historical sites, archaeological relics and landscapes, of which 52 relics belong to Chi Lang Historical Relics Complex, ranked at the national level since 1962.