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I have read the other reviews after my visit and can agree with some of them ... Vietnamese people are the worst litterers I have ever seen and don't seem to have any idea of cleaning up after themselves. However, there are many rubbish bins...More
We asked our guide to take us to a waterfall. Here is where we ended up. His parting words to us were stick to the path as there are poisonous snakes here.
The hike was suppose to be 25 mins but I think we did...More
Tranh Stream looks like a stream in a popular tourist attraction in my hometown, rocky, cool and clear water with tropical jungle surrounding. But the main thing that make me unhappy is many people sitting and eating in the middle of stream @@ it feels...More
Before visiting Trang stream, I imagined that it would be a nice and quiet stream on the mountain. I was so excited and I wanted to go there as fast as I could. But then it was a big disappointment for me. There were too...More
The stream and water is beautiful, but over shadowed by how the local vietnamese treat such a national treasure. On two occasions as we hiked up to the falls we witnessed two big groups of people eating and drinking by the stream, then blatantly just...More
Apart from the biggining of the tour which was non significant with concrete animals and figures, I would say it was a nice walk in nature. Take a baby carrier if you have young children and good sneakers or walk shoes to visit the stream....More
Lovely place to get a view of a small little water fall. You will see many locals perched on rocks amidst the water flowing down on your walk up. One group was doing karaoke and even brought their amplifier. Amazing.
The entrance in the park was around 20K VND. The park is a mixed of plastic animals in the middle of the forest with some natural waterfalls. The Vietnamese people seems to enjoy making pic-nick around the waterfall. It is nice to dive and take...More
After a long walk through the jungle on stone slabs, which the staff told me was only 800m, but it is definitely far longer than that, we reached just a little waterfall, probably around 3m tall. Not very high and a small pool where people...More