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Fairy Stream (Suoi Tien), Mui Ne

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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3.5/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
Streaks of red and white sand dunes fall across orange limestone cliffs into the water of Fairy Stream (Suoi Tien), offering a fabulous spectacle at Mui Ne Beach, some 18 km (11.2 mi) from Phan Tiet. Set against clear blue skies, the hill above the stream lined with cocoa palm trees provides magical scenery well deserving of its name. Dip your feet in the red-colored sand, but beware of sharp rocks underneath. Alternatively, you can climb to the top of the cliff to observe the panorama. Providing great photo opportunities, the visit makes a nice walking detour from the beach, and can also be accessed by jeep. If you continue, you'll find a waterfall at the end of the creek, and you'll probably meet some cows along the way. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Fairy Stream (Suoi Tien) by using our Phan Thiet tour planner.
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  • Our hotel was located near the Creek. Therefore, we decided to visit it yourself without guides and special tours. And I want to say donated!)) Impressions many, surprised that such a low water level and water speed fast! Feeling that going somewhere in the jungle around the incredible views of nature, which does not expect to see. Definitely worth a visit. Better yourself with a water, hat and sun cream namazat′sâ, went to lunch and podgoreli. If you leave your shoes near the stairs, you will be asked to pay a little for their safety
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  • Had accidentally discovered the shield to the River, and there went a piece. It runs partly in flat River, partially on a path next to it. The formations are really great and it is perfect for a stroll. However it took me longer than 40 minutes
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  • Descent to the Creek had been disappointing. Dirty steps leading beneath the bridge is not promised anything good. But taking the Batts in hand we still ventured. The company walked on a stream of people. A lot of people. Probably this was the tour. We carried out a walk alone and adding step moved ahead in search of solitude. Privacy we never found. But, caught in the Canyon, found a place that wanted to take pictures. Further, my walk became more like a competition. Trying to outrun each other we climbed, for one, Sandy Hill, on the other. And, the video work on the video work on, video work on. People stopped us to interfere, because now they can capture us amid this beauty-together. The waterfall we have never reached. Breathlessly, tired and happy we came back. On the way back, near the bridge were sold souvenirs, where the memory of the Creek we bought the bottle with sand.
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  • Nice to visit when u come to Mui Ne. Please rake the entrance near the bridge, instead walk thru the resident area where the "shoe keeper" will block u using their staircase to enter the stream, unless u paid $5,000 dong. *** BEWARE *** please don't let him or anyone else, guide u or walk u into it. They will threaten u for 50,000 or 100,000 for guide fees, which it totally NOT Worth the value. Hope local authority will look into this matter. If u refuse to pay, they will use all kind of bad words to curse u, scold u, even try to block your way.
  • The landscape and stream was pretty amazing, especially if it's new to you. It's called 仙女溪 in Chinese. We stopped by a small pool where the water was as deep as a male adults' thigh. Even though it's quite an experience just walking in the sand / mud in the stream. Remember to bring your slippers! And it's free, no entry fee / 门票!
  • Great walk in a small river, easily accessible for kids but come early morning as it become quickly very hot.
  • I ended up taking the back road to get there and entered from the end with the waterfall where I paid 10.000d to park my motorcycle. The stream was nice and the landscape was pretty amazing especially if you're new to it. The best views are closer to the waterfall. I would give it 5 stars if the tourists were more respectful and didn't litter and the locals took some pride in it and cleaned it up. Definitely worth a visit in Mui Ne.
  • Nice place to visit when in Mui Ne, within walking distance from many hotels. We rented bikes from our hotel, paid 10.000 to a guy at a café to park out bikes there (obligatory to pay... ) and walked in the stream up to the waterfall. Very beautiful and interesting to see, easy to get to and no entrance fee so really recommend a visit.
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