3 streams are only beautiful in the rainy season in Phu Quoc
thamnguyen99 14-09-2021, 15:00

KIEN GIANG – From June to October, Da Ban stream, Tranh stream, and Tien stream welcome rainwater from upstream, the flow is clear and the water is cool.

3 streams are only beautiful in the rainy season in Phu Quoc
Tranh stream in Duong To commune, about 10 km from Duong Dong town center, is a famous destination in the south of Phu Quoc island. In the rainy season from June to October, water from the upstream ravines on the Ham Ninh range flows to the Tranh stream, making this place have an abundant amount of water, different from the dry months of the dry season. Photo: @insta_isamara/Instagram
From the gate of Tranh stream, visitors go through the trail paved with small stones, after about 30 minutes of walking, they will meet a waterfall about 2 meters high. At the foot of the waterfall, the water condenses into a clear and cool lake, visitors can cool off and have fun here. In addition, the road to Tranh stream is also arranged with many miniatures and works for visitors to visit and take photos. Photo: @ibruque/Instagram
The ticket price to visit the Tranh stream is 30,000 VND/person. After visiting the stream, you can move to tourist attractions in the south of the island such as Phu Quoc Ridgeback Conservation Center, Ham Ninh fishing village, pearl culture facility, pepper garden, water-making facility Traditional fish sauce, Ho Quoc pagoda… Photo: @ingwargrishenkov/Instagram
Unlike the peaceful and poetic Tranh stream, the Da Ban stream is more intense in the rainy season. The stream originates from Ham Ninh range, in Cua Duong commune, about 8 km from Duong Dong town. The stream is named Da Ban because there are many large colorful rocks, flat like a table surface due to the process of water erosion. People also tell each other about the story of fairies bathing in the Da Ban stream every time they come to earth. Photo: @nhyy.yyenn/Instagram
Tickets to visit the Da Ban stream are 50,000 VND/person. The stream has a gentle slope, associated with the wild scenery of Phu Quoc natural forest. Here visitors can cool off, have a light meal with food and drink, or follow the big rocks to upstream of the stream to admire the strange scenery. The right time to visit the Da Ban stream is from May to November every year. Photo: @nhyy.yyenn/Instagram
Compared with Tranh stream and Da Ban stream, Tien stream in Ham Ninh commune is still a new destination, nestled in the middle of the primeval forest, often frequented by locals and foreigners. There is no fee to visit the Tranh stream, only a motorbike parking fee of about 20,000 VND/car. From the gate, visitors walk on the trail for about 10 more minutes, cross the myrtle forest and then arrive. This area is unspoiled, so sometimes you will meet monkeys and squirrels on the road. The stream is about one kilometer long with clear and cool water, surrounded by flat rocks for visitors to rest. Photo: @nhyy.yyenn/Instagram
In the rainy season, Fairy Stream attracts a large number of tourists to have fun and picnic with relatives and friends. Visitors share, if you want to find a cool place to bathe, you can go along the rocks along the stream to the source of the stream, where the lake is clear and cooler.