Ba Ria Vung Tau Fairy Stream or Suoi Tien in Vietnamese is situated in Tan Thanh District, Ba Ria Vung Tau Province, about 7km north-west of Ba Ria City. Originating from Dinh Mountain at about 500m altitude, the place is dubbed as “the second Dalat in Vietnam”.
The legend has it that fairies would come here to bathe before returning to heaven. The trace of a foot print, in a rock on the summit of Dinh Mountain, may have initiated this legend.
From hundreds of meters height, the Fairy Stream falls down the rocky mountain, runs tortuously, and irrigates fields before dissolving in Thi Vai River. The Fairy Stream has natural and pristine beauty, impresses anyone who come here the first time. Along both banks of the stream are large and even rocks which one can sit to rest or enjoy the view. There are many granite stone covered with moss and lichen.
Standing in anywhere, visitors still hear sound of the stream which falls down from the top of mountain and forms rather deep wells with blue water. The stream has white spume in the rainy season but becomes the place for swimming in the dry season.
Reaching Fairy Stream, visitors should go along trail to visit small pagodas, hear sound of pagoda bell and smell incense mingled with fragrant perfume of tuberose and magnolia…
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