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Visit Hong stream for stalactites in Mui Ne

16/08/2018 415 views
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The easiest way to Suoi Hong is to follow Huynh Thuc Khang Street, Mui Ne - Phan Thiet. Entrance to the stream that visitors often stop is the bridge at the right side of the road, where there are cafes and cafes of local people, just take care of keeping the car, keep guests wishing to wade. There are steps down the sandbanks, with bamboo arms to ease down guests. The easiest way to Suoi Hong is to follow Huynh Thuc Khang Street, Mui Ne Ward - Phan Thiet. Entrance to the stream that visitors often stop is the bridge at the right side of the road, where there are cafes and cafes of local people, just take care of keeping the car, keep guests wishing to wade. There are steps down the sandy beach, with bamboo boughs to ease down.

Far from the past, streams are colored with reddish brown, yellow, gray, blue ... of clay, sand, rock, grass, water ... with year-round flow. Today the streams have narrowed and the dry season is almost dry. Only the rainy season (usually in the summer) is the water, the water usually gently flowing with the size of invasive water over the feet.

If you want to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the stream, you have to go about 300m, where there is a sandy beach with stalactite stone. In the rainy season, rainwater will bring the red lands from the mountains and hills, dyed for the sand dunes, natural sand erosion - make the color streaks in the small grooves from top to bottom.

When wading, you should sandal in plastic or rubber sandals for rain (sandals ...), not to bare feet, shoes insole, waterproof type ... Because bare to it is prone to stumble on the roots, rubbish and other shoes will be difficult to wash, hard to dry due to the wetting of clay and sand.

Floating under the stream, feeling cool when the soles of the foot lightly step in the water flowing white sand is very interesting. After crossing the sand with stone wall, the stream of Hong has the beauty of a flowing blue water, orange colored, reddish brown.

At this time, there will be many paths along the stream to the sand dunes. You can go there to enjoy the panoramic view of Hong stream from above. It may be the roofs in the green coconut bowl, sand walls mixed two holes. Sometimes there are some rock sand nectar (due to rain and wind abrasion) exposed to sunshine sparkling.

If you are patient, go downstream to reach the upper Tien stream, you will encounter a small waterfall. After looking at the falls, you can go back to the old road, or continue to go and explore the sand road along the mountain slope (the entire 4 km long Hong stream).

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