Explore top 3 picturesque streams in Phu Quoc

Explore top 3 picturesque streams in Phu Quoc

When talking about Phu Quoc, people will think of a poetic pearl island, surrounded by the blue sea and beautiful resorts in hot sunny days. However, few people know that Phu Quoc also possesses a lot of picturesque streams.

In this post, we're going to introduce to you top 3 ones that you cannot miss when traveling there. 

Tranh Stream

Tranh Stream is one of the most beautiful streams in Phu Quoc and also the most popular tourist attraction on the island. Despite not being the largest stream, Tranh stream has a natural beauty that makes it impressive.

How to get to Tranh Stream

From Long Beach in Duong Dong town, it takes you 15 minutes to get to Tranh Stream. Head south on Tran Hung Dao Street, before going to the airport area, turn left, go all the way about 5 minutes to turn right into the main road. Continue to straight and turn to the left-hand side you will see Tranh Stream.

What to see in Tranh Stream

Tranh Stream

Tranh Stream

Bat Cave: is an impressive cave, a place worth exploring for a visit if you have time.

Wild orchids and ginseng: are quite rare plants, but you can see them when walking along the trail. 

Camping is a popular activity there. You can bring food and drink while enjoying the beautiful scenery in Tranh Stream. 

Da Ban Stream

Da Ban Stream, also known as Da Ban Waterfall, originates from Ham Ninh mountain range near Duong Dong Lake. The landscape here consists of a series of flat stones like tables - so it is called Da Ban Stream.

This place is also a suitable place for camping or outdoor picnic.

Da Ban Stream has a very small mainstream. It is not as beautiful as other streams, but the highlight of the flow is a small wooden suspension bridge. This place is not too touristy, and especially near Duong Dong town, so you can walk here easily and safely.

How to get to Da Ban Stream

Da Ban Stream is about 6km from Duong Dong town to the Northeast. From Duong Dong, go down Nguyen Trung Truc street toward Bai Thom commune and Ganh Dau commune, then turn right to Duong To commune. The red dirt road will take you to Da Ban stream. From there, you go about more 4km more to get to the car keeping place.

Da Ban Stream

Da Ban Stream

What to see in Da Ban Stream

Coming to Da Ban stream, you have a chance to see the fauna and flora systems such as frogs, lizards, snakes, wild orchids, mushrooms, or forest ginseng. The wooden suspension bridge is quite impressive; if you are afraid of heights, there is a more solid path than you can explore on your own.

There are several lakes created by the stream; you can freely soak in it. 

Fairy Stream

Fairy Stream is a famous stream in Phu Quoc by the landscape with large, flat rocks. It is only about 1km long.\

According to the villagers, the name Suoi Tien originated from the legend that a man went to the forest to take wood. When he was very thirsty, he found this stream and saw beautiful fairies bathing here.

Fairy Stream

Fairy Stream

How to get to Fairy Stream

From Duong Dong town, you head the north to Bai Thom commune about 5km, turn left at the intersection and go down the front dirt road about 2km to the stream. The best means to get to Fairy stream is motorbikes or bicycles. Along the way, you can see the famous pepper gardens and the murmuring sounds of flowing water.

What to see in Fairy Stream

The natural scenery at Fairy Stream is quite beautiful and peaceful. Around the stream, you can discover rare plants such as wild orchids, ginseng, fruit trees, or rose myrtle (sim). Local people often come here to collect sim for selling or making sim wine.

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