Suoi Tranh is considered as the more picturesque due to its gentler white waters, wider falls and inviting corners. After all, “tranh” means painting in the local language. Such apt description of the area is well worth the dusty bike ride 15 kilometers (from 9 miles) southeast from Duong Dong. Like many other falls, it would be best to visit the area during the rainy season from May to October as the rock pools get soaked in water and the surrounding areas turn into a glistening emerald sight. Suoi Tranh is more touristy compared with its northern counterpart as evident in the imposing artificial concrete arch and waterfalls welcoming visitors to the park. From the gate, it is a short 300-meter stroll to the largest waterfalls in Phu Quoc. Inside the park grounds are picnic and swimming provisions, enough indication that the place is frequented by tourists.From the ticket counter it’s a 10-minute walk through the forest to the falls.The best months to visit are between May and September – by the end of the dry season there’s little more than a trickle.
The cache is located at about 60m from the ticket counter and authorized. Entrance fee: 10000dongs(0.40 $)
That would make me very happy if you decorate your logs with pictures of you.
Please put the case back with the cover pointing up and hide the place with stones.