Suoi Tranh Waterfall is a four-metre-tall waterfall within the Ham Ninh Mountains that’s surrounded by lush greenery, natural caves, and rock pools. A 10-minute drive from Duong Dong, this natural attraction is ideal for those looking to escape the bustling town centre.
Nature-lovers can enjoy recreational activities such as picnicking, camping and bird-watching, with small walking paths available for those who prefer a leisurely hike through the jungle. Various flora and fauna such as shrimps, birds, orchids, ginseng and mushrooms can be found here.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can hike further up from the main waterfall site, following the 15-kilometre stream to reach Hang Doi (Grotto of Bats), which measures 200 metres in height and houses unique stalactites. Suoi Tranh Waterfall is also located near Hamn Ninh Fishing Village, where you can experience the daily life of the local fishermen and enjoy authentic regional specialities.
Like most waterfalls, the best time to visit Suoi Tranh is during the rainy season (May until September). Entrance is priced at VND 5,000 while parking is available at an additional VND 10,000.
Due to its close proximity to the main town, Suoi Tranh Waterfall is usually packed with locals during weekends and national holidays, so we highly recommend heading there early to get the best picnicking spot.
Suoi Tranh Waterfall
- Location: 7 kilometres west of Duong Dong
- Price Range: VND 5,000