To explore Suoi Tien, you need to take off your shoes and barefoot wading through the stream. It is shallow and the water comes most to your ankle or knee. The first 300 meters of the stream is the same as other normal streams in Vietnam, with coconut trees and green clumps of grass on the bank beside the stream. Further you get into an extraordinary scene. Then you'll be surprised by its unique beauty. A fairyland seems to appear in front of your eyes.
There are some sand pillars carved by the water-a special “artisan”, stalactites with weird appearances, or some huge reliefs which are always changeable depending on the flows of water. For that reason, tourists always feel that they will come there for the second time if they have a chance to come back.
Wade through the stream
The combination of white limestone crags and the red sand makes for a super impressive and spectacular rocky wall of white and orange. Moreover, the water has formed the limestone in several special and wonderful formations.
It's best to climb a sand dune to see the whole area of the Suoi Tien. On top you have a beautiful view over the stream, the limestone wall on one shore and green jungle on the other. The combination of colors will make you feel as if you've landed in a real wonderland.
When going upstream, we can catch sight of a small waterfall. From here, tourists may return the old path or continue to go and discover many sandy paths along the mountain side.
Suoi Tien belongs to the land which is created by the nature. Therefore, it attracts many visitors coming from all over the world every year. In the summer, when the sunshine is blazing, the rows of green coconuts and the water hyacinth help highlight the stream. As the spring comes, the pomelo and lemon flowers show their beauty and aroma, which makes the visitors can not help stopping and enjoying them in the blowing wind.