Suoi Tien in Mui Ne, Phan Thiet

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About 18 km of North East Phan Thiet, visitors will meet an extremely romantic poetic place that is Suoi Tien (Fairy Stream). Suoi Tien is situated in a nice place, one side of Suoi Tien is white and red sand dunes intermixing together, another side are rows of shading coconut palms, lines of trees with luxuriant leaves. All of these things create a poetic and charming stream.

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The water stream of Suoi Tien has the red color from the sunlight and from the red sand in the bottom of the stream. The stream has the source from the mountain side around Ham Tien about 6m high and the destination to the sea. This has made Suoi Tien become a dreamlike area. Come to Suoi Tien, visitors also have the chance to rejoice in breathing the sweet scented field of pomelo flower and lemon flower.

The green lines of coconut palms will bring you to the world of pureness. The oxygen stream spreads out from coconut leaves will lead visitors go to ecstasy. Along the stream, you can have the opportunity to contemplate imposing mountain and hill. The most beautiful scene of this place makes many people feel unforgettable and passionating.

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The intermixing white and red sand hills come from nature evolving the treasure that no other place has. Once hitting Suoi Tien, visitors can not skip enjoying GIONG dish, a traditional dish of sea territory. The GIONG dish can be cooked or processed in variety ways such as baking over a fire, frying, roasting, grilling, cook with coconut. This also makes visitor once coming to Suoi Tien can not help visiting and hope to be back again.

About Fairy stream

Known mainly for its sand dunes, the small town of Mui Ne in Vietnam is also home to a soft red creek known as the Fairy Stream that is colored by the clay and limestone particles that filter in from the strange rock formations at its shores. 

Winding its way through bamboo forests, boulders, and the dunes behind Mui Ne, the whimsically-named Fairy Stream resembles a miniature version of the Grand Canyon in places. For the most part, the stream is about ankle-deep and no more than knee-deep even at its deepest and visitors are encouraged to take off their shoes and follow right along the creek-bed. The soft red dirt is remarkably pleasant to walk through, avoiding the exposed sand and rocks on the shore that can get quite hot. 

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The pitted rock formations off to the sides of the stream also seem like the perfect hiding place for any potential fairies which may be where the stream gets its name. However it could also simply be the image of people strolling through the opaque red waters as though it were a groomed hiking trail, like the hikers themselves were children of nature. 

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