Tranh Waterfall (Suoi Tranh)

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Suoi Da Ban

Phu Quoc Island

Suoi Da Ban is a white-water creek tumbling across some attractive large granite boulders. There are deep pools and it’s nice enough for a dip. Bring plenty of mosquito repellent. The best time to visit the falls is between May and September, as they dry to a trickle by the height of the dry season. It's located about 15km east of Duong Dong, reached via the hamlet of Ham Ninh.

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