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In the clear green water jade water. It is amazing, do not understand why it is so green. The number of visitors here is quite crowded. I find the rocky beach to look a little too dangerous. The water is not too hot, the shower...More
One of the listing in Quang Binh pro you should go to get more experience is Moc Stream.
My team spent a half of day to explore tropical forest and swimming, kayaking in jade water.
It is suitable for young people. Highly recommend.
This was a very interesting cultural experience! On a hot day being able to take a swim in this chilly section of river was very refreshing, and it was worth it to pay the higher amount and go to the “nicer” section of the park....More
The stream is very beautiful and the water is fresh and cool, so nice to swim there, But we have met many Vietnamese tourist on that day, Saturday. You should be here in the afternoon, I think that is better.
There are two parts of the the park, the expensive one which seems like a water fun park or the cheaper one which is basically a relatively large body of water under a very small waterfall or rapid.
On a blue sky day, its pleasant...More
I felt in love with Suoi Nuoc Mooc (Mooc Spring River) when I searched for experience to visit there. Price is 180'000 VND for all-in-one (sight-seeing, games, life vest ...), except food, 80'000 VND for sight-seeing only.
It is around 2-3 km from Thien Duong...More
We went there on our first day in the area and were very disapointed. The walk is short and the bathing area small and boring. They supervise you all the time and shout at you the moment you do anything besides floating in the water...More
The stream called mooc is absolutely beautiful with surrounding landscape. You walk through bridges made of bamboo quite a challenge feeling. The swimming spots were nice but you must wear life jacket here for safety reasons and it has sometimes the current so need to...More