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I was shocked by the garbage everywhere. In the stream, under the water, along the trails, in the forest. My bf and I took a trail next to the stream so we can go upper and further far from group of people who drank and...More
Overall the stream and the hike to the waterfall were a beautiful site to see..
Unfortunately the locals were out in full force and so any chance of a peaceful afternoon hike slowly disappeared. Most notably by one group that managed to haul a KARAOKE...More
Unfortunately this place could be beautiful although the locals have taken over and rubbish is scattered everywhere. Rubbish flows down the waterfalls and along the walking track. Really shocking to see!
Amazing! Must visit on Phu Quoc!
I visited the island while the country was celebrating reunification day. Basically during this day the whole families go outside for picnics. Due to this fact Suoi Da Ban was extremely dirty, cans everywhere, unfinished food that started rotting...More
Gives a good clue to how awful and harrowing a concentration camp can be. Free to visit and walk around. We hired a motorbike (£5 a day) to visit on our own as the roads were relatively quite. Worth a visit
We took a ride to this area but weren't expecting anything spectacular. I gave it a 4 star rating because I think it should be spectacular when it has had a lot of rain. The walk was quite pleasant and not to strenuous. There iz...More
I have never seen so much garbage on one place. Litter, old shoes, clothes, everything you can imagine. It is terrible dump and you pay for entry on top! Ridiculous! I thought when i pay somebody will care of it...
Waste of time for visiting..:(
This is a total ecological disaster thanks to the careless attitude of the locals. Full of trash as of February 2017. I couldn't walk 5 meters without trash: plastic bags, rest of food, cans, bottles, masks. The Vietnamese government should do smth to educate their...More