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Fairy stream, a must-visit in Mui Ne

Mui Ne draws numerous visitors for not only its stunning beaches and immense sand dunes, but also the Fairy stream.
The stream originates from groundwater flows under the sand dunes which stretch from provincial road 706. Since the time that Phan Thiet was not yet developed for tourism and Mui Ne was still a fishing village, people in Binh Thuan used the stream as a destination for their weekend outings and holidays. The stream now is known to visitors around the world for its natural construction between sand and water.

The water level is about ankle-deep and no more than knee-deep even at the deepest place. Most tourists are encouraged to take off their shoes or slippers to walk barefoot and follow the creek-bed. Walking upstream from the sea about 200-300m, a dreamlike scene appears in front of your eyes. 


The Fairy stream, also known as the Red stream, is located on Huynh Thuc Khang road,
Mui Ne ward, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan province. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP



On a majestic bank of the Fairy Stream. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP


Natural scenery of the Fairy Stream. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP


Capturing beautiful moments at the Fairy stream. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP


 A lot of visitors spend all day to approach the stream from different directions. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP


Over the years, thousands of sand stalactites have been eroded by wind and rain,
creating a wild and interesting beauty. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP



The red-orange color makes Fairy stream become unique and mysterious. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP

The stream attracts both domestic and foreign visitors. Photo: Dang Kim Phuong/VNP
 
Visitors will be surprised by the pristine and untouched beauty. Along the stream, there are some sand pillars with unique shapes carved by the water. You will have the opportunity to see imposing mountains, hills and some huge reliefs which are changeable depending on the flow of water. 
At 4km in length, The Fairy stream, also known as the Red stream, is located on Huynh Thuc Khang road, Mui Ne ward, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan province.  


The stream is a rare source of fresh water in the area. On the sand dunes stretching for dozens of kilometers, the fresh water is considered a treasure. It is an amazing phenomenon that the stream originates from a sand desert. It seems as if a giant bag of water lies under the sand dunes. The locals think about a supernatural and mysterious thing which created the Fairy stream.

Although it takes only an hour to get to the Fairy stream, a lot of visitors spend all day to approach the stream from different directions. It is a must-see destination for visitors to Phan Thiet city besides the white sand beach and blue sea.

 
By Dang Kim Phuong

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