Located on Highway 1A in Trang Bom District, Dong Nai Province, 50km from HCMC, Giang Dien Waterfall Tourist Area, covering 67ha, has become an ideal destination for young people and families who like to discover the beauty of nature. The area consists of a valley, hills, forests, waterfalls and varieties of strange flowers blossoming all the year round.
Elders from the area state that previously the land was dominated by the Ma ethnic people. According to local folklore, there was a couple who loved each other but could not get married so they committed suicide near the Giang Dien Waterfall, thereby creating two other waterfalls named Chang (boy) and Nang (girl). The waterfalls start from the Buong River, pour into the deep valley and run across a field of granite.
Participating in the trip, tourists will pass over the Mimosa Suspension Bridge from the main waterfall and then proceed along a path running through the foxtail meadow to the twin waterfalls.
The path that looks like a stream of pink silk winding around the spring will lead tourists to Ky Cuc Farm, in which small gardens are designed with trees, lakes and beautiful flowers that create a romantic landscape.
The area was designed by the famous Vietnamese French architect Ho Thieu Tri. Particularly, some species of animals, such as salamanders, lizards, etc., are bred in the farm.
Together with Ky Cuc Farm, the orchid garden and forest, tourists will be surely enticed by a series of works with the architectural style of ancient Roman and the local ethnic people, including roads paved or covered with rocks, houses built with the architecture of different ethnic people, flower trellises, the Hoa Su, Phuong Son and Hoang Yen restaurants with a capacity of serving 700 people at one time, a coffee bar facing the waterfalls, a skating-rink, 12 huts for tourists to rest and an entertainment area for children. Tourists can take trams to visit the fishing and camping areas, flower gardens, etc.
With its beauty and convenient services, Giang Dien has become an ideal tourist area, attracting a large number of visitors.
Source: VNP - Vietnamtourism