The site, also known as Suoi Tien (fairy stream) is located in Tan Hai Commune, Tan Thanh District. Tourists can take a bus/car/motorbike to get to the location which is only 80km from HCMC.
On the way to Vung Tau, tourists should notice the T-junction to Long Hai before turning left to find Chu Hai Church where there is a small path near the church leading to the stream. Those who worry about getting lost can ask locals for directions. You can start heading to the stream on Dinh Mountain from the spacious parking lot. Sandals or plastic flip flops and insect repellent are must-have items as the way to the site is quite murky and wet under the shade of bamboo and other such trees.
You can hear the sound of the stream from a distance and feel the cool breeze flowing through your hair and cheeks.
Suoi Da has five small lakes at different heights but the fifth lake is the most popular as it is spacious and has the most beautiful view. People can have a swim in a small pond under the waterfall or hold a BBQ on site and take a nap on some huge flat rocks.
For those who have more time, they should climb up to reach a pagoda to burn incense and eat vegetarian food.
It is recommended for travelers to visit Suoi Da during the rainy season from August onwards as the waterfall will have a large volume of water to make for majestic scenes instead of the weak flow of the dry season and tourists can also avoid the scorching sun of summer.