Suoi Tranh waterfall is around 7km east of Duong Dong.
Once you’ve paid the small entry fee it’s a 10 – 15 minute walk along a well trodden path through the jungle. There are many rock pools in which to take a dip, at the top there’s a 4m waterfall (sometimes from January to May water can be a little lacking), the whole place has a lovely ambience.
The Suoi Tranh waterfall is not the biggest or the most dramatic of its kind, but it does have its own charms. There is a moderately daunting 200m walk to get to the waterfall, or rather the collection of small waterfalls and rock-pools and one larger fall. Once you get there, however, you have the option of diving into the clear cool stream, or hunting for wild orchids. Nearby is the nicely named Bat Cave. The falls are 7km south-east of Duong Dong, just off the road to Ham Ninh village. Admission costs 1000 Dong (US$0.05) plus an extra 1000 Dong for your motorcycle if you are riding one. Another popular Phu Quoc waterfall you could check out is Suoi Da Ben (Da Ben Stream).