Five-storey Fall (also known as Dak Sin Fall) is located in Dak Sin commune (Dak R’lap district) and shares the border with Hung Binh commune (Dak R’lap district).
This Fall has water pouring down all year, creating its mighty beauty
The mighty, primitive and mesmerizing waterfall stretches over the length of 3 km, and is formed by 5 storeys with different height, which explains its name. To reach the Fall, tourists can either travel by car, moto bike, or walk and climb over the mountains along the road starting from hamlet No.6 of Hung Binh commune.
Once tourists get there, they are able to put themselve in the cool water while admiring the water impetuously pouring down from the Fall, or sit with their mind flowing into deep religious contemplation in the middle of the pure air. The Fall has and currently is a favorite destination for a great number of tourists, especially young people or backpacking tourists both local and outside the province, who enjoy roughing it on the road.
Below are a number of photos of the Five-storey Fall:
One of the 5 storeys of the Fall with water impetuously pouring down from the height of about 30 m
Tourists excitedly exploring the Five-storey Fall
At the ending section of the Fall, people can put themselves in the clear water for relaxing or swimming
This location is also an ideal place for many buddhists to meditate