An Anquatic Paradise in Quang Ngai

In the hot days, coming to Chi streams in the natural forests, soaking in the cool water ... visitors will forget the tired, troublesome in the life .


Chi spring is located in Hanh Tin Dong Commune, Nghia Hanh District, on the provincial road of Quang Ngai - Nghia Hanh - Ba To.

If you come from the city early in the morning, you can stop in Cho Chua town to have some snack, sip a cup of coffee. Then, pass the Eo Gio Pass to see the flower blooming in the lake at the foot of the pass, then straight over the bridge passing Cong Hoa through Hanh Thien commune to the area of Hanh Tin commune, then go to the Chi stream located in Truong Le village.

If you come from the town of Mo Duc, you can pass Dong Ngo Pass or from Duc Pho, follow Thach Tru junction into Ba Lien commune (Ba To district) and back down – this way is much closer.

From provincial road to Chi stream, there is a concrete road 1km long enough for cars, motorcycles to travel. Looking around the road to see the green forest. In June, forest trees covered with young buds.

Going off the concrete road is a large stop along the stream. Guests can relax, watch clouds, mountains and forests before immersed in the cool water.


Chi stream has plenty of wilderness, but more unique is the stream that visitors can bathe on 1.1km lengths in the forest, so you choose the destination without hesitation of seeing other groups of travelers ...

Chi stream is located in the natural forest under the project of restoration of sustainable forest management (KFW6) funded by the Federal Republic of Germany on a 1,000ha. It is home to the Big Mountain - one of the historical landmarks associated with the glorious Ba To guerrilla group.

The Ba To guerrillas from Cao Muon Mountain before August 1945 went to Trung Chau to establish Hoang Hoa Tham basis, before settling on the delta, contributing to the success of the August 1945 Revolution in Quang Ngai.

At the edge of the stream there is an engineering workshop and over thousands of wild remains are still traces where the training of the guerrillas.

Many young people do not stop at this point (where anti-French guerrillas Ba To set up a workshop) but follow the path to the east, across the forest to feel the wilderness of the mountain.

Many people admire the konia trees or other hundreds of year old trees and wild flowers growing in the forest.

About a few dozen minutes along the stream crossing more than 1km is the Gie waterfall. The waterfall is about 24m high, beautiful around the year. In the summer, the sun shines into the stream of white water as silver silk.


Above the path leading up to the head of the waterfall is the rocks and streams for thousands of years of music. Tourists stop taking a seat on the rock before dropping into the cool water.

Many people take the cords tied down the cans of beer and spring water drop into the water, soak for about 10 minutes and then take up to feel the cool water.

Because this is a wild area with no entrance fee, no service so visitors to this place must bring food and drink themselves. After a cool bath, sipping food with relatives, friends, visitors can hang the hammock by the stream to relax at noon. 

In the afternoon, when the mountain is quiet, visitors back to the road will feel more about the wilderness of streams, forests and often everyone wants to comeback.
Mr. Phan Binh - Secretary and Chairman of People's Committee of Nghia Hanh District - said that Chi stream was included in the tourism planning of the province. The locals are calling for investment.

Taking the lesson of many other destinations, the district attaches great importance to preserving the pristine nature of the stream, enhancing the protection of natural forests. Absolutely not let the construction break the environmental landscape.

According to Dao Thanh Cong, Chairman of Commune People's Committee of Hiep Tin Commune, Nghia Hanh District, visitors to Chi streams are increasingly demanding environmental sanitation.

Local authorities have also agreed for a household to keep vehicles for guests and to clean the area. In the hot summer season, the more visitors, the more so every month the Youth Union in the commune come cleaning.


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