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Yen Stream Huong Pagoda
Vietnam

Yen stream is a main way to Huong Tich cave. From Ben Duc, situated next to Day river, we walked about 1km to Ben Yen, then take a boat in Yen stream about 4km to the Thien Tru wharf.

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