If you go in October, I would like to suggest that you visit Detian Falls in the morning as much as possible, because it is sunny in the morning, and the photos taken are much better, and it will be backlit in the afternoon. Along the way, we came to the waterfront. The first thing we saw was the Banyo Falls on the other side of Vietnam, where many Vietnamese bamboo rafts would secretly cross the border to our shore to peddle things. We suggested not to buy them. There was no guarantee. Second, there was a large Vietnamese commodity market on the upper border of the back waterfall. There were more choices and more lively ones. The closer we get to Detian Falls, the louder the sound of the waterfall will be. There are many trees blocking your sight on the deviated road, which adds to its mystery. Finally, the protagonist comes out. Detian Transnational Falls have a larger amount of water than imagined. The bamboo raft you can see on the water surface can cross the other bank by taking a bamboo raft. Then you can go through the bottom of the waterfall and circle back, not only get close contact with the waterfall, but also get close contact with it. To cross into Vietnam, just like this bamboo raft propaganda slogan - "20 yuan for a dream of going abroad", haha. Of course, the bamboo raft is usually 20 yuan/person, the National Day rose decisively to 30 yuan/person, there is no way, in order to contact the waterfall, decided to volunteer to do a big water fish. Later friends in Detian, ah, strongly suggest that you do not save the money on the bamboo raft, the experience from the waterfall is absolutely very exciting. Haha, a word, cool. Continue up to the waterfall. Above, as mentioned above, is a flea market in Vietnam. It belongs to a friendly area along the Sino-Vietnamese border, with a wide range of East and West. There are many Vietnamese specialties in the Vietnamese market on the Sino-Vietnamese border. I recommend Baihu ointment for 10 yuan and 3 bottles. It is said that it can be cheaper and more convenient to send people back carefully.