It's not too bad to give Detian Falls a big compliment of 5A. We just went to Hukou Falls in August this year. Let's compare the two scenic spots: Hukou Falls is a cross-province waterfall, which separates Shanxi and Shaanxi provinces. The shape of the non-waterfall is single-stage and falls directly from a pot mouth. Because it is the water of the Yellow River, with high sediment content, there are many mud spots on the body in close view. Detian Waterfall is a transnational waterfall, which separates China and Vietnam. Waterfalls are actually composed of more than 20 waterfalls. Photographs can be taken from multiple angles. Waterfall water is clear, close-up not only will not be dirty clothes by water mist, but also high negative oxygen ions absolutely make people relaxed and happy. Both scenic spots are 4A, but the level of infrastructure construction and management is far from the same: Hukou management is extensive, because there is no vegetation on the Loess Plateau, parking lot and waterfall road have to endure the sun exposure, and there is a lot of garbage around the waterfall. Detian management is very delicate, parking lot visitors are very good trails, shady trees, the ground is spotless, and even the toilet repair is like a scenic spot. In a word, Hukou Waterfall is a national symbol and a face to look at. Detian Falls is a pure natural beauty, looking inside.