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Suan Hin Pha Ngam

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Puan Phu Subdistrict, Nong Hin 42190 Thailand
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Brian Carter wrote a review Aug 2020
San Antonio, Texas60 contributions26 helpful votes
Stunning place away from the normal crowds of tourists. The rock formations and vistas here are very intriguing, This is a great place to go hiking, exploring, and there is a great opportunity to climb to the top of great vistas.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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IreneNetherlands wrote a review Feb 2020
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Nice place to visit! You can follow a trail leading you through a limestone forest to reach the viewpoint. Not many people were around when I was there
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Date of experience: January 2020
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JPHStVincent wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore697 contributions95 helpful votes
When you pull up, you see a very neat little park surrounded by towering rocks. The place is designed for selfies. Many people will settle for that and be happy, but if you go through the natural arch, you enter a maze of trails past, over and, often, through a plethora of bizarre rock formations. Quite an amazing place! We wandered through, past the big white Buddha statue part way and (more by luck than judgement) got to the fantastic viewpoint. We ended up where we did not begin and so took the bus-tractor hybrid back to the starting point (30 baht for the ride). Amazing place. We didn't have a guide, but it could have been a good idea. Good noodle shop just next to the park, by the way.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Kapila C wrote a review May 2017
Chiang Mai, Thailand4 contributions4 helpful votes
A wonder of nature 45 km. from Loei town. The one-hour tour was fun and exhilarating. You need a guide because the trail through these Kunming-like rock formations is a maze (and amazing), at one point requiring a short hands and knees crawl. The stones would spark anyone's imagination. Look for baby elephants, lions, T-rex and Homer Simpson. Great Thai lunch after the trail.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Achara C wrote a review Feb 2017
Udon Thani, Thailand90 contributions32 helpful votes
A nice bush walk especially for small kids. Recommend you go to the visitor centre to pay for the guided walk fee. The walk can be done by 5 yrs old and the kids love it
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Date of experience: February 2017
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