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Ratchaburi unveils two new attractions

 

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RATCHABURI, 10th October 2018 (NNT) - Two new eco-tourism sites in Ratchaburi province have gained popularity for their beautiful views as the sun rises above a sea of fog. 

People have been coming to Stamp Hill Nern Thanon Phapok and Wat Chonglom Song , the new viewpoints in Suan Pueng district where visitors can see Tanao Sri Mountain Range as well as a variety of plants and rare animal species. 

In addition to natural beauty, visitors to Wat Chonglom Song can pay their respects to the 9-meter tall Ganesh statue and the statue of Guan Yin. The temple is surrounded by forests and is situated next to Lam Pha Shi Canal. 

Those planning to visit are urged to use Highway 3087. They are only 9.7 kilometers away from Suan Pueng district.

 
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3 hours ago, BigBadGeordie said:

Not sure how you "unveil" a mountain and a 9 meter tall statue, but, hey ho, TIT.

You unveil with with a very bbbbbiiiiiggggg piece of cloth, of course! 🤗

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4 hours ago, BigBadGeordie said:

Not sure how you "unveil" a mountain and a 9 meter tall statue, but, hey ho, TIT.

Use a giant fan to blow the 'sea of fog' away?

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