หินสามวาฬ

( Hin Sam Wan )

Hin Sam Wan (Thai: หินสามวาฬ, lit. 'three whales rock') is a 75-million-year-old rock formation protruding out of a mountain in Phou Sing, Bueng Kan Province, Thailand, near the Mekong River. It is so named because, from certain angles, the rocks look like a family of whales. Only two of the rocks (the "mother whale" and "father whale") are accessible by foot; the "baby whale" cannot be reached.

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