Hin Turn Meadow
Hin Turn Meadow Situated in Pang Sawan Sub-district, Mae Wong District, Hin Turn Meadow is a grassland foothill where there are several piles of rock heap up upon one another in several formations scattered all across the field. Theses rocks are slightly touched as if they were placed intentionally by some supernatural forces. In truth, the shapes are the result of a geological phenomenon occurred in sedimentary rock. Hin Turn Meadow is counted among one of the exotic stone gardens across the globe. The geological studies show that these rocks are 210 million year Granites. The shapes are enormous and round. The decay has turned the stones into the proportionate landform as in “balanced rocks” (meaning the rocks that have different sizes and shapes that are placed upon one another vertically in such a way that goes with a center of gravity). These balanced rocks are scattered across the 14 rai area. Nevertheless there is no legend about the origin of these rocks. There is no activity that is more appropriate to do in Hin Turn Meadow than to observe and witness this incredible geological phenomenon. There is arrangement for the area to have a solid path walk and green grasses. The near-by landscape is a paddy field and local agricultural pasture. Tourists are welcomed to Hin Turn Meadow in every time of the year. For more information, please kindly contact Nakorn Sawan Tourist Info Centres. Call. 0-5622-1602, 0-5622-1034, 0-5622-1656 to 114. How to get there: Hin Turn Meadow is 70 Kilometres away from the downtown of Nakorn Sawan. Go on Phahonyothin Road, turn left at Nong Ben intersection. Go straight to Lat Yao Sub-district, and then turn left heading towards Baan Nong Jik Ree on High Way 3013 for 4 Kilometres. Turn right towards Thaling Sung on High Way 3473, stay on it for 30 Kilometres. When reached Chum Ta Bong intersection turn left towards Mae Wong Sub-district and continue for 4 Kilometres. The Meadow is on the left.