I found this location in one of the many road atlases I have. Nothing about it anywhere. I knew it could not be a tourist destination since our premier, award winning Tourism Association of Thailand aka TAT does not list it anywhere. Anyhow I was amazed. These are really footprints, this is way more awesome than dinosaur footprints. "Hin" is stone and the spelling of "rong" equals crack; rut; ditch; hole or niche; cubbyhole; nook; corner. Wat Pa Hin Rong is a quite place using solar power, whic alone should make this a tourist destination. It is a Mahanikaya Kamatha Wat with obligatory Ajaan Mun images.
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