Chaiyaphum Province, Page 10, Mor Hin Khao or Stonehenge of Thailand.
Non Salao Khit Cloth Weaving Village is situated at Mu 6, Nong Tum Sub-district.
It is the biggest source of Khit cloth weaving in Chaiyaphum. The locals of Non Salao
have passed on the process of Khit weaving from their ancestors. Nearly every house
uses their own hand-made fabric. A group of housewives was established in 1978 and
has developed the patterns and colours of their products to respond to the market’s
demand. Products offered are Mudmee cotton, Khit silk, shawls, tablecloths, fabric
bags, and Khit pillows.
To get there: From Phu Khiao District, take Highway No. 2037, a similar way to Kaset
Sombun for 8 kilometres. Turn right and continue further for 3 kilometres.
Location : Mu 6, Nong Tum, Phu Khiao, Chaiyaphum 36110
Mor Hin Khao or Stonehenge of Thailand is consist of gigantic rock columns, white
stone, siltstone, mud stone and purple sandstone. These rocks are assumed to be over
a hundred million years old.
The highlight group of giant rocks consist of five stone columns
with 12 meters tall. There are also many groups of rocks in this area which various
with beautiful flowers beside.
Tat Tone National Park & Tad Tone Waterfall are located near Mor Hin Khao ( about
20 km ).
The park cover the area around 217.18 sq km with the famous Tat Tone Waterfall, one
most beautiful waterfall in North Eastern region, inside. The Waterfall is about
six meters high
and 50 meters wide.
On the way to Mor Hin Khao, there are signs along the way on highway number 2051
then turn left before reaching Tat Tone National Park checkpoint.
Then turn left to Cheang Charoen - Soke Cheug Road to Vann Wang Kam Kan after that
right to the destination.
Total 104 km from Pa Hin Ngam ( Amphur Thepsathit, Chaiyaphum ). Mor Hin Khao is
in Phu Lan Kha National Park in Amphur Muang, Chaiyaphum province.
Chaiyaphum Province, Mor Hin Khao or Stonehenge of Thailand