Sam Pan Bok is known as the Grand Canyon of Thailand and has the largest rock reef in the Mae Khong River. It is located in eastern Thailand, near Mae Khong River in the Laos border.
The beautiful rock holes of Sam Pan Bok were caused by the flowing water. Some are big enough for people to get through and some are small. The rock holes are scattered around the place in various shapes and many other imagined things such as star, circle, heart and one particular that looks like a Mickey Mouse silhouette.
To get to this unique place you could use Bangkok to Ubon Rachatani's public transportation to Ubon Ratchathani, including bus, train, and plane.
By train From Hua Lamphong station, at Donmuang station Time: 10-12 am Price: THB 500 THB 1500 Trains for Ubon Ratchathani leave from Hua Lamphong train station in Bangkok. There are currently six sailings per day. The entire trip can be anywhere from 8½ hours to 11½ hours.
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