Sao Hin Crossing
This border crossing, at the red pin in the picture, is now only a control point with nearly no settlement, only a small army camp at the border. The nearest village is about 3 km. further south. The road to this point is mainly dirt road, with certain parts being shallow streams. Thus, the best vehicle to take you there is a 4-wheeler only. Along the 40-km. dirt/stream roadway, there are other farmimg villages occupying lands at the valleys where the main stream is running – you can see the light patches running down in the photo.
Here are a few of the villages’ agricultural settlement along the road and the stream to the crossing point.
Currently, Professor Silpa Bhirasri’s court, the heart of Silpakorn University, Wang Thapra, is a much more impressive space with 89 paintings of the late King Bhumibol. Artists from the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts, including professors, students, and alumni, have come together, full-hearted, to stay days and nights painting large-size images of King Bhumibol in his activities through his almost 90 years of life and 70 years as the King of Thailand. People from everywhere went through tunnel of construction site’s protection shelter and construction activities which are going on while the campus is under renovation to see these paintings. They must only be installed here to truly express our gratitude and respect to our eternal King.
To see a spherical immersive view of the space, you can visit my post on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thana/posts/10209382270926002.
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