Thailand 2007 - Pa Hin Ngam National Park Miniature sheet with Rocky Sandstone Dust Particles
Issue date 02 July 2007
Pa Hin Ngam National Park, originally known as Pa Thep Sathit, is a tourist site in Chayaphume Province in Thailand. Every year, early in the rainy season or from June to August, thousands of bright pink Krajiew flowers (Curcuma domestica), will carpet all the meadows in the park. There are trail ways from the Hin Ngam Rock Platform to the scenic area at the top, which is the highest spot in the park.
The Hin Ngam Rock Platform, covering an area 1,000 rai (1.6 square Km), is located in a lush green timber forest of Siamese Sal trees. Its features quaint looking rock formation of, for example, a prasat building, a naga serpent, an elephant, a radar disk, a hen and the World Cup Trophy.
Pa Hin Ngam National Park stamps collection was issued by Thailand Post on 02 July 2007 and is printed with special technique, leaving a natural stone touch on its surface of both stamps and souvenir sheet. 100,000 copies were printed.