Lampang Province :
Lampang Province is one of the oldest and most exciting tourist
destinations of Thailand. It is rich in archaeological evidences reflecting the
evolution, history and culture of ancient Thai and Burmese civilizations.
Located in northern Thailand on the banks of Wang River, Lampang Province is divided
into 13 districts.
The most important tourist
destinations of the region are Doi Khun National Park and Thai Elephants
Conservation Center. There are several famous temples located in the Ko Kha
district including Wat Phra That Chom Ping and Wat Phra That Lampang Luang.
Famous for its horse-drawn carriages, Lampang region consists of Kiu Lom Dam
and other Buddhist temples and chedis that are worth a visit. Chae Son National
Park in the Mueang district is famous for its hot springs, pristine forests,
meandering streams, lofty waterfalls and beautiful mountains. The Tham Pha Thai
National Park has built in caves with stalactites and stalagmites. More...
Lampang Demographic Data
(since October 2007)
Lampang Tourist Attractions:
- Kaeo Don Tao Temple
- Si Rong Mueang Temple
- Chai Mongkhon Temple
- Kiu Lom Dam
- Phra That mon Phaya Chae Temple
- Thai Elephants Conservation Centre
- Khun Than Mountain Rnage
- Chao Pho Pratu Pha Shrine
- Tham Pha Thai National Park
- Ban Chang Luang
- Wang Kaeo Waterfall
- Chae Son National Park