Lamphun Tourist Attraction :
| Lamphun Province is a small, ancient town located on the banks of Kuang River. It is well known for its divine ambience, archaeological relics, delightful lakes, lush forests, rough mountain terrains and serene natural beauty. Lamphun Province is the biggest producer of Longas. More....
Wat Ku Kut (Wat Chama Devi ) :
Lamphun is a small province that is located 26 kilometers from Chiang Mai. There are several interesting tourist destinations in and around Lamphun that are worth a visit. One such attraction is the Wat Chamathewi.
Also known as Ku Kut Pagoda, Wat Chamathewi is the second most important temple in the province that is located on the outskirts of the town of Lamphun on the Lamphun-San Pa Tong Road. The temple was constructed in the year 1298 BC during the reign of King Mahandayok in the honor of his mother Queen Chamathewi, More...
Wat Phra That Haripunchai :
Situated 670 kilometers north of Bangkok, Lamphun is one of the most ancient and enchanting provinces in Thailand. It is located along the banks of Kuang River.
One of the major tourist attractions in Lamphun is the Wat Phra That Haripoonchai, which is considered to be one of the most revered pilgrimage sites in the entire country. More...