Lamphun Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Lamphun:
Wat Phra That Hariphunchai, Wat Sun Pa Yang Luang, Wat Chamthewi Temple, Phra Nang Chamthewi Statue, Wat Doi Ti, Wat Phra Phutthabat Tak Pha, Wat Phra Yuen, Wat Phra Bat Huai Tom, Hariphunchai National Museum, Khun Tan Railway Tunnel
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Best Things To Do in Lamphun, Thailand
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List of Best Things to do in Lamphun, Thailand
Wat Phra That Hariphunchai
Wat Sun Pa Yang Luang
Wat Chamthewi Temple
Phra Nang Chamthewi Statue
Wat Doi Ti
Wat Phra Yuen
Hariphunchai National Museum
Lumphun Community Museum
Art Thomya, a Thai singer/songwriter, will show you the 7 Must-Sees in Lampang, a province located one hour by car from Chiangmai, northern Thailand. Art was accompanied by local friend, Kendo Intuputi, who is eager to show you the charms of his hometown. Let's take this journey together!
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7 Must-Sees in LAMPANG, Thailand
#1 Wat Phra That Lampang Luang :
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Lampang, Thailand the Top Things To Do
Welcome to Lampang; the land where time stands still. A place where you can truly unwind and experience a unique and infectiously laid-back way of life that has remained largely unchanged for years. Despite all it has to offer, the area still receives comparatively few visitors, giving the area a wonderfully ‘undiscovered’ feel.
So join us as we take a look at just some of the highlights that Lampang has to offer.
Most visitors to Lampang are drawn to the province for its famed Thai Elephant Conservation Centre, the only centre of its kind in Thailand under Royal patronage. Founded in 1992, it currently cares for around 50 Asian elephants as well as housing six of the King’s ten white elephants. Visitors can learn about all about elephant conservation, watch one of the regular elephant performances, and the ever-popular elephant bath time. Elephant trekking, overnight homestays and even mahout training courses are also possible, though I’d strongly recommend making an advanced booking as places fill up fast.
The charming city of Lampang nestled in the broad river valley of the Wang River and surrounded by stunning mountain ranges is home to many impressive Laana era temples, including this one, Wat Phra Tat Lampang Luang located just 30 minutes from the city centre, and definitely worth a visit. Many of the temples in the area are constructed from timber and adorned with ornate carvings and decorations. So if visiting temples is your thing, then you really are spoilt for choice.
For many, travel in Thailand conjures up images of tuk tuks or long tail boats, but Lampang takes an altogether more relaxed approach to getting around. And the preferred method of travel? The good old fashioned horse and cart. So what better was to explore the city than by taking a leisurely ride through the city streets with your feet up in the back of a horse drawn carriage?
Lampang really is a gem in the crown of northern Thailand, so if relaxing riverside bars and restaurants, spectacular temples, friendly, laid-back locals and abundant wildlife and nature are your thing, then why not pay Lampang a visit. We’re sure you won’t regret it.
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Lampang, Thailand is a city in Northern Thailand with a lot of character. Horse-drawn carriages, colonial architecture, many temples to visit... there's a bit to see here. Though it's not a major destination for Western tourists, I had a great time taking in the chill vibe of the city. One of the biggest attractions in the area is Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, a large temple complex 30 minutes outside the city.
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