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Top 4 attractions you must visit in Lampang

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About Lampang

Lampang is a province in the upper northern part of Thailand consisting of mountains and forests. Lampang is the only town in Thailand where horse carts are available that are exclusively used for entertaining the tourists.

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Attractions in Lampang

Chae Son National Park
Chae Son National ParkChae Son, Mueang Pan District, Lampang 52240, Thailand
National Parks

Chae Son National Park is a popular destination for its natural beauties. The main attractions of the park are the misty and picturesque hot springs and waterfalls. Other attractions are caves, viewpoints along the roads, trails and seasonal blossoms blooming in the colder winter months. It is one of the beautiful locations in Thailand.

Wat Kaew Don Tao Suchadaram
Wat Kaew Don Tao SuchadaramPrakaew Rd, Tambon Wiang Nuea, Amphoe Mueang Lampang, Chang Wat Lampang 52000, Thailand
Buddhist Temples

Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao is the principal Buddhist temple in Lampang, Thailand. The temple was founded by the first Mon ruler of Lampang. The Emerald Buddha was enshrined at this temple from 1434 to 1468, when King Tilokaraj relocated the image to Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai. The temple's Mon-style chedi, which is reputed to contain a strand of the Buddha's hair, is 50 metres tall.

Wat Phra That Lampang Luang
Wat Phra That Lampang Luang271 Tambon Lampang Luang, Amphoe Ko Kha, Chang Wat Lampang 52130, Thailand
Buddhist Temples

Wat Phra That Lampang Luang is a Lanna-style Buddhist temple in Lampang in Lampang Province, Thailand. The temple is said to enshrine a relic of the Buddha. Such relics are typically bones and ashes believed to be gathered after the Buddha's cremation. The relic is installed in the main chedi of the temple.

Wiang Kosai National Park
Wiang Kosai National ParkMae Koeng, Wang Chin District, Phrae 54160, Thailand
National Parks

Wiang Kosai is the first national park in Phrae province. It covers Phrae and Lampang provinces and is crossed over by Phee Pan Nam mountain range. The park covers an area of about 410 square kilometers. The park was declared a national park on 09 October 1981. The landscape of Prae is of high steep mountains covered with dry evergreen forest and mixed deciduous forests.

Map of attractions in Lampang