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Bank of Thailand Museum
Bank of Thailand Museum

The Bank of Thailand Museum is located within the Main Mansion of Bangkhunphrom Palace and the Main Mansion of Thevaves Palace – now the complex of the Bank of Thailand at 273 Samsen Road, Phra Nakorn District, Bangkok 10200.

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Chaloem Phra Kiat Park Mueang Lampang
Chaloem Phra Kiat Park Mueang Lampang

If you had to do just one thing in Lampang, i would choose a visit Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat Phrachomklao Rachanusorn (วัดเฉลิมพระเกียรติพระจอมเกล้าราชานุสรณ์).

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Chao Por Lak Muang Shrine
Chao Por Lak Muang Shrine

The Chao Por Lak Muang Shrine is a beautiful shrine located in the northeastern province of Khon Kaen, in the heart of the city of the same name. This

Chao Ya Suta Stupa
Chao Ya Suta Stupa

Chao Ya Suta Stupa It was once an entrance to Wak Kak Kaeo temple, but now only ruins are left. It is located outside of the centre of Lampang, in one of the side streets.

Doi Khun Tan National Park
Doi Khun Tan National Park

This 225-sq-km national park straddles the mountains between Lamphun and Lampang Provinces. It ranges in elevation from 350m at the bamboo forest lowlands to 1363m at the pine-studded summit of Doi Khun Tan. Wildflowers, including orchids, ginger and lilies, are abundant.

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Ho Pum La Kon
Ho Pum La Kon

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Kelang Nakhon Public Park Muang Lampang Municipal
Kelang Nakhon Public Park Muang Lampang Municipal

Thanon Takraownoi has a Walk Score of 75 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot. Nearby parks include Chaloem Phra Kiat Park Mueang Lampang, กาดลำปาง ไนท์บาซาร์ and Kelang Nakhon Public Park Muang Lampang Municipal.

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Lampang Arts Center
Lampang Arts Center

Lampang Arts Center (หอศิลป์ลำปาง). 2K likes. หอศิลป์ลำปาง มูลนิธิ นิยม ปัทมะเสวี

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Lampang Cultural Street Market
Lampang Cultural Street Market

Walking Street Lampang has its own Walking Street market along charming Th Talad Gao. On Saturday and Sunday evenings, the usual traffic is replaced by souvenir, handicraft and food stalls.

Lanna Museum
Lanna Museum

A huge Lanna-style house built in 1895 and supported by 116 square teak pillars, Baan Sao Nak was once owned by a local kun·yĭng (a title equivalent to ‘Lady’ in England); it now serves as a local museum.

Mon Phaya Chae Forest Park
Mon Phaya Chae Forest Park

Chae Son is a mountainous Park comprising of Pee Pan Nam western mountain range which runs on a north south axis. This mountain range forms the border between the provinces of Lumpang and Chiang Mai. The tallest mountain on this range is Doi (Mt.) Langgar the third tallest in Thailand.

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Moung Ngwe Zin Building
Moung Ngwe Zin Building

Moung Ngwe Zin & Melann, Lampang. 41 likes. Local Business

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Museum Lampang
Museum Lampang

Museum in Lampang Phum Lakhon Museum A brief but engaging museum that employs multimedia displays to tell the story of the history, people and culture of Lampang.

Natural Herbal Park,
Natural Herbal Park,

Lampang Herb Conservation Group is located at 177 Mu 12, Ban Khelang Thong, Khan Mueang Road, Tambon Bo Haeo. More than 150 products of toxin-free herbs that are good for health such as herbal soup and herbal skin scrubs which are ready to take home.

Nhong Krathing Park
Nhong Krathing Park

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Phiphitthaphan Thanakhan Thai Lampang
Phiphitthaphan Thanakhan Thai Lampang

Lampang, also called Nakhon Lampang (Thai: นครลำปาง, pronounced [náʔkʰɔːn lampaːŋ]) to differentiate from Lampang Province, is the third largest town in northern Thailand and capital of Lampang Province and the Lampang district. Traditional names for Lampang include Wiang Lakon and Khelang Nakhon. The city is a trading and transportation center. Lampang lies 601 km north of Bangkok and 101 km southeast of Chiang Mai.

Phu Khao Fai Doi Pha Khok Hin Fu
Phu Khao Fai Doi Pha Khok Hin Fu

Phu Khao Fai Doi Pha Khok Hin Fu is a volcano and is nearby to Phu Khao Fai Doi Pha Khok Cham Pa Daet and Ban Mai Na Khaem. From Mapcarta, the interactive map.

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Wat Chalermprakiet Prajomklao Rachanusor
Wat Chalermprakiet Prajomklao Rachanusor

The Wat Chalermprakiet Prajomklao Rachanusorn Temple north of the city of Lampang in North Thailand. Photo Taken On: December 12th, 2016

Wat Chedi Sao Lang
Wat Chedi Sao Lang

Wat Chedi Sao Lang Details Located about 5 kilometres from town on the Lampang-Chae Hom road is Wat Chedi Sao Lang. Cooled and shaded by large trees, the temple has twenty Chedis is its compound, each made in the combined Lanna-Burmese style. A Chiang Saen-style bronze Buddha statue is also enshrined here, commonly referred to as "Phra Chao Than Chai" by the local people. The door panels of the Ubosot are of ancient vintage with elaborate design.

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Wat Chetawan
Wat Chetawan

Wat Chetawan is a must visit temple located close to the old city of Chiang Mai, right near Tha Phae Gate and has Lanna inspired architecture. Wat Mahawan is a must-visit prime tourist attraction located close to the old walled city of Chiang Mai, right next to the popular Tha Phae Gate.

Wat Chiang Rai
Wat Chiang Rai

What companies run services between Lampang, Thailand and Chiang Rai, Thailand? Greenbus Thailand operates a bus from Lampang to Chiang Rai 5 times a day. Tickets cost $8 - $12 and the journey takes 4 h 30 min.

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Wat Mon Phaya Chae
Wat Mon Phaya Chae

The Wat Phaya Wat is a small temple in the town of Nan comprising of a combined viharn/ubosot and a Mon style chedi. The temple’s main attraction is its stepped pyramid chedi, one of the very few remaining examples of Mon architecture in Thailand. The Wat Phaya Wat was built near the old Nan city walls, of which a section remains behind the temple.

Wat Muang Sat
Wat Muang Sat

The Wat Phra That Lampang Luang is a fortified temple or wiang; it was built on top of an earth mound and is surrounded by high brick walls. In the early 18 th century when Lampang was occupied by the Burmese, the invaders occupied the temple.

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Wat Pha Lad
Wat Pha Lad

The Wat Phra That Lampang Luang is a fortified temple or wiang; it was built on top of an earth mound and is surrounded by high brick walls. In the early 18 th century when Lampang was occupied by the Burmese, the invaders occupied the temple.

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Wat Phra Bat
Wat Phra Bat

The Wat Phra That Lampang Luang is a fortified temple or wiang; it was built on top of an earth mound and is surrounded by high brick walls. In the early 18 th century when Lampang was occupied by the Burmese, the invaders occupied the temple.

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Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao
Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao

On the banks of the Wang river in the small town of Lampang is the Wat Phra Kaew Don Tao, the town’s main temple. The town was founded in the 7 th century, making it one of the oldest towns in Thailand. It was influenced by Mon, Shan, Burmese and Lanna Thai cultures, which is very evident in the Wat Phra Kaew Don Tao temple, which is a mix of Lanna, Burmese and Shan styles.

Wat Phra That Doi Moung Kham
Wat Phra That Doi Moung Kham

The Wat Phra That Doi Kham is an attractive not much visited temple known for its 17 meters high Buddha image. The temple that was built towards the end of the 7 th century sits on top of a forested hill just outside of Chiang Mai. The name of the Wat means golden mountain temple.

Wat Phrachao Than Chai
Wat Phrachao Than Chai

Wat Phra That Mon Phaya Chae (วัดพระธาตุม่อนพระยาแช่) - is on a hillside and it affords a clear view of Lampang. Its most outstanding feature is the long staircase leading to the chedi enshrining a holy relic.

Wat Pong Sanuk Museum
Wat Pong Sanuk Museum

Wat Pong Sanook is located in the center of Pong Sanuk Community, it is one of very important temple of Lampang Province and it become closely tied to this area’s history. Wat Pong Sanuk was built during the reign of King Anantayot in 1223 BE or AD 680 at the same time that Lampang was founded.

Wat Pratu Pong
Wat Pratu Pong

Stadthuys Town Hall; Sultan's Well; ... Wat Phra That Lampang Luang; Wat Pong Sanuk Tai; Wat Pong Yang Khok; Wat Pratu Pong; Wat Suchadaram; Lamphun. Wat Ku Kut;

Wat Si Rongmuang
Wat Si Rongmuang

The Wat Si Rong Muang is located on Takrao Noi road on the South bank of the Wang river in the Western part of Lampang town, a little over 1 kilometer off Highway AH2. The easiest way to get there is by songthaew or horse drawn carriage.

Wat Srichum
Wat Srichum

The Wat Sri Chum is a large Burmese style temple in the town of Lampang comprising of a viharn, an ubosot and a chedi. The name of the temple is derived from the Lanna word for Bodhi trees that surround the temple.

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