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Lampang

Lampang

Lampang is a city of its own uniqueness, which comprises local architecture, temples, horse-drawn carriages, beautiful and pristine natural attractions, a former source of logging using elephants to haul logs which the elephant has become a symbol of the city, and famous kaolin pottery. All these things make Lampang become attractive destination to travelers.


Lampang is a city of its own uniqueness, which comprises local architecture, temples, horse-drawn carriages, beautiful and pristine natural attractions, a former source of logging using elephants to haul logs which the elephant has become a symbol of the city, and famous kaolin pottery. All these things make Lampang become attractive destination to travelers.

 

How to Get There

Car - Driving from Bangkok to Lampang takes around 7 hours, which you may pass several provinces such as Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Sing Buri, Nakhon Sawan, Kamphaeng Phet, Tak etc, depending on the Highway you choose. The whole journey is around 599 Kilometers.

Bus - Take the daily bus from the Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit) on Kamphaeng Phet Road to Lampang. The journey takes 8 to 9 hours.

Train - Train service is available from the Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong) to Lampang everyday. The journey takes 12 hours according to the class of train.

Air - The fastest way from Bangkok to Lampang is by airplane. It takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. There are daily flights operated by Bangkok Airways, Thai Smiles, Nok Air, Air Asia etc.


Getting Around in Lampang

Song Theaw/Tuk-Tuk - The local means of transportation in Lampang. It is popular for short and quick journeys. They are always around town. Fares charged depends on the bargaining.

Car/Motorcycle - The most suitable way to travel around in Lampang should be renting car or motorcycle. It is easier to reach the destination you plan to go.

 

Special Events

Khantok Chang Fair - It is organised on the first Friday and Saturday of February at the Elephant Conservation Centre, the fair features an elephant show, while the elephants are treated to a feast of fruits and vegetables presented on a Tok, a traditional Lanna food tray.

Luang Wiang Lakhon Fair - It is held immediately prior to the Loi Krathong Festival in late October to early November around Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao and Wat Phrathat Lampang Luang, the fair celebrates Lampang’s history, customs and traditions. 

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