Lampang Province (ลำปาง), Thailand
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Cultural Sights in Lampang Province
- Ban Chang Luang
Workshop of cottage industries with collection of carvings by master woodcarver Khru Kam-aye Dejduangta.
- Kaeo Don Tao
The temple where the Emerald Buddha was once enshrined.
- Thai Elephant Conservation Centre
The only facility in the world devoted to training elephants for the timber industry.
- Wat Chai Mongkhon
Buddhist temple with Burmese influences, particularly in the monk's living quarters (kuti).
- Wat Pa Fang
Buddhist temple built by the Burmese during the reign of King Rama IV. It has a golden stupa holding a holy relic brought from Myanmar in around 1906.
- Wat Phra That Lampang Luang
One of the most magnificent Buddhist temples in Lampang.
- Wat Phra That Mon Phaya Chae
Hillside Buddhist temple with a panoramic view of Lampang.
- Wat Si Rong Mueang
Buddhist temple built in 1905, with the viharn (ordination hall) made of wood, and with its gables in the Burmese style.
Nature Sights in Lampang Province
- Chae Son National Park
National park in Mueang Pan district, a lush forested area with a hot spring and picturesque sceneries.
- Don Khuntan National Park
The only national park in Thailand with its own railway station.
- Namtok Wang Kaeo
The largest waterfall in Lampang.