Must see attractions in Lampang

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    Wat Phra Kaew Don Tao

    The main chedi here, which was undergoing renovations at the time of research, shows Hariphunchai influence, while the adjacent mon·dòp (the small square…

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    Wat Pongsanuk Tai

    Despite having lost much of its character in a renovation, the mon·dòp at Wat Pongsanuk Tai is still one of the few remaining local examples of original…

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    Dhanabadee Ceramic Museum

    Dhanabadee claims to be the first producer of the emblematic ‘chicken bowls’ used across Thailand. In 2013 the company opened its doors to visitors and…

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    Baan Sao Nak

    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 …

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    Th Talad Gao

    Lampang’s multicultural history can be seen along this riverside street, which is lined with old homes, temples and shophouses showcasing Thai, English,…

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    Wat Si Rong Meuang

    Wat Si Rong Meuang was built in the late 19th century by artisans from Myanmar. The temple building was constructed in the ‘layered’ style from Myanmar,…

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    Wat Chedi Sao

    This temple is named for the 20 (sow in Northern Thai) whitewashed Lanna-style chedi (stupas) on its grounds. But the wát’s real treasure is a solid-gold,…

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    Lanna Museum

    A small museum with a display of Lanna artefacts on the grounds of Wat Phra Kaew Don Tao.

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    Phum Lakhon Museum

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

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    Wat Suchadaram

    Dating back to 1809, this Buddhist temple is named after Mae Suchada, the central figure in a local legend.

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    Wat Si Chum

    An ornate, Burmese-style temple, Wat Si Chum dates back to 1912.