Lampang’s multicultural history can be seen along this riverside street, which is lined with old homes, temples and shophouses showcasing Thai, English, Chinese and Burmese architectural styles. It’s also where the town’s weekly market, Walking Street, is held.
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This ancient Buddhist temple compound has several interesting religious structures, including what is arguably the most beautiful wooden Lanna temple in…
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A Buddhist temple in central Lampang.
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…
An ornate, Burmese-style temple, Wat Si Chum dates back to 1912.
A clock tower in central Lampang.
A brief but engaging museum that employs multimedia displays to tell the story of the history, people and culture of Lampang.
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 …
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…
Dating back to 1809, this Buddhist temple is named after Mae Suchada, the central figure in a local legend.