Thursday, February 4, 2016

The ancient capital of Lampang is location in North Thailand situated in the Wang river plain where has stunning with mountain ranges, forests, grass lands, and green paddy fields create a beautifully breathtaking feng shui painting.

Lampang is an ancient town older though little enough evidence of that past survives, this place possesses many interesting attractions as Wiang Neua, or the “Northern Town”...

Many temples in downtown Lampang were built in the Burmese style, like the Wat Si Chum, Wat Si Rong Muang and the Wat Pa Fang. On the top of the mountain, there is a temple which is named Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, is one of Thailand’s most highly revered temples. The central chedi, which is around 50 metres high, is believed to enshrine a hair of the Buddha. You have to climb gently-sloping staircases to reach the temple and enjoy the impressive panoramic view of the entire valley from above.

Other temples of some renown include Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao, on the west bank of the Wang River, Wat Phra That Chedi Sao, Wat Phra That Chom Ping and Wat Lai Hin...

The other famous attractions such as the Wang Kaeo waterfall and the Chae Son National Park...

Tham Pha Thai National Park consist of high mountains, abundant timber forests and mixed deciduous forests, is the dwelling place for a large number of wild animals

Phathai Cave originated from a limestone mountain at the depth of 405 meters from the cave entrance,formed around 9 million years ago, has beautiful stalagmites and stalactites along the walking paths, the entrance width is about 30 meters, has a Buddha and two imposing stalactites from the ground to the cave ceiling which symbolizes immortality, no one is allowed to touch stalactites when visiting the cave because that will affect their development.

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