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Lampang – Lamphun - Chiang Mai

Code NT-CNX05
Destination Chiang Mai
Duration 4 days 3 nights
Depart time 13:00
Lampang – Lamphun - Chiang Mai   Visiting in a private tour including 3 charming city of Northern Thailand Lampang The charming city of horse drawn carriages and province with the king’s sta...

Lampang – Lamphun - Chiang Mai


Visiting in a private tour including 3 charming city of Northern Thailand


The charming city of horse drawn carriages and province with the king’s stable of white elephants at the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center. Lampang is rich in archaeological evidence from the kingdoms of Hariphunchai, Lanna, and Burma.

Most visitors simply visit Lampang to see the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center, bypassing Lampang town on their way to Chiang Mai and provinces farther north. However, while the elephant center is certainly a must-see attraction, those willing to spend some time in the provincial capital are generally surprised by the charming and somewhat unusual town and province of Lampang.


An ancient city with a hospitable population famed for its beautiful women, Lamphun retains its old-world charm and draws visitors to its natural beauty. Lamphun features a skyline made of temple spires and attractions across the province include ancient sites as well as forests, mountains, and lakes.

Lamphun, a small northern province sandwiched between Chiang Mai and Lampang has a long and storied history. Lamphun was founded as the city of Haripunjaya, a Mon kingdom-city, arguably part of the Dvaravati civilization, established in the ninth (perhaps seventh) century by former Buddhist monks from Lopburi.

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai not only became the capital and cultural core of the Lanna Kingdom, it was also to be the center of Buddhism in northern Thailand. King Meng Rai himself was a very religious leader who even founded many of the city’s temples that remain important to this day.

Once in Chiang Mai, however, tourists are surprised by the fact that there are so many things to discover other than its beautiful and historic temples. Intriguing diversity among ethnic tribes, a number of elephant camps, many cooking and massage schools, numerous outdoor activities, a variety of handicrafts workshops, various cultural performances, and breathtaking scenery make Chiang Mai one of Asia’s most attractive tourist destinations.


Day 4: Chiang Mai


• Breakfast at hotel

• After breakfast start the tour and visit;

• Doi Inthanon National Park

Part of the Himalayan mountain range, Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s tallest peak at 2,565 metres above the sea level. Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482.4 square kilometers in three districts of Chiang Mai province. Cool climate lovers should visit the park during December to February, which is winter and you also get a chance to see the blossom of Siamese sakura flowers all over the area.

• Visit Ban Mae Klang Luang

Standing amidst hilly rice terraces, Ban Mae Klang Luang became the settlement region of Pga-gan Yaw, a Karenic tribe from Burma. Communities divided into 4 villages, each village comprises around 60 – 80 families.

One of the distinctive activities to do when visiting here is to appreciate awe-inspiring views of terraced paddy fields. In rainy season, particularly from September to mid October, the whole landscape of Ban Mae Klang Luang is magnificently covered by a thin layer of fog and verdant rice terraces in descending order.

• Visit The Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon

The Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon is one of the Research centers of the Royal Station located on the steep hill. It was found in 1977 according to the idea of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej to improve Thai tribesmen’s life. The Station supports them to cultivate and sell good crops, have permanent habitation, stop opium planting, destroy forest, and shifting cultivation, turn to cultivate winter plants and animals with soil and water preservation system, and can depend on themselves as His Majesty the King has aimed.

• Visit Bhubing Rajanives Palace

Bhubing Rajanives Palace is a beautiful and famous tourist attraction. It was built by the order of King Rama V in 1961 to be used as a residence when he came to stay in Chiang Mai. It was also used to receive royal guests at different occasions. The climate here is cool throughout the year. It is surrounded by charming topography among mild fog in contrast with winter flowers well-arranged along the sidewalks leading to the palace.

• Transfer to Chiang Mai city and end of our services

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Meals : Breakfast
Day 1: Bangkok – Lampang


• Domestic flight from Bangkok to Lampang with PG 207 depart at 12.00 – 13.30

• Upon arrival at Lampang Airport, meet with our driver and start the tour by;

• Visit Ratchadapisek Bridge

Originally, it was a wooden bridge that the ruler of Lampang old city “Chao Noranan Chaichaowalit” together with his citizens had built to commemorate King Rama V’s Anniversary of his 25th year accession to the throne in 1894. The bridge was considered the biggest bridge in Thailand, since it was 120 meters long.

• Visit Kat Kong Ta

Kat Kong Ta, or Talad Cheen, is an old market in Lampang. Kat Kong Ta is one of the important landmarks for art lovers Lampang.

Besides the architecture, Kat Tong Ka also offers a wide range of interesting goods, local and handmade products can be found here. Moreover, don’t miss those delicious local dishes such as KanomCheen Nam Ngew, Miang Kham, Khai Pam, and Thong Muan Sod watching the shows in the market would be great ideas.

• Visit Wat Mon Phraya Chae

Wat Mon Phraya Chae is on a high mountain called Mon Kai Khia or Doi Yatsakitti or Khelang Banphot. It was built in 1810 and was granted consecrated boundaries on 24 January 1958 under the MahaNikaya sect. The temple is one of the important religious sites in Lampang. As it is quiet, shady and changeable according to each season, particularly in the rainy season, in which moss is widely found, it is suitable for relaxation.

• Visit Lampang Sea

Wang Huea Reservoir was constructed to store water during the drought season. It is a small reservoir, which can retain water no exceeding than 50 million cubic meters. The water is aimed for planting crops, preserving marine animals, and using as tourist attraction. Lampang people usually go there to relax themselves, admiring beautiful scenery, learning fishermen’s life styles.

• Transfer to hotel and check in.

• Overnight in Lampang


Day 2: Lamphun


• Breakfast at hotel

• After breakfast journey to Lamphun and visit;

• Wat Phrathat-Haripunchai Woramahawihan (temple)

Wat Phrathat-Haripunchai was built in 1108, during the reign of King Atthitayaraj. Phrathat-haripunchai (stupa) residing in the temple was, originally, the sanctified locale to residents of Hariphunchai but once Hariphunchai expanded and became Lumpoon, the sanctuary was worshiped by the whole province. The stupa itself is influenced by Sri Lankan architecture, beautifully covered with django gold. Inside, is relics placed contained by a golden ossuary.

• Visit Koo Chang - Koo Ma

Koo Chang – Koo Ma Pagoda which is a strange pagoda comparing to other pagodas in Lanna. It was built from bricks and cement. The height from the base to the top is about 20 meters. The round base has five levels. The pagoda is cylindrical. The top is round and narrow. Above the bell is a throne. The top was collapsed long time ago. The form of the pagoda was assumed to be influenced from Bo Bo Gyi pagoda of Burma.

• Visit Kat Doi Ti

Kat Doi Ti is an agricultural market and also the center of souvenirs from all districts in Lamphun Province including Lamphun Silk Mantles, the unique product of Lamphun. It is the folk handcraft that Lamphun people are proud of since it has been inherited for many generations and it is suitable to wear in official ceremonies and special occasions as it expresses and hard to buy nowadays.

Moreover, Kat Doi Ti also sells carved wood that it is the worthy artwork from folk wisdom, skills, and refinement of craftsmen. It is the uniqueness of Mae Ta District, the world’s largest wood carving location.

• Visit Hariphunchai National Museum

Inside the museum, visitors can enjoy art objects and antiques very local to the northern region of Thailand.

Most of the articles reflect the rounded local wisdom from Lanna and Rattanakosin period, the displayed objects range from skeletons, stone tools, clay vessels, bracelets, Buddha images’ heads, tools in everyday’s use, farming utensils, iron forging tools, traditional musical instruments, and architectural decorative carved wooden items clearstory and many more.

• Continue journey to Chiang Mai Province, transfer to hotel and check in

• Overnight in Chiang Mai


Meals : Breakfast
Day 3: Chiang Mai


• Breakfast at hotel

• After breakfast start the tour and visit;

• Mae Tia Waterfall

Natural beauty of the streams flows gently, joins the others and drops to reefs as layers of water that hit the reefs resulting in a terrifying sound inserted by appropriate movement. It cannot be denied that tourists can be astonished at such elegant landscape to visit the “Mae Tia Waterfall”.

It is a natural tourist site that is suitable for tourists who love nature and admire the atmosphere among a wide variety of wood and plants to enjoy and relax all year round.

• Visit Bo Keao Silvicultural Research Station (Bo Keao Pine Park)

This Station is a part of the material survey project for making pulps under Department of Forestry. There are a lot of pines and eucalyptus demonstration garden. The pines were planted orderly like many scenes in romantic movies. Apart from the splendid scenes, the air here is damp and cold all the year. The highest average temperature is 27.3 Celsius and the lowest is 16.8 Celsius. Therefore, visitors come here to relax and take photos with the atmosphere.

• Visit Ban Rai Phai Ngam

Best known for its high quality traditional cotton woven, it is recommended that you visit the museum of Pa (Aunt) Sanda Bansit (her own house) by Mae Ping River where her and her trainee’s natural dyed cotton works are exhibited.

• Visit Wat Phra That Doi Noi

Wat Phra That Doi Noi is located on the mountain; a stupa is situated on the top. As legend goes, Queen Camadhevi had it built when she came to ascend the throne at Lamphun as invited by the hermit Sudheva in 658 AD.

The stupa accordingly, is said to a magical object that one should come to worship. People also believes that there is a treasure hidden inside some cave, of which entrance has yet to be found as it was long closed. Still, people often spot a tree angle that stays there to guard the cave.

• Visit Wat Phra That Sri Chom Thong

It was assumed that Wat Phra that Sri Chom Thong was built around the thirteenth century to house the relics from the right part of the head of Buddha.

The temple is also home to the meditation centre founded in 1991 by Phra Dhammungkalajarn Vi (Phra Ajarn Thong Sirimungkalo). The centre is located in the monastery and takes up to two-third of the temple area. It welcomes a large number of those who wish to practice meditation either in person or in group.

• Transfer to hotel

• Overnight in Chiang Mai


Meals : Breakfast
Hotel List:

• Accommodation @ Lampang

Hotel: Lampang River Lodge

Room: Standard

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• Accommodation @ Chiang Mai

Hotel: Hmong Hilltribe Lodge

Room: Standard

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• Rates are per person
• A minimum 2 adults per booking is required
• Child’s rates are for children between 3 and 12 years old occupying the parents’ room without bed, if bed request, adult rate will apply
• Accommodation in hotels is subject to availability. If the listed hotel is fully booked, alternate accommodation will be booked within the same hotel category without surcharge/reduction.
• If no hotel in same category available, we preserve the right to apply a surcharge for any higher category or a reduction for any lower category.
• Flight schedule is subject to availability, we reserve the right to change without prior notice.

Service included:

• 1 night accommodation on twin sharing with breakfast at Lampang
• 2 nights accommodation on twin sharing with breakfast at Chiang Mai
• Private tour
• Admission fee to all places indicated in the program
• English-speaking guide
• Private transportation by land as mention in the program
• Meals as mention in the program
• Air ticket Bangkok - Lampang

Service does not include:

• Optional tours or excursions not mentioned in the program
• Other meals not mentioned in the program
• Personal expenses such as drinks, snacks and tips
• Hotel's early check-in and late check-out charge


• The program can be changed subjected to the weather and flight schedule for suitable without prior notice.
• Any rejection of meals or tour program is non-refundable.


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