Lampang province is steeped in Northern Thailand’s history and culture. The city was for some years home to the revered Emerald Buddha that is now in the Grand Palace in Bangkok. It is a city of unique sites including what is probably one of Thailand’s oldest wooden structures, and what many consider Northern Thailand’s most impressive temple. It’s also one of very few cities in the kingdom where tourists can visit sites on horse carts.
Being one of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)’s 55 secondary destinations under its Amazing Thailand Go Local campaign, Lampang is easily visited by train or
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