Kad Kong Ta
Kad Kong Ta in the past was most prosperous market on the bank of the Wang river. It was call
"Ta Lad Chin" (Chinese Market) by Lampang residents in those days because there were many foreigners living in this area, especially Chinese peoples. Visiting the old houses, you will see the display of architecture, which combines the European, Chinese and Burmese styles. These buildings are over 100 years old, and are unique example of Thai contemporary artisans.
Chae Son National Park
The park is headwater catchment area of a stream that flows into the Wang River.
The combination of forests, together with natural hot springs, the symbol of Chae Son, as well as an appropriate and sensitive area development plan paved the way for Chae Son National Park.
Pra Keaw Don Tao Temple
The temple was built on the site of the original ancient temple. It was the house of the Emerald Buddha image. Which has now been shifted to Wat Phrathat Lampang Luang. The Mondapa is an imitation of the Mondalay Burmese style architecture.
Pra That Lampang Luang Temple
Wat Phrathat Lampang Luang house the image of Emerald Buddha which is the provincial integral to Lampang province. Inside the temple is the Nam Tam Vihara that is the open-side. . These are beautiful and interesting Lanna style murals. The Chedi particularly symbolic for people who are born in the year of the ox. You can see the reflection shadow picture of the Chedi that appears in the Ubosot.
THAI ELEPHANT CONSERVATION CENTER
Thai Elephant Conservation Center (TECC) is the only place for elephant training in the world. TECC founded in 1993 under Royal Patronage, cares for more 50 elephants in a beautiful forest. Beyond being an exciting tourist experience.