火火的路四喜This elephant conservation center was established in 1993. It is currently the only state-owned elephant conservation center in Thailand and the only elephant nursing home in Thailand. The elephants in the center come from all over Thailand. The breeding of elephants in Thailand requires a license. Anyone without a license is confiscated. All the elephants that were lost or handicapped or abandoned on the road were sent here. At present, more than 70 elephants have been adopted, including many injured, sick and old elephants. The center has the first elephant hospital in Thailand to provide treatment services for these elephants. Although the conservation center has long-term corporate sponsorship, elephants are really good at eating. Asian elephants eat 150 to 200 kilograms of food a day. The cost of the elephant’s food is a burden on the conservation center, so healthy elephants in the park must also perform Earning food is a bit similar to the concept of paying for the family. I agree with this concept very much. Only self-sufficiency can last for a long time. If the park has sufficient funds, elephants can eat better. This is different from the for-profit elephant park around Chiang Mai. No one would abuse elephants here.
M49***70Here is the oldest wooden building preserved in Thailand. It was built in 1476. It is also known as the most beautiful Lanna style temple in Northern Thailand. It is a must-see attraction when traveling to Lampang!
M44***33The Emerald Buddha in the Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok was stored here from 1436 to 1468. In this temple, you can see the typical Burmese-style Buddha statues and the decoration of glass mosaics, which seem to be telling its uniqueness. history.
M44***33It is a beautiful teak house, built in 1895, rich Lana style, by 116 square teak pillars supported, brilliant. It shows a lot of antiques, silver, china, Taibei handicrafts, etc., worth a visit.
M44***33There is a very special solid gold Buddha statue in this temple. It is 38 cm high and weighs 1,507 grams. It was made in the 15th century. Legend has it that there is a Buddha skull relic embedded on its head and a golden palm leaf engraved with Bali Yu on its chest. The hair line and the robe line are studded with precious stones. Sao means 20 in the Northern Thai dialect. There are 20 white stupas in this temple.
#holidayvacation If you are up for a full day of adventuring off the beaten path, we have just the idea for you… The town of Lampang is not on most Western tourists’ radar, but it is home to one of the most magical sites in northern Thailand.
Khun Tan national park -Lampoon & Lampang, Thailand. This national park is located in both Lampoon & Lampang provinces. It takes only one an half hour drive from ChiangMai to get there. Good time to go is in winter. #triplocal
Mae Mo Power Plant, Lampang, Thailand: This attraction is where we can learn about electricity or power plant of Thailand. There is a big park for relaxing as well. The location is about 2-3 hours from Chiang Mai by driving. #wintergetaway
Mae Mo, Lampang, Thailand: This is a flower field that is good to visit during November - December. Lampang is a couple hours away from Chiang Mai by driving. The yellow flower is an iconic of this beautiful field. #wintergetaway
Chae Son National Park, Lampang - Thailand: This is a viewpoint to see a kind of flower called Dok Siew in Thai with white color which maybe like Mountain Ebony or St. Thomas Tree. This place is located nearby the road back from Lampang to ChiangMai
Wat Chaloem Phra Kiet Phrachomklao Rachanusorn, Lampang - Thailand: This is s temple that has been claimed as one of the “Unseen Thailand”. There are some pagodas on the top of the mountain. We have to take a 4 wheels drive to the parking on the mountain and walk for a while to get there.
Chae Son Hotspring, Lampang - Thailand: This is a famous hot springs in the north part of Thailand and it is located in the national park. Normally Thai people always enjoy boiling eggs in the hot spring water. They also have seperated room to enjoy the hot springs water as well.
Today's trip to Thailand is in Lampang, and dinner is served at the Bang Long Garden Restaurant in Lampang. When I entered here, I heard the music repercussing Teresa Tengs classic repertoire. I was very kind and very emotional. At that moment, I thought that I hope that the influence of Chinese people is getting bigger and bigger. I hope that Chinas influence will be bigger and bigger. In many cases, it will inexplicably provoke personal patriotism. Banglong Restaurant, this should be the most casual rural village restaurant in Lampang. Of course, the price is not cheap, but the service attitude and taste are good value for money. The Banglong Garden Restaurant is full of warmth and love, and the environment is special. Good, the surrounding look is a desirable paradise.
At a distance of 100 kilometers from Chiang Mai, there is a small town called Lampang, which takes about an hour from Chiang Mai to Lampang. If you are tired of tourists in Chiang Mai, you may come to Lampang. The reason why I noticed this place is because I read that there are more than 40,000 overseas Chinese and Chinese, but after I found out, most of them would not say it. The most famous in Nanbang is the carriage. You can see the carriages in the city everywhere. It is also a place where Burmese temples are concentrated. If you are interested in Lanna culture, don't miss it.