Lampang, which also well-known as Nakhon Lampang differentiate from Lampang Area. Lampang is in the top 3 largest cities in northern Thailand and capital of Lampang Area and the Lampang district. Traditional names for Lampang such as Khelang Nakhon and Wiang Lakon. The city is a trading and transportation hub in Thailand. Lampang located 605 km (100mi) north of Bangkok and 100 km (60 mi) southeast of Chiang Mai. Lampang town is in the valley of the Wang River, surrounded by the Phi Pan Nam Range on the east and the Khun Tan Range on the west. The river, a primary tributary of the Chao Phraya, flows through the city. Currently, downtown Lampang has full-grown in the southeast of the river along Bunyawat and Pahon Yothin Roads.
Lampang Airport is a domestic airport that serves Lampang, the capital city of Lampang Province, Thailand. The New Terminal at Lampang Airport completed on end of September 2015 and first opened to the public on end of October 2015. Lampang Airport has a bigger plan which is to expand its runway length from 1,971 metres (6,470 ft) long up to 2,155–2,200 metres (7,050–7,220 ft) long and to add more aircraft parking spaces from 3 to 5 for gain additional flight to depart and land here. The airport provides land public transportation such as bus and taxi for people to go in and out of the airport. Currently, there is one airline operator that provide flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Lampang Airport which operated by Bangkok Airways.
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The most suitable time to visit Lampang is during the dry and cool seasons in between November until early of month April. In the south, the weather differs between the western and eastern coasts. The weather on the east coast is suitable for most of the year, with the little rainfall in January until February and the highest in November. The west coast is more popular among travellers during the winter months, when diving and snorkelling activity will be at its best.
Doi Khun Tan National Park - Doi Khun Tan National Park includes the rocky area of the Khun Tan Range in Lamphun and Lampang Area in northern Thailand. Well-known in 1975 as Thailand's top 10 national parks, it is an IUCN Category V protected area measuring 255.30 square kilometres (98.58 sq. mi). The park ranges in elevation from 326 m up to 1,373 m. Doi Khun Tan National Park is known as Thailand's longest railroad tunnel about 1,354 metres long.
Ratsadaphisek Bridge - Ratsadaphisek Bridge is an old bridge across Wang River around Tambon Hua Wiang, City of Lampang, Lampang Province, northern Thailand. It serves to join the inner and outer city of Lampang. The bridge is made from a wooden bridge and can withstand any load above it until today. It is one of the popular attractions in Lampang.
Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao - Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao also called as"monastery of the Emerald Buddha on the water jar knoll" among locals. It is the main Buddhist temple in Lampang, Thailand. The first Mon ruler of Lampang originated the temple. The temple's Mon-style chedi in which is supposed to contain a strand of the Buddha's hair that is 52 metres (160 ft) tall. Feel free to visit here to see the beautiful and unique temple in Lampang.