Lampang River Lodge Hotel is easily accessible by the Lampang’s main road, Phaholyotin Road. Lampang River Lodge Hotel is nestled just by the town of Lampang city, only 5 kilometers away from the city complexity and giving you a chill out moment amongst the Lanna tradition & culture in the rich nature environment.
Being close to major tourist attractions is our big advantage besides the peaceful overnight. Lampang River Lodge Hotel also gives you easy visit to Lampang’s most famous attractions such as Wat Phrathat Lampang Luang, Elephant Conservation Centre, Ceramics Production and fertile National Parks.
Lampang River Lodge Address:
330 Moo 11, Tambol Chompoo, Amphur Muang, Lampang 52100 Thailand
Tel:66-54-336640 – 41 Fax: 66-54-250052
Google Maps Co-ordinates:
18.227607, 99.426295 or 18°13’39.4″N 99°25’34.7″E
Chiang Mai Office
20/1 Soi 5, Nimmanhaemin Rd., Tambon Suthep, Amphur Muang Chiang Mai,
Tel: 66-53-216-780, Fax.: 66-53-215-072
Address : 133/48 Ratchaprarop Soi 12, Ratchaprarop Rd., Makkasan,
Bangkok 10400 Thailand
Tel: 66-2-642-5497, Fax.: 66-2-246-5679
How to get to Lampang Lodge
Nok Air or Bangkok Airways has daily flights from Bangkok Donmueang or Bangkok Suvarnabhumi goes to Lampang LPT Airport respectively.
The Northern railway line from Bangkok to Chiang Mai follows via., Lampang. Hence, there are number of trains in either direction every day. The journey from Bangkok takes 10-12 hours by train approximately. From Chiang Mai, the journey takes around 2 hours. All tickets can be bought at the station itslef.
There are many buses going from Mo Chit bus terminal in Bangkok to Lampang. Many of those are continuing on to Chiang Mai.
Wat Phrathat Lampang Luang
The most important temple of the city and embraces genuine Lanna architecture and art which are rarely these days elsewhere in the region. Apart from this ancient temple, Lampang has countless of fascinating temples locating around the city.
Elephant Conservation Centre
The house of the world’s only elephant hospital. Situated on the Lampang-Chiang Mai Superhighway, a number of elephants are trained here for logging. The centre also provides elephant shows which include various activities such as bathing, working, logging and exotic elephant riding.
Lampang is Thailand’s famous hub of ceramic production. Nowadays, there are around 220 ceramics factories in Lampang and the best quality products are made for export to countries around the world.
With fertile natural surroundings, Lampang offers several attractive tourist sites including Doi Khuntan National Park which is a famous camping site with nature trails; Chae Son National Park which covers several attractive spots including hotsprings, Chae Son, and Mae Mon Waterfalls and Doi Luang National Park which has Wang Kaeo Waterfall, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Lampang.