Where is Lampang Located?
Thailand‘s North is known for its wild nature, original agriculture and numerous historic buildings that take you back to Thailand’s rich past. Lampang is such a historic province and even today it has much to offer. Even though many tourists here usually only travel on the way to Chiang Mai, the charm of the province has become more and more common in recent years.
What Country is Lampang in?
The Lampang area extends along the Mae Nam Wang River. It flows through the valley of the Phi Pan Nam mountains, where agricultural products are cultivated.
The province has rich Deposits of brown coal, marble and white clay, from the famous pottery of the North to be manufactured.
The capital of the province of Lampang with the same name is located about 80 km south of Chiang Mai and has a population of just over 55,000. The city is located in a picturesque setting, nestled in gentle rolling hills and lush green forests. On the streets horses gently pull pretty carriages.