Wat Chaloemprakiat is perched high on top a rocky hill in Lampang’s countryside, nearly 1,000 metres above sea level, offering you a truly unique Buddhist shrine and temple visiting experience. Apart from the temple’s location being the pinnacle of its emerging fame, here you’ll get a spectacular and panoramic view of the Thung Thung valley below.
A major place for relaxation in Lampang is the Chae Son National Park, which is located in Mueang Pan district area. It can be reached by taking Highway No.1035 taking a left turn at Km. 59. A further 17 kilometer is a lush forested and mountainousregion with a 73-Celsius hot spring over rocky terrain, providing a misty and picturesque scene particularly in the morning.
Thai Elephant Conservation Center On the road from Lampang to Chiang Mai is the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center, the oldest and only government sponsored elephant centre in Thailand, where the King’s white elephants are housed, visitors can learn about elephants, and elephant demonstrations are regularly performed. The Thai Elephant Conservation Center & Elephant Hospital (TECC) founded in 1993 under Royal Patronage, is located on the left-hand side when driving from Chiang Mai to Lampang. More than 50
There is no mandatory standard or qualification to coach Muay Thai in Thailand so it is better that you check that your chosen gym/instructor has the relevant qualifications. Master Burklerk followed the time-consuming route of completing all of the Sports Authority of Thailand and The Board of Boxing Sports Coaches licenses. After he finished fighting he knew he wanted to be a coach and knew also that being a former Lumpinee Champ and Golden era