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Thai Elephants Conservation Centre  - It is the only facility in the world devoted to the training of elephants for timber work using these pachyderms as labourers. There are performances and training demonstrations.

Chao Pho Pratu Pha Shrine  - Legend has it that Chao Pho Pratu Pha was a great warrior of the Lampang ruler. He once fought Burmese invaders to block their advance at Pratu Pha and died fighting with his two swords still in his hands and his body still leaning against the hillside. To honour the brave warrior, the people build the shrine which has since become a sacred and revered place of worship.

Tham Pha Thai National Park  is located between Mueang Lampang and Ngao districts just off the main

highway at km.665-666, some 60 kilometres from the provincial town.

Ban Chang Luang  is a facility established by Khru Kam - aye Dejduangta -  It has an extensive collection

of wood-carvings made by Kru Kam-aye himself and serves as a school to train those intending to become

artisans and to provide occupations for the local people.

Chae Son National Park  A major place for relaxation in Lampang  - which is located in Mueang Pan district area. It features a lush forested and mountainous region with a 73 Celsius hot spring over rocky terrain, providing a misty and picturesque scene, particularly in the morning.

Namtok Wang Kaeo  is Lampang's largest waterfall.

Doi Khuntan National Park  - This Park is located within Lampang and Lamphun, has an area of 225 square kilometres and an altitude of 1,272 meters. Access to the park is possible by taking Lampang - Lamphun highway and branching off at Km. 47 for 18 km's., but the easiest way is by train to Khuntan station. The Doi Khuntan area was first explored early this century when German engineers were excavating Thailand's longest tunnel ( some 1.3 kilometres ) on the Bangkok - Chiang Mai railway line. The main trail climbs from Khuntan station to park headquarters and bungalows belonging to the State Railways, a missionary part and the Royal Forestry Department.

Camping sites are also available; campers must bring their own tents and the camping equipment.

Lampang Province, Places to visit around the Province, Doi Khuntan National Park

Lampang Province, Page 7,Interesting places to visit, Kiu Lom Dam, Wat Phra That. Lampang Province, Page 9, Wat Sichum, and Festivals around the Province.