Lamphun Temples Tour

Price : Please contact us Time : 08.00-12.30 pm.
Half day Tour to visit Lamphun Temples
Lamphun Thailand is a small province in the northern part of Thailand but its history takes a crucial part in Lanna era. Lamphun, back in the day, was known as Hariphunchai which had Phra Nang Chamthewi (Queen Chamthewi) as a pioneer ruler.

Tour Itinerary:
* 08:30 - Leave from the hotel in Chiang Mai towards the southern part (26 kms). Lamphun 
* 09:00 As you enter the city, the remnants of the old fortified city walls and the surrounding moat, constructed in the 16th century, are still evident.
* 09:30 Make a first stop at the principal temple of the province, at Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai.
* 10.30 Visit Wat Chamthewi – named after Queen Chamthewi the first ruler of Haripunchai or very well known among local people as “Wat Ku Kut” meaning the Chedi that has no top due to the lightning strike. 
* 11:30  Proceed to The Ku Chang-Ku Mah Chedi – It is special in terms of being the grave of Queen Chamthewi’s war elephant and her son’s warhorses.
* 12.30 Return to Chiang Mai.
Clothing: Polite clothes such as trousers or a long skirt should be worn for the visit to temple
Tour Includes:
* Pick up and drop off at the hotel in Chiang Mai City Area
* Sightseeing and visits as described * English-speaking guide * Admission fees as mentioned in the program.
* Travel Insurance
* Drinking Water
Type of the trip: Private tour Operated by: Wandering Star Tour

The price: Please contact us (Private tour only. Minimum 2 pax)

Photo Gallery

Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai. Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai. Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai.
Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai. Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai. Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai.
Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai. Phra That Hariphunchai - A principal landmark with golden chedi that houses the relics of Lord Buddha called Phra That Hariphunchai. The Ku Chang-Ku Mah Chedi – It is special in terms of being the grave of Queen Chamthewi’s war elephant and her son’s warhorses.
The Ku Chang-Ku Mah Chedi – It is special in terms of being the grave of Queen Chamthewi’s war elephant and her son’s warhorses. The Ku Chang-Ku Mah Chedi – It is special in terms of being the grave of Queen Chamthewi’s war elephant and her son’s warhorses. Visit Wat Chamthewi – named after Queen Chamthewi the first ruler of Haripunchai or very well known among local people as “Wat Ku Kut” meaning the Chedi that has no top due to the lightning strike.