Exclusive Lampang tour from Chiang Mai – Chiang Mai tours – Chiang May excursions
Chaeson National Park with Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng Temple
The exclusive Lampang tour from Chiang Mai is a private excursion with a minimum of four people.
Exclusive Lampang tour – Chiang Mai. Unseen in Thailand Lampang Province Chae Son National Park & Prabat Pu Phadaeng Temple. Includes: Transportation, entrance fees, buffet lunch, English guide, and insurance.
There is only a one-hour trek up to the magnificence of Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng Temple, a true heaven on earth, an unrepeatable destination you will never forget.
Exclusive Lampang tour from Chiang Mai – Chaeson National Park with Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng Temple Itinerary and activities
Starts From 7:00 AM / 7:30 AM daily
- Exclusive Lampang tour – Chiang Mai starts with pick up from your Hotel and drive to our first attraction. The Chae Son hot spring is the main attraction of this tour, it is inside the Chae Son national park, and is was a giant natural pool with water naturally heated at over 70 degrees.
- It’s not only an amazing experience but it provides amazing views full of mist and vegetation. That best part is that you will have the chance to bathe in these waters in specific zones.
- The Chae Son Waterfall, only a few kilometers away from the springs, we have this amazing waterfall with six levels and crystalline water flowing all the way from the high mountains. Here you will be presented with an astonishing panorama, so don’t forget your camera.
- Finally, we have Wat Phra Bat Padang, which means “King Mongkut Rajanusorn Memorial Temple” or as the villagers call it, “Giant Mountain” Here there are pavilions and temples, with an amazing pagoda at 815 meters above sea level, this pagoda is at the top of the hill with 10 sacred objects created by the monk of the villages. It took 10 years to build and at the peak of this temple, we have the Pha Daeng tower, from here you have the best view of the whole city.
- Transfer back to your hotel.
Exclusive Lampang tour from Chiang Mai – Chaeson National Park with Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng Temple KEY DETAILS:
- DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION: Your Hotel.
- DEPARTURE TIME: Program Starts From 7:00 AM / 7:30 AM daily.
- RETURN TIME: Approximately at 6:30 PM.
- WEAR: Light t-shirt – short pants – swimming suite.
- Experienced local guides, Air-conditioned vehicles with experienced driver.
- English-speaking guide.
- Includes Thai lunch.
- All admission fees as mentioned in the program.
- Transfer from / to hotel.
- Accident insurance.
- Transportation in minivan.
WHAT TO BRING
- Comfortable clothing.
- Towel, swimming suit.
- Sunblock and sunglasses.
- Your camera.
- Sport shoes.
Exclusive Lampang tour – Chiang Mai itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice to fit local weather conditions. If above tour does not meet your requirement and you wish to customize your own tour, please feel free to contact us and tell us your preference. We will do our best to provide the best service we can.
Exclusive Lampang tour from Chiang Mai – Chiang Mai tours – Chiang May excursions – Chaeson National Park with Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng Temple
Exclusive Lampang tour from Chiang Mai – Chae Son National Park
Chae Son National Park is a popular tourist destination in Lampang Province, Thailand. The park covers an area of 592 km² and is located 75 km north of Lampang town, exactly between Mueang Pan and Chae Hom districts. Here are some key features of the park:
- Natural Beauties: Chae Son National Park is known for its natural beauties, including the namesake Chae Son waterfall, caves, and hot springs.
- Hot Springs: The park is famous for its natural hot springs that deliver 82°C water, which allows visitors to relax in private huts and enjoy hot tubs with mineral water.
- Geography: The park mountains are part of the Khun Tan Range and are a vital supply of water for the surrounding area. The park reaches elevations of 2,000 meters (6,600 feet) in certain areas.
- History: Originally a Forest Park, Chae Son was designated Thailand’s 58th national park on 28 July 1988.
Here are some tips for visiting Chae Son National Park:
- The best time to visit is during the cool season from November to February. This allows you to enjoy the hot springs more comfortably and avoid the rainy season.
- Wear comfortable shoes and clothing that can get wet, as you’ll want to take part in activities like hiking to the waterfall, exploring caves, and bathing in the hot springs. Bring a swimsuit.
- Stop by the park’s visitor center first to pay the entrance fee, get a map, and learn with our tour guide about the park’s attractions and trails.
- Hiking to the Chae Son waterfall is a popular activity, but be prepared for a steep hike of about 1-2 hours each way. The waterfall cascades in multiple tiers down a cliff and is quite picturesque.
- Food stalls inside the park offer local Thai dishes and snacks. There are also some restaurants near the park entrance.
- While the park is open year-round, rainy season (May-Oct) may cause certain trails and activities to be closed. Check conditions before your visit.
Exclusive Lampang tour from Chiang Mai – Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng Temple
Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng is a minor Thai temple in Chae Hom County, Lampang Province. Doi Pu Yak is another name for Doi Phrabat Pu Pha Daeng. The temple is built on a hill and provides panoramic views of the lowlands below. The Buddha’s footprint etched on a massive stone base is the temple’s major feature. The temple also includes white pagodas perched on mountain peaks, which are popular photo locations for visitors. Visitors must ascend a staircase to reach the summit of the hill, which can take some time. The temple is one of Thailand’s lesser-known attractions.
Wat Phra Bat Pupha Daeng Key Points:
- Also known as Doi Pu Yak or Doi Phrabat Pu Pha Daeng.
- Situated on a hilltop, offering panoramic views of the surrounding valleys.
- Main attraction is a large stone base with Buddha’s footprint inscription.
- Has white pagodas on the mountain tops, which are popular photo spots.
- Requires climbing a staircase to reach the top of the hill.
- Considered one of the more unseen/off-the-beaten-path temples in Thailand.
- The temple’s hilltop location in Lampang Province makes it a bit remote and likely less visited by tourists compared to more famous temples in major cities like Bangkok.
- But it offers scenic views and an interesting Buddha footprint attraction for those looking to explore lesser-known temples in Thailand.