Sleepy timber town

Lampang is a sleepy river town with stunning old timber houses built by Burmese and Chinese traders. These grand mansions show the wealth of times long gone. Neglected for years, now lovingly restored and turned into hostels, cafés and art centres by passionate locals and creative entrepreneurs who are discovering Lampang’s many charms. 
On weekends the town comes alive with visitors who flock here for the Kad Kong Ta street market with local produce and handicrafts celebrating the city’s unique heritage.

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Places to stay

Rachamankha Boutique Hotel
Lanna style architecture in the heart of Chiang Mai
6 Ratchamanka 9 Alley, Phra Sing, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai
Trace Hotelistro
Hostel above the famous jazz bar Thapae East
92-94 Thapae Road, Chang-Moi Subdistrict, Chiang Mai
The Riverside Guest House
Charming timber guesthouse with riverside garden
286 Talad Gao Road, Lampang
Baan Boo Loo Village
An eco-lodge that produces zero waste and offers you a green and peaceful stay in the heart of Chiang Mai
Soi 3Kor Intawaroroj 3 Road Sriphum, Chiang Mai