Pin Hotel Lampang

Address: 8 Suandok Road , Lampang, 52100, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 8 Suandok Road , Lampang.
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      Travel Blogs from Lampang

      Lampang

      A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Mar 12, 2015

      2 comments, 37 photos

      ... bag and headed south.    Although bigger than we first imagined, Lampang is a sleepy town compared the bustle of Chiang Mai. We were able to find a guest house along the shore of the Wang River, an area of town filled with traditional Lanna style homes of wood on stilts. Our guesthouse was the most historically authentic Thai place we have stayed yet, built of old teak wood, filled with a pond, numerous flowering plants, and comfy seats along a patio fronting the water. ...

      Wanalee at last

      A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Nov 13, 2014

      2 comments, 102 photos

      This day had finally arrived. The day Jody had promised herself would happen almost 10 years ago when she first bought a painting made by an elephant from the internet for the Tsunami fundraising appeal in 2005.

      She has always referred to the painting as an original by E. le Phant but everyone in the know, knows it was painted by Wanalee. She was 7 years old at the time and living in the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre near Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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      Visit to Lampang

      A travel blog entry by debbie.loop on Jan 11, 2014

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... was very familiar with. I had thin rice noodles and a big pork ball in a soup broth. It was very good and very filling. I am definitely struggling to maintain my weight on this trip. After lunch we stopped at the oldest and the most famous temple in Lampang. Like all of the temples in Thailand this one was beautiful. I will remember this temple because it was the first time that I ever saw a Jedi reflection through a small hole in the Ordination Hall. There was a ...

      My jungle experience with Pang Boon Me

      A travel blog entry by clairicimo on Oct 13, 2013

      7 photos

      ... To us, we thought that this was cruel and that they were hurting the elephants. As time went on we realized that the mahouts at this sanctuary had a deep connection with their elephants and that, while the hooks were used to control the elephants, they were used as humanely as possible and rarely actually hurt the elephants because of their thick skins. We also came to the understanding that in this culture elephants have been used for centuries to ease workloads and they ...

      The Day We Became Elephant Keepers

      A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Sep 06, 2013

      5 comments, 32 photos

      ... We later found out that elephants can eat up to a whopping 200kgs a day. With a spot found, our elephants were separated to avoid fighting and also chained up to a tree for the night. It was a little sad to see this, however the chain was really long so they could roam a huge radius and eat to their heart's content. We also found out that it also prevented them from getting up to too much mischief in the night, fighting with the herd as well as preventing themselves any injuries ...