The legendary Lampang
Temple is located in Ko Kha County, 18 km southwest of Lampang City. It is the oldest building in Lampang and the most important and most important temple. The temple was once a city site in the ancient country of Hariphunchai in Thailand. It was built by the queen of Khaliben Guess, but after the dynasty, the city was also abandoned. The temple is the only preserved in the old city. The building was rebuilt during the 16th century. The temple is dedicated to a golden Buddha statue. Every December, Buddhist festivals are held. The temples attractions include arches, 15th century huge stupa, stupa fence battle marks and Thailands oldest teak. Focus on the Viharn Nam Taem. Of course, the most amazing thing is that there is an area in the small temple on the left hand side of the main hall that can reflect the reflection of the entire stupa temple. The morning sun can be completely mapped on the arranged white cloth.