Lampang River Lodge

330 Moo 11 Tambol Chompoo ,Amphur Muang, Lampang 52000
Tel: 054-336-640-1


About us

Through word of mouth, Lampang River Lodge has long been a popular hideaway for nature lovers.

Just 200 metres off the Paholyothin Road in Lampang, the resort sits on an area of 25 rai of lush green undergrowth and trees on the banks of the Wang River.

The land was formerly a farming area for local villagers and since being turned into a resort fourteen years ago more trees have been planted to provide a shady and natural environment for our guests to experience their time here close to nature.

Our nature loving guests enjoy wandering around our vast grounds and we have placed signs in English and Latin of our tropical trees and plant names.

The resort was recently awarded the Unseen Paradise in Thailand award by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).

The resort is environmentally-friendly and works closely with the local community.

We have a good water treatment system to prevent the release of waste water into the Wang River and our light bulbs are electricity saving.


The resort provides 60 bungalows for accommodation, numerous relaxation corners both indoors and out, a standard swimming pool, a three-rai wide pond, boat paddling activities and a 4.5 kilometre walk or jogging path.
Cycling is a popular activity with our guests and a cycle in the village will give you a glimpse of the traditional way of life such as the small village kiln industry and paddy fields.

Wat Prathat Lampang Luang temple is only 7 kilometres from the resort.

Thai traditional massage is also provided. All of our masseurs and masseuses are professionally trained by instructors from Ayuravej College, the experienced institute of traditional massage.
The massage will be provided in shared or private massage rooms.

A seminar room with a capacity of 100 seats is available.
We pride ourselves on our philosophy of community participation and our seminar room is often used for community programs such as for aerobics for villagers or for the fishing festival.
Traditional music is also provided to welcome seminar participants and accompany your dinner in the evening.

The resort also provides 24-hour security service to ensure your safety.

Half Day Lanna Bike

Start your day early so as not to miss out on anything! The cycling program offers you a wonderful day exploring a stunning 20-kilometre route through an unspoilt rural village.
You will visit the local market and ceramic home industry to learn about the process of pottery creation as well as the local people and their lifestyle.
After visiting Wat Prathat Lampang Luang - one of the most beautiful temples in the North that dates back more than 1,300 years - you will return to the Lampang River Lodge.

Package of Half Day Lanna Bike (Now 31 OCTOBER 2010)
Net price 700 baht for normal bike (per person) (Min 2 Persons)

Service Includes:
1) Bike
Drinking water or soft drink and cool towels
Route guide
A car or truck service along the route.

Normal bike 150 baht an hour


All 60 bungalows were built in the style of Lanna architecture using local materials. All bungalows have level floors and teak shingles or earthen tiles are used on the roofs. The bungalows' outer walls are made of wood while the inner walls are white cement. Wooden furniture is used to decorate the rooms in order to soften the effects of the cement walls.

Lampang River Lodge offers three types of accommodation
1. standard (Single bed, Twin Bed, Tribed)
2. superior (Single bed, Double Bed, Tribed)
3. deluxe (Single bed, Twin Bed, Tribed)

To provide you with exactly what you want, all rooms are air conditioned, spacious and have terraces, separate living rooms and a bathroom with garden view.


The resort has two restaurants, Bua Tong and Sala Rim Wang, which serve luscious Thai, Lanna-style and Italian cuisine daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

During your stay at Lampang River Lodge, we invite you to discover an idyllic secret route that meanders through the village and past incomparable scenery.

About Lampang

Famous for its horse-drawn carriages and with a rooster as its provincial emblem, Lampang boasts a long history of human settlements on the Wang River basin , some of which dating back to more than 1,000 years. It is rich in archaeological evidence reflecting ancient civilisations of Hariphunchai, Lanna and Burma .

Lampang is also famous for ceramics production. It became a centre of ceramic production when three tradesmen from China traced the source of some quality white clay to Jae Hom district in 1947. Nowadays, there are nearly 200 ceramics factories in Lampang and the best products are made for export.

Lampang also houses the Elephant Conservation Centre, the location of the world's only elephant hospital. Situated on the Lampang-Chiang Mai Superhighway, a number of elephants are trained here for logging. The centre also provides elephant shows which include various activities such as bathing, working, logging and exotic elephant riding.

With fertile natural surroundings, Lampang offers several attractive tourist sites including Doi Khuntan National Park which is a famous camping site with nature trails; Chae Son National Park which covers several attractive spots including hotsprings, Chae Son, and Mae Mon Waterfalls and Doi Luang National Park which has Wang Kaeo Waterfall, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Lampang.

Apart from natural attractions, Lampang has countless of fascinating temples. Wat Phrathat Lampang Lunag is the most important temple of the city and embraces genuine Lanna architecture and art which are rarely these days elsewhere in the region.

Lampang is administratively divided into the following districts: Muang, Thoen, Mae Phrik, Ngao, Ko Kha, Wang Nuea, Mae Tha, Chae Hom, Sop Prap, Seom Ngam, Hang Chat, Mae Mo and Mueang Pan.