Wat Pa Fang Temple


08.00 - 17.00

Contact Details


Amphoe Mueang, Lampang



Attraction Details

This temple was built during the reign of King Rama IV by Burmese Buddhists. It has a large, glittering gold chedi containing a Holy Relic brought from Myanmar around 1906. The extensive Sala Kan Parian (preaching hall) is made entirely of wood consists Burmese-style overlapping roofs. A small ubosot (ordination hall) has a Burmese-style woodwork over its roof with beautiful plaster designs over its doors. Usually there are a considerable number of Burmese monks in residence.

Opening hours: 8am-5pm

Getting there: Wat Pa Fang is located on Sanam Bin Road.


How to get there

By Car

Wat Pa Fang is located on Sanam Bin Road.

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