Chae Son National Park - Lampang, Thailand

Took this photo while standing on a rock
Lampang is a province of Thailand situated in the north. It covers an area of about 592 square km. It borders the province of Sukothai, Chiang Rai, Lamphun, Phayao, Phrae, Chiang Mai and Tak.
Blessed with flora and fauna along with waterfalls, hot springs and caves, Chae Son National Park is one of the must see spots in Lampang. The park became Thailand's 58th National Park on July 28, 1988. It is an important tourism place for the province and to the entire nation.
Dunno what's written but people boil their eggs here

There are many interesting things that can be done in the park. I was there 2 years ago and enjoyed boiling eggs in the hot spring. Also, the stunning Chae Son Waterfall is just somewhere near. The sound of the water flowing and its impact hitting the stones? (Hmmm....music to my ear). It was truly a wonderful experience.

3 comments:

Bobi said...

I can hear it! That is so peaceful, thanx for hearing me!

Bobi said...

Those green forests....not only do I "hear" the water, but I can "smell" those trees and shrubbery. No, I'm not nuts, I just have a very good immagination! Always played in the woods, by the streams as kids. Guess some smells just don't leave you. Thank you for the beautiful photos. Very tranquil.

Popsie said...

This place is really wonderful.. I really had a beautiful memories in this place...

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