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“Great way to end the day!”

Chae Son National Park
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US$86.70*
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Private Full-Day Rustic Roads of Lampang from...
Ranked #2 of 26 things to do in Lampang
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Reviewed 3 February 2012

The hot springs are very healing in this beautiful national park and after a full day of sightseeing we headed there for well needed refreshing. It was late afternoon when we got there and wandered through the hot stone area to the public baths. We all hopped in the tiled pool after showering and the water was surprisingly hot. We only stayed in the pool for about 15 mins then changed and enjoyed a beautiful Thai body massage - half an hour for 80 baht. We all agreed it was a lovely place where we should have spent more time.

4  Thank lizhSydney
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Reviewed 2 February 2011

My Thai friends took me for the day to this National Park - it was one of highlights of my trip. Driving into the National Park we passed through a teak forest - which was unlike any other kind of forest I'd seen before. Very straight trunks, lots of space/light between trees and huge kind of gangly leaves (like a sycamore tree). The hot springs were beautiful and there is one large area for walking on stones amidst the hot waters (no sitting in them here) - surrounded by green and grassy areas. Lovely. People bring small bamboo baskets with fresh eggs in them and leave them in the hot springs - return later to eat soft or hard boiled eggs. Nearby is an area by a rushing river with small stone huts, each with individual stone sunken hot springs pool - you rent one for about $2 and have your own soaking hut while you listen to river. Heaven. There is also a large outdoor pavilion to get a massage - an hour for $5. I loved what I saw of Lampang province. Small agrarian villages - quite a great peaceful contrast to noisy Chiang Mai. I had hurt my foot so couldn't hike - but my friends trekked for a few hours to waterfalls and loved it.

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