Chae Son National Park ‘All natural things that you want’
Feeling so lonely and bored on your holiday? Then don’t waste your time. Let’s get yourself to somewhere else, change your atmosphere to make you feel better. Let Chae Son National Park be introduced to you.
Chae Son National Park is one of five national park in Lampang, a very beautiful one. It’s well-known for its natural hot mineral. Wow! If you want to beautify your skin, you will love this place for sure, especially if you’re a woman. The water there is about 70-80 degree Celcius. There are rooms for you to soak your body in the water. They’re provided by the rangers of the national park. Be sure to have fun.
Beside of soaking your body, you can never skip boiling eggs in the water too. This activity is cute and very popular in every hot springs. You just buy some eggs, which are in baskets, lower them into the water, and wait for them to be cooked. When they’re cooked, eat them! They will be delicious. If you have some sauce with you, the taste will be better. Just eat those egg in the middle of natural surroundings: water, rocks, grass, trees. It’s amazing.
Beside of the hot water, there are still many interesting things at the Chae Son national park.
Chae Son Waterfall : Originated from Mae Mon Stream, this waterfall consists of 6 levels. You can walk through the area of hot water to get there.
The forest of Siew Ban : If you travel to Chae Son National park during January-February, you will want to see Siew Ban flowers blooming. They’re located along the road Chae Son-Ban Pa Miang.
Ban Pa Miang : This is a village located in the national park. It’s surrounded with beautiful natural resources. You can get there to take lots of nice photos.
Pha Ngam Cave : You will want to explore a cave at least for once in lifetime
Admission: 200 Baht for adult and 100 Baht for children
How to get there
Chae Son national park is located in Wang Ngoen District, Lampang Province. You can get there by a car. Just keep going along the Highway No.1035. After you reach the 58th kilometre, turn left to switch to the Highway No.1287 instead. Continue straight until you reach an intersection. Turn right and keep going along the Highway No.1252 for about 11 kilometres. Then you should find your way to turn left to the national park.
If you don’t have a car, a bus can get you there. Just find one in front of The Old Market Road. The service fee will be about 50 Baht. For more comfortable and save time, you can book the private tour to Lampang for your group.