Bus times from Bangkok to Lampang

By public bus it about 8 hours 30 minutes to travel 589 km from Bangkok to Lampang. You can also travel by train from Bangkok to Lampang or fly from Don Muang Airport in Bangkok to Lampang Airport with low cost airline Nok Air or fly from Suvarnambumi Airport to Lampang Airport with Bangkok Air.

Bus Timetable from Bangkok to Lampang

Click on the Bangkok – Lampang link below for more information and to buy tickets.

Bangkok - Lampang ฿ 560–875 8h 30m – 15h 17m
  •   Express 07:00, 12:00, 19:00
  •   Express 44 11:30, 20:30, 21:00
  •   VIP 33 19:00, 20:00
  •   VIP 20:50, 21:30
  •   Standard 07:25, 19:50
  •   First Class 09:00, 09:15, 20:15, 20:30

Bus Station in Bangkok

Bus services to Lampang depart from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal at 798 Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10900, Thailand.

Google Map of Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal

Arrival in Lampang

Bus services from Bangkok terminate at Lampang Bus Station, Phrabat, Mueang Lampang District, Lampang 52000.

Google Map of Lampang Bus Station

About Lampang

Lampang is the third largest town in Thailand’s Northern Region, and it receives a lot less visitors than Chiang Mai which is the largest town in the Northern Region. Lampang is, however, starting to grow in popularity with foreign and domestic tourists and there are some interesting places to visit in this very old city. It’s cheap in Lampang also with fewer tourists than going to Chiang Mai.

Horse Drawn Carriages

One of the things Lampang is also known for is its horse drawn carriage which remains in use today, although largely for tourists.

Bangkok to Lampang bus
Bangkok to Lampang bus
Places to Visit in Lampang

The major attractions in Lampang are:

  • Wat Phra That Lampang Luang: A fortified temple dating back to the 15th Century.
  • Baan Sao Nak: A teak house built in 1895 with 116 pillars. Probably the best example of a wooden house in Thailand.
  • The Thai Elephant Conservation Centre: Elephant centre with a good record for animal welfare.
  • Wat Chedi Sao Lang: A temple with 20 chedi of different style, some of which are very old.
  • Wat Sri Chum: The largest Burmese style temple in Thailand.

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