Flight times from Bangkok to Lampang

Nok Air and Bangkok Airways operate daily flights from Bangkok to Lampang.

Flight Schedule from Bangkok to Lampang

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

Bangkok - Lampang ฿ 2,814–3,940 1h 35m
  •   Economy 08:15, 11:55, 16:55

Bangkok Airport

Flights to Lampang depart from both Suvarnabhumi International Airport, 999 หมู่ 1 Nong Prue, Amphoe Bang Phli, Chang Wat Samut Prakan 10540 and Don Mueang International Airport, 222 Vibhavadi Rangsit Rd, Khwaeng Sanambin, Khet Don Mueang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10210, Thailand.

Google Map of Suvarnabhumi Airport

Lampang Airport

Flights from Bangkok arrive at Lampang Airport, Phrabat, Mueang Lampang District, Lampang 52000.

Google Map of Lampang Airport

About Lampang

Lampang is a town in Northern Thailand with a town centre population of around 60,000 permanent residents. Lampang is believed to have been founded in the 7th Century, although the city was extensively rebuilt in the 13th Century when it came under the control of the newly formed Lanna Kingdom ruled by King Mengrai whose capital was Chiang Mai.

Lampang has an attractive old quarter with many teak buildings dating back the late 19th and early 20th centuries built during a period when Lampang was one of the centres of the teak logging industry attracting many foreign settlers, particularly from Burma. Lampang is also known for the horse and carriage taxi services that operate all over the town centre, although these are now priced to cater exclusively for tourists rather than commuters.

Wat Pratu Pong in Lampang
Wat Pratu Pong in Lampang

There are a number of first class tourist attractions in and around Lampang town worth visiting:

  • Kad Kong Ta: Weekend market on the Talad Gao Road in the old town area of Lampang.
  • Phra That Lampang Luang Temple: 13th Century temple located 12.8 km by road to the south west of Lampang Railway Station. Phra That Lampang Luang Temple is the principal tourist attraction in Lampang District.
  • Wat Phra Kaew Don Tao: Town centre temple which housed the famous Emerald Buddha, now in Bangkok, from 1434 to 1468.
  • Baan Sao Nak: Well preserved teak house built in 1895 and now open to visitors.

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