Chae Son National Park
- Address: Tambon Wang Phra, Amphoe Mueang, Lampang 52000, Thailand, Chae Son
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: National Park, Waterfall, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Nature
Chae Son National Park is a gorgeous sanctuary of natural beauty, sprawling across an area of 592 square kilometres, located in Lampang. The major attraction here is the Chae Son Waterfall, a cascading 150m water body situated a few kilometers away from the entrance.There are other waterfalls including Mae Koon and Mae Mawn. The hike is long and challenging, but he picturesque views surrounding the trail make it seem easy. In addition to this, the place has naturally occurring hot springs, and are famed for their healing and therapeutic powers. You can also observe several animals in their natural habitats including serow, barking deer, mouse deer, Siamese hare, Malayan flying lemur, langur, macaque, golden cat, porcupine, tree shrew and wild boar here.
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Beautiful, relaxing place. I can imagine stay overnight here (it is possible here). Waterfall, egg cooking in hot springs, cold river. We got here from Lampang using shared taxi. Taxi stop is at quite hidden place (coordinates 7FRX+9P). Took about 1 hour and 30 minutes, 100 bahts per person. There may be more that one per day but we caught the one at 11:00. If you manage to get earlier do it. The sooner the better. Taxi back was quite a complicated as we had to call the driver (that didn't speak English, but one helpful Thai women translated for us) by phone.
Great waterfall. Great hot spring. Definitely need to check it out! Boil some eggs while you are there! 82 degrees water for 20 minutes!
Great park, but two-tier pricing, 40 for Thai 200 for foreigners. Leaves a bad taste. Good laugh boiling eggs in the hot spring but the hot baths were filthy and very badly organized. Thais doing hot springs should really talk to the Japanese who are ultra professional in this area.
Hot fountain. Area need more development for tourism.
Beautiful park. Greenest grass you will see. On Sen is very hot but a great relax and prep for a massage afterwards. If your local guide can get you into the national park for local price. Thais are 40 B and tourists are 500B. That's too much to pay.