Lamphun's Hidden Temples and Homemade Northern-Style Lunch at My Garden Restaurant
I was born here in Lamphun, so I'll show you the beautiful temples that most travelers don't know about. Then we'll head to my Larb (spicy minced pork salad) restaurant. Enjoy our homemade Larb and other delicious Northern Thai dishes.
Food & Drink
History & Culture
Larb Kua Moo (Northern-style Spicy Minced Pork Salad with Herbs)
Gaeng Om (Northern Herb Pork Soup)
Nam Prik Noom (Green Chili Dip with Boiled Vegetables and Egg)
Khai Pam (Omelet Grilled in Banana Leaves)
Sticky Rice with Longan and Coconut Cream
All menu items are subject to seasonal availability.
Please always inform your Local Expert of your food allergies and dietary restrictions.
Meet up at our meeting point
- Railway Station (Lamphun Railway Station)
- Bus Terminal (Lamphun Provincial Transport Station)
First, we'll go to Wat San Pa Yang Luang. The carved stucco there is very beautiful.The temple is one of the 5 most beautiful temples in Thailand. In the temple of San Pa Yang, the carved stucco pattern is beautifully sculpted.
Then head to Wat Ton Kaew. At the museum in the temple, you'll get to learn more about the Yong ethnic group and their unique cotton textiles.
Homemade lunch at my garden restaurant. We grow our own longans (Lamphun's signature fruit) and you'll also get to taste them.
The end of our trip. I'll send you back at the meeting point.
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
More details about price conditions
Things to prepare for the trip
Dress appropriately, as we will visit temples along the way. (Long skirts and no revealing tops for women).
Why this trip?
If you like the ancient culture of Lanna. The real villagers. The old days of the country. And delicious food, you should come.
- Lamphun Provincial Transport Station
- Lamphun Railway Station