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g_translate Thai name : วัดพระธาตุสันดอน
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Wat Phra That San Don Lampang
Lampang Bamboo Bridge
Bamboo Bridge Wat Phra That San Don Lampang
Wat Phrathat San Don is about thirty kilometers from Lampang city. Although its buildings are clearly not among the finest Buddhist buildings in Thailand, its bamboo bridge is becoming famous. It is 360 meters long and passes over the rice paddies and connects the edge of Road 11 (just after the Thin Thai coffee) to the temple itself. The place is particularly photogenic when the rice is planted and the fields have a beautiful emerald green colour. The ideal time to come is probably from mid-July to the end of September.

At the end of the bridge, there is a Naga staircase leading to the temple chedi and other elements still under construction. It is up to you to choose where you want to start, with the temple but the road to get there is longer, or with the bridge easily accessible from main road 11.

Practical information about Wat Phra That Sandon Bamboo Bridge

No admission fee

How to get to Wat Phra That Sandon Bamboo Bridge ?

There is no public transport to come Wat Phrathat San Don. The best to come is to have your own transportation or hire a driver. Access to the beginning of the bridge is on the side of road number 11 in Phitsanulok - Lampang direction. From Lampang, head towards Phrae, you will see signs indicating where to u-turn for a few hundred meters before arriving at the bamboo bridge (right after the Thai Thai coffee). If you do not have any mean of transport, see with your hotel or negotiate with a yellow and green car to take you here, wait for you and take you back to Lampang city.
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Rules to respect when visiting a temple

Wat Phra That Sandon Bamboo Bridge is a temple and when you visit a temple in Thailand there are some rules to know and follow :

  • Dress properly (knees and shoulders should be covered)
  • Take off your shoes when entering the buildings
  • Be quiet
  • Don't hug or kiss
  • Don't point your feet to Buddha's image
  • Don't smoke

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