The teak Trade of Chiang Mai and Lampang

Roughly between 1885 and 1941 the teak industry was an important economic activity in Chiang Mai and Lampang in North Thailand. Mostly British companies, such as the Bombay Burma Trading Corporation and the Borneo Company, were involved in this industry. After World War Two North Thailand saw a revival of this industry until the Thai government nationalized the logging industry in 1956. During this tour, we will take you to several historical places related to the heyday of the teak industry.

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Samlor tour

Heritage houses

Wat Ket Museum

The William Bain House

Gymkhana Club

Foreign Cemetery

Queripel House

Lanna Traditional House Museum

Rachadapisek Bridge

Horse Cart Center

The Louis T.Leonowens House

Forestry Department Office

Baan Sao Nak

Wat Koh Walukaram

Moung Ngwe Zin House

Wat Sri Chum

Wat Sri Rong Muang

Lampang Railway Station

From: 7,600.00 ฿