Lampang


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Lampang

 

a city in northern Thailand, administrative center of the changwat (province) of Lampang. Population, 36,500 (1960). Lampang is an important transportation point on the main railroad line between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. The city has small-scale sugar and textile enterprises.

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Iran's Ravaei participated in the men's javelin throw competitions at the multi-purpose Lampang Province Stadium, also known as Nong Kra Ting Stadium, in the northern Thai province of Lampang, and managed to stand on the top podium, Iran's Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs website reported.
Engineering assignments for EA Solar Lampang solar PV (photovoltaic) power plant in Thailand.
Jinakul, originally from the Lampang province in northern Thailand, attended one of the best schools in her province as a child.
Foundation, Aid for Lepers in Lampang province, and the PMMV.
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FAE has treated 3,900 elephants since founder Soraida Salwala opened the hospital in MaeYao National Reserve, Lampang, in 1993.
From Thailand, the blood samples were collected from Trat and Chantaburi (TC, Eastern area), Kanchahaburi (KC, Western area), and from Nan, Chiang Rai and Lampang (NCL, Northern area).
The Ancient Kingdom package also visits Lampang for a tour in horse-drawn carriages, originally imported from England for use by Thai nobility.
The new partnership will enable passengers of Garuda Indonesia a smooth transit in Bangkok to connect to Thailand's top holiday destinations as well as the region's favourites which include: Samui, Lampang, Phuket, Udon Thani, Krabi, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phnom Penh, Luang Prabang and Dhaka.