This is the fourth and last day of my trip to Northern Thailand. The trip was organized by TAT for local Thai media. The main audience is for domestic tourists, but I think some places will be of interest to foreign tourists as well. During the trip we visited Uttaradit, Lampang, Lamphun and Tak provinces. Click for tweets from Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3. Also visit Thailand Photo Map for GPS coordinates and more photos of the places we visited.
Good morning from Li district in Lamphun in Northern Thailand. Very foggy at the moment but no rain forecasted today pic.twitter.com/dQfh6rw5WS— Richard Barrow (@RichardBarrow) September 19, 2015
Hilltribe village near Maha Chedi Si Wiang Chai has no electricity or running water. They live the traditional way pic.twitter.com/mTED4kUjPR— Richard Barrow (@RichardBarrow) September 20, 2015
Visiting Ban Huay Tom hilltribe village is a good reminder that not every Thai looks, lives or shops like Bangkokians pic.twitter.com/Y92RxR6ZRC— Richard Barrow (@RichardBarrow) September 20, 2015
Rattanakosin Memorial Bridge (สะพานสมโภชกรุงรัตนโกสินทร์ 200 ปี) in Tak was built in 1982 & is 700 meters long pic.twitter.com/7rfsgzFJvn— Richard Barrow (@RichardBarrow) September 20, 2015
On the road back to Bangkok after a brief stop in Tak. Journey time is about 5 hours pic.twitter.com/S2zprXWnkm— Richard Barrow (@RichardBarrow) September 20, 2015