Settlements similar to or like Lamphun

Town (thesaban mueang) in northern Thailand, capital of Lamphun Province. Wikipedia

  • Phayao

    Town in northern Thailand, capital of Phayao Province. Divided into the sub-districts of Mae Tam and Wiang, tambon of Mueang Phayao District. Wikipedia

  • Mueang Lamphun District

    Capital district (amphoe mueang) of Lamphun Province, northern Thailand. Neighboring districts are (from the south clockwise) Mae Tha and Pa Sang of Lamphun Province, San Pa Tong, Hang Dong, Saraphi of Chiang Mai Province, Ban Thi of Lamphun and Mae On of Chiang Mai. Wikipedia

  • Town (thesaban mueang) in north-west Thailand, capital of the Tak Province and the Tak district. Area of 7.27 km². Wikipedia

  • Kamphaeng Phet

    Town in central Thailand, former capital of the Kamphaeng Phet Province. It covers the complete tambon Nai Mueang of the Mueang Kamphaeng Phet district. Wikipedia

  • Buriram

    Town (thesaban mueang) in Thailand, capital of Buriram Province, about 300 km northeast of Bangkok. The town occupies tambon Nai Mueang of Mueang Buriram District. Wikipedia

  • Phrae

    Town (thesaban mueang) in northern Thailand, capital of Phrae Province. The town occupies tambon Nai Wiang of Mueang Phrae District. Wikipedia


    Sentences forLamphun

    • When four southern armies showed up at Lamphun, 20 km south of Chiang Mai, on 25 November 1564, the commanders leading Chiang Mai's defenses simply fled the city.Bayinnaung-Wikipedia
    • Phraya Chaban was made Governor of Chiang Mai with the title of Phraya Wichienprakarn (Boonma), while Phraya Kawila and Phraya Waiwongsa governed Lampang and Lamphun respectively.Taksin-Wikipedia
    • Prince Khram defeated King Boek in personal combat on elephant-back at Khua Mung, a village near Lamphun.Mangrai-Wikipedia
    • While still living in the area of Fang he was visited by merchants from the Mon kingdom of Haripunchai (Haripunjaya, now known as Lamphun).Mangrai-Wikipedia
    • Mangrai then expanded to the south and subjugated the Mon kingdom of Hariphunchai (centered on modern Lamphun) in 1281.Lan Na-Wikipedia
    • Under Siamese suzerainty, Lan Na kingdom was divided into five smaller principalities, namely the Chiang Mai, Nan, Lampang, Lamphun, and Phrae.Lan Na-Wikipedia

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