LAMPANG — Chae Son hot springs in Lampang’s Chae Son National Park became a go-to destination of visitors from all over the country especially when the cold weather hit the north.
According to the park’s chief officer Tawan Chanprom, the cold weather in which people like dropped to 8-10 degrees Celsius, and visitors from different places are coming to warm themselves as well as enjoy in the park’s Chae Son hot springs.
During the last five days when the temperatures were at their lowest, there were around 1,000-2,000 who came to visit the park every day, specifically during the weekend. Most of them immersed themselves in the hot springs for relaxation and boiling eggs for fun.
The park will be temporarily closed on December 17-18 from 8 am to 9 am to clean the hot springs area and bathhouses, and requested visitors not to bring any kind of plastic and foam to the park.
Source: The Nation
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