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Hor Trai Wat Tha Khae or Tha Khae Scripture Hall

Hor Trai Wat Tha Khae or Tha Khae Scripture Hall is located at Baan Tha Khae Moo.5, Tha Khae Sub-District, Muang District, Lopburi. It is situated inside Wat Tha Khae. It has been presumed that it was...

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Kraison Siharat Hall

Kraison Siharat Hall, one of King Narai the Great’s many residences, is commonly known as Phra Thinang Yen or Thale Chup Son Hall. It is located on an island surrounded by Thale Chup Son, which ...

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Kraison Siharat Hall  (The Chub Sorn Lake Pavilion or Yen Pavilion)

Kraison Siharat Hall, one of King Narai the Great’s many residences, is commonly known as PhraThinang Yen or Thale Chup Son Hall. It is located on an island surrounded by ThaleChup Son, which wa...

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Phra Prang Sam Yot

Located on Vichayen Road, approximately 200 meters from the railway station, Phra Prang Sam Yot is Lop Buri’s best known landmark and provincial symbol. A former Hindu shrine built in the 13th c...

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Prang Khaek

Prang Khaek, a shrine, is the oldest monument in Lop Buri and the oldest Khmer-style Hindu Shrine to be found in Thailand’s central region. A fascinating small compound of Khmer remains, it cons...

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Sub Jumpa Ancient Town

Sub Jumpa Ancient Town is an ancient town in Dvaravati period. It was found in 1937 in Sub Jumpa Sub-District, Tha Luang District, Lopburi Province. It is situated on the dune of central region’...

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Wat Nakhon Kosa

Within the compound of this ancient Hindu temple are many remains: a grand Chedi (stupa) of the Dvaravati period with a Prang (spire) of the Lop Buri period in front. The religious site, at first cons...

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Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat

This ancient temple also has the tallest Prang, or sacred spire, in Lop Buri. The Lop Buri-style Prang in front of the temple was built around 1157 AD when the town came under Khmer rule. The U-Thong ...

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Wat Shipa Sitaram

Wat Shipa Sitaram located at Narai Haharat road, Lopburi province. It had been deserted archeology site for many years then the venerable monk Sang restored and named Shipa Sitaram. It’s presume...

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Wat Tong Pu

Wat Tong Pu was situated in Muang district of Lopburi province near Piboonvittayalai school. The term Tong Pu means the place for soldiers muster before the battle. Wat Tong Pu is considered as the an...

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