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Wat Khao Somphot

This temple is located 38 kilometers from Amphoe Chai Badan. There are 19 caves with natural stalactites and stalagmites surrounding the mountainous temple. Recommended caves to visit include Tham Yai...

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Wat Khao Wongkhot (Bat Cave)

Covering an area of nearly 12 acres, Wat Khao Wongkot is situated approximately 4 kilometers from Ban Mi City. The temple was built in the middle of three mountains with a reclining Buddha enshrined a...

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Wat Lai

Located on the bank of Maenam Bang Kham in Amphoe Tha Wung, approximately 24 kilometers from town, the Ayutthaya-period temple is famous for its chapel. Decorated with stucco in various designs showca...

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Wat Mani Chonlakhan

Built during the reign of King Mongkut, this temple was originally called Wat Ko Kaew as it was located on a small island – “Ko” means island in Thai. Many ancient structures and sta...

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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 Maha That

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 San Paolo

A Jesuit Church founded by the Portuguese during the reign of King Narai the Great, Wat San Paulo is situated approximately 3 kilometers east of town, off of Ramdaecho Road. The word San Paulo is prob...

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Wat Sao Thong Thong

Located on Rue de France, a road which connects the palace-museum named Phra Narai Ratchaniwet and Ban Wichayen, this ancient temple was originally divided into two temples. Ayutthaya’s governor...

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Wat Thammikaram

The canal side temple located on the west bank of Bang Kham canal, Wat Thammikaram was formerly known as Wat Khang Khao (Bat Temple). This was due to the fact that many thousands of bats used to live ...

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Wat Yang Na Rangsi (Lop Buri Boat Museum)

Located on the bank of the Lop Buri River, 9 kilometers south of the town center along the Lop Buri-Bang Pahan route is Wat Yang Na Rangsi. The temple is famous for its Buddha images, which are made o...

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