- Wat Dharmikarama (The Bat Temple)
- Khao Som Phot Wildlife Sanctuary
- Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat
- Phra Narai Ratchaniwet
Being the second capital of the reign of King Narai the Great, Lop Buri is a city with a long History. It's not wrong to say that Lop Buri is the most prosperous of that era. Today, Lop Buri is still charming and well-known to people around the world. This province is full of diversity. Whether beautiful historic sites, valuable stories interesting, beautiful nature such as magnificent sunflower field like no other, Pasak Jolasid Dam, etc. These things help to tell the story of charm that makes anyone want to visit Lop Buri.
With many interesting tourist attractions both the Pasak Jolasid Dam; the longest earth dam in Thailand, in accordance with the royal initiative of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej which has a beautiful view. If any tourists want to see the view from a high place and get some exercise, do not miss to visit the Khao Wong Prachan which has 3,890 steps to the top of the hill during the walk up. Both sides of the road are full of moist, complex forests. It might sound tiring, but once visitors reach the top, you must be astounded at the beauty of the scenery below that can definitely look as far as the eye can see.
Do not miss to buy souvenirs from local products that include fine-grained chalk powder, chalk powder salted egg giving a salty, sweet, mellow flavour with a process that is so tender and different from other places, coconut jelly mushrooms marinated from vinegar and coconut water giving a sour, sweet, delicious taste.