Lopburi (ลพบุรี) is known for their monkeys, but did you know about the sunflower fields (ทุ่งทานตะวัน)? What about this 3970 steps Temple (วัดเขาวงพระจันทร์)? Scroll down to see the video!
December is the best time of the year to go check out the beautiful sunflower fields of Lopburi province. Endless yellow flowers with a nice mountainous backdrop. Going at the end of the afternoon is even better! The fields are about 18km from the old town of Lopburi, which means a
Khao Wong Prachan Temple
If you are not going to Lopburi during the sunflower season, you can still visit the Khao Wong Prachan Temple (วัดเขาวงพระจันทร์). At the foot of the mountain, you got a huge golden Buddha Statue. But what makes this place outstanding is the 3790 steps walk leading to the top of the mountain!
Lopburi’s monkey temple, named Prang Sam Yod (พระปรางค์สามยอด) is what draws all the tourism to the town. These monkeys don’t stick to the temple only, but roam around town freely! They like to steal glasses 🙂
Check out my vlog about What to do in Lopburi below:
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