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The building is somewhat modern compared to the other ancient structures. Quite near the train station and slightly away from the monkey madness. Not a destination in itself but you will definitely pass this so a short peek won't take too much time.
Modern shine on the site of ancient temple. Here is where the monkeys are fed. It can get edgy with so much food and wild animals. The food is left there for consumption of the monkeys, so at times it can smell. Would suggest to...More
Site in the middle of a traffic circle so watch yourself crossing the busy street. Most importantly watch the marauding gangs of Margot monkey's. They are fearless and protected under Thai law. Revered by the Buddhists as being reincarnated people so are pampered as spoiled...More
Visitors to Lop Buri invariably end up at Phra Prang Sam Yot, Lop Buri's famous "monkey temple".
But once you have finished there is is worth while crossing the road to visit San Phra Kan, which for some reason that escapes me, is considered the...More
Monkeys, lots and lots of monkeys. Some cute and some not so cute...careful where you step they are messy. The staff gives them soda and treats so they are like hyper kids on a sugar rush. Careful with belongings and glasses they like to grab...More
If you like wild animals then this is a great place to stop for an hour or so. The Monkeys run around playing and being mischievous. Great for children to see and feed them but please remember they are wild animals not pets.
I did not spend much time looking round this temple as it was a bit of a come down after visiting the monkey temple Phang San Yot across the road and the larger temple opposite the train station. The old ruins are all that interested...More