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“Dream of the Elephants in parade with their precious stone harness and queen parade through the Royal grounds. ”

King Narai's Lopburi Palace
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6-Day Northern Thailand Tour: Ayutthaya...
Ranked #3 of 20 things to do in Lop Buri
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Reviewed February 10, 2018 via mobile

The vision of 50 Elephants parading with the Royal Army on there backs threw the Royal grounds and Palace and Wats. Nothin like this in this grand scale in Thailand. This is a must see!

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"english explanations"
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"nice place to visit"
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Reviewed November 10, 2017 via mobile

Small ticket to pay to visit the archeological site and two museums. I did not have much time so I cruised thought the exhibition. Interesting exhibits, but layout of the museum a bit old-fashioned. The part about modern times worth spending time if you interested in the early relationship between Siam and France. The archeological site is really good and an historian delight,

Thank Mirko G
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Reviewed October 22, 2017

This is another historical site together with Ayutthaya tript.
The ancient palace was built by King Narai (27th King of Ayutthaya Kingdom). The palace was famous then as it is most luxury in the region as King Narai got a very good relationship with King of France at that time. The palace was design and built by French architect.
Today it was a museum exhibit the rare collection of The King belonging.

Thank kinglear13
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Reviewed August 7, 2017

This is very amazing place, The local people were Thai traditionalist dress the whole for month to remains about Lopburi's history.

Thank Marina Yoga A
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Reviewed July 10, 2017 via mobile

I lived in Lopburi for several years and was able to see the progress and improvements made to the museum in the inner garden. A very informative trip through, particularly if you get a local English speaking guide. The outer gardens are best explored after reading a bit from the old accounts written by French consulates in the 17th century. Two-tiered pricing is a problem, as it is anywhere in Thailand run by the Fine Arts council

Thank deninbangkok
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