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Lop Buri Province

          Lop Buri, situated in the central part of Thailand, is a pre-historical city with alluring natural beauty. Monkeys are revered in this region and hence Lop Buri is also known as the Land of Monkeys. The region is also well known for coconut jelly,  mushroom jelly and also for its Khao Phra Ngam Gems that are available in several colors.

          Palace of King Narai tops the list of tourist spots in Lop Buri. There are numerous ancient shrines and temples in this region, which include Wat Mani Chonlakhan, Wat Nakhon Kosa and Wat Phra Si Maha That. Khuen Pa Sak Cholasit, the biggest reservoir in Central Thailand, is a major tourist attraction in Lop Buri. A train journey over this dam is truly a refreshing moment. The most important event in Lop Buri is the King Narai Reign Fair. Organized in the King Narai Palace, the celebrations include folk entertainment, folk dances, and a light and sound presentation describing the period of King Narai the Great.

          Lop Buri Province has a lot to offer for adventure lovers. Trekking through the virgin jungles of Sap Langka Wildlife Sanctuary is the most desirable activity among tourists. Interested visitors can even take a rafting trip along Tham Samui Kui and Tham Phra Nok. The park contains various gushing streams and waterfalls including the Namtok Pha Phueng and Namtok Sam Sai. Camping in these jungles is also available.

          Lop Buri Province is well connected by road and rail. Tourists can hire a car from Bangkok and take a 2-hour trip to reach the place. Daily buses are operated from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal and Ayutthaya Bus Terminal to facilitate tourists. Direct buses are also available from Kanchanaburi, Sing Buri, Ang Thong, Suphan Buri and Nakhon Ratchasima. Tourists can even board trains from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong Railway Station and Ayutthaya. Song Thaews and Sam Lors are the best means of travel inside Lop Buri.

 

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