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Khao Jeen Lae Sunflower Field

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Khao Jeen Lae Sunflower Field

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Raintree_Thailand wrote a review Nov 2020
Bangkok, Thailand2,806 contributions1,239 helpful votes
We were encouraged to travel to Lopburi to see the sunflowers after reading an article in the Bangkok Post that reported that the sunflower fields are in bloom from November to February. Disappointingly, all we saw were the fields, newly planted, with little baby sunflower plants just coming up from the soil. No flowers! This was on 25 November, when the article indicated the flowers should be in bloom. Was still a pleasant drive, but disappointing that our main objective was not accomplished. Can only suggest that you consult carefully with people in the know before traveling all the way to Lopburi or you may be frustrated.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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JoeCool_KL wrote a review Mar 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2,212 contributions303 helpful votes
Hired a car to take us from Bangkok to Saraburi - saw something really bad “sunflower farms” which were tiny. So we decided to drive further on to Lopburi looking for this place Khao Jeen Lae - we saw the backdrop like in the pictures but the whole field was empty. Maybe the sunflowers had not grown yet. Rather disappointing. So we visited a field nearby which has sunflowers but there were not big sunflowers. Having visited the sunflower fields at Provence France, I guess the ones here just can’t compare.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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vietnamunclebobgin wrote a review Dec 2018
West Monroe, Louisiana93 contributions35 helpful votes
Viewed in late November; sunflowers not fully in bloom better mid December-- raised walkway for viewing. Roadside hawkers-- selling sunflower seeds/honey / other nic-naks.-Even had pony carriages the you could buy a ride-- If you ever travel (interstate) in the USA you will see bigger y better sunflower fields. Had to park in a open field at the edge of the sunflowers. Many couples having picnics there- coffee food truck- some grilled meats at other vendors- did not really see any port-a-potties==so carry some toilet paper y be prepared for a camping experience.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Hamdi1908 wrote a review Feb 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia55 contributions13 helpful votes
Came here with taxi from Bangkok. A bit further from Lopburi town. (Use the peacock temple in google map to find the place). Come during the cool season dec- jan to see the sunflowers. Good for photography. With large field of sunflower and hilly background. During this time, morning breeze is cool and comforting. There is an entrance fee (cheap) but u can opt to take photo from the roadside.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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