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“Great museum”

King Narai's Lopburi Palace
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6-Day Northern Thailand Tour: Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai...
Reviewed August 26, 2013

The museum in this place was actually one of the better museums we saw in Thailand - well-labeled with air-conditioning. The souvenir shop was well-stocked and we managed to buy some good Lopburi souvenirs. We liked the ruins too. Do visit if the day is not too hot.

Thank pianocello
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Reviewed February 7, 2013 via mobile

Great ruins and monkeys make this a great stop. I took off my glasses and hat, and held onto my camera and it was great. I certainly could have stayed longer with monkeys and ruins, lots of fun but they will crawl over you!

Thank OntarioCanuck1
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Reviewed January 4, 2013

Good topiary in the gardens and a quiet little museum/palace. An oasis in Lopburi. Do I really need to repeat myself in order to satisfy Tripadvsor's minimum of 100 characters per review?

Thank AllyBPetchabun
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Reviewed February 22, 2012

Lopburi is famous with Thais and 'falang' alike as the home of an ancient temple now over-run with monkeys. They even throw a kitschy monkey banquet once a year for our primate friends. By all means see the temple and its troops of monkeys, but there is much more to this historic town than just this one sight.

Lopburi Palace is another good reason to linger. A large complex of walls, turrets, royal pavilions and palaces, it is a surprisingly large and impressive agglomeration. Inside one of the pavilions is a collection of art from the various periods of Lopburi's long history. There are many fine exhibits but the one that remains with me is of a stunning Khmer god rendered in stone, with a halo of snakes around him. Stay overnight and check out a few more of this ancient city's sites.

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Reviewed November 1, 2017 via mobile
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