Lopburi has a long heritage. This low-key site may be the oldest Khmer-style Hindu shrine in central Thailand. It was restored in the 17th century by King Narai, and partly restored recently by the Fine Arts Department.
It's a stone's throw (or a monkey's hop) from Prang Sam Yot, so worth a visit by history and culture buffs.
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