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Point of Interest
“Located on Vichayen Road, approximately 200 meters from the railway station, Phra Prang Sam Yot is Lop Buri’s best known landmark and provincial symbol. A former Hindu shrine built in the 13th century in the classic Bayon style of Khmer architecture, the compound comprises three Prangs (towers) linked by corridors. The three laterite and sandstone spires, each decorated with classic stucco, are believed to have originally represented the Hindu Trimurti; Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Preserver) and Shiva (the Destroyer). During the reign of King Narai, the shrine was converted into a Buddhist temple and a brick hall was built in the east to house a grand U Thong-style Buddha image. ”
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Shrine
“Lopburi s holiest place sits in the old town’s roundabout. On the shrine’s north side is a monkey feeding station where milk, biscuits, fruit and more are laid out, and to the south a lam dance troupe performs daily. Both ac¬tivities are done as thanks to the gods after wishes are granted.”
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Place of Worship
“Within the compound of this ancient Hindu temple are many remains: a grand Chedi (stupa) of the Dvaravati period with a Prang (spire) of the Lop Buri period in front. The religious site, at first constructed by Hindu Khmers, was later transformed into a Buddhist temple during the Ayutthaya period. All that is left of the halls are remnants of bricks and walls. Later on, U-Thong style cement Buddha images were added on the Prangs, or spires. The temple is situated to the north of the Lop Buri Railway Station near the PhraKan Shrine. For more information, please call 0 3641 2510 or 0 3641 3779.”
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Point of Interest
“Located near the main town gate, the statue of Thailand’s King Narai the Great was built as tribute to the beloved monarch. He is credited with making great strides for technological development, enhancing close foreign relations and boosting the prosperity of Lop Buri and the Ayutthaya Kingdom. King Narai imported modern technology and devices such as terracotta pipes and also established astronomy observatories. In addition, his innovative foreign policies helped him establish close diplomatic ties with then-colonial European powers.”
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레스토랑
“This simple Thai restaurant serves up some of the biggest portions in town. ”
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Museum
“This palace-complex is also commonly known as King Narai National Museum and was built in the late 17th century, when King Narai the Great decided to make Lop Buri the second capital of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Although French architects contributed to the design of the buildings, the Khmer influence is still visible. The palace is a perfect blend of both worlds, a unique mixture of Khmer-European styles. ”
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Point of Interest
“Wichayen House, or Ban Wichayen, served as a residence for envoys paying courtesy calls to King Narai the Great in Lop Buri. Indeed, the first group of French ambassadors who arrived in 1685 stayed in this beautiful compound. Later on, Greek-native government official Constantine Phaulkon was granted the title of royal minister, ChaophrayaWichayen, and given a house on the western side of the compound, lending the present-day compound its name. The compound within Ban Wichayen comprises 3 sections: a grand two-storey building made of bricks and a narrow and long one-storey building with an arched entrance in the west. The buildings have maintained their authentic Europea(Wed–Sun 7am– 5pm). ”
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Place of Worship
“The City Shrine or also known as Look-Sorn Shrine is situated on Vichayhen Street in Tha-Hin sub-district, Muang, Lopburi. It is fairly close to Baan Vichayen (Guest House for Commisioners) which has been a sacred site in Lopburi for some time. Nowadays, the site mainly serves as locale for Thai-Chinese religious ceremonies.”
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레스토랑
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카페
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Zoo
“This 25-acre zoo is widely known for its interesting residents: birds and mammals from Asia and Australasia. Constructed in 1940, the prime minister at the time attempted to develop Lop Buri into a major city by building many facilities, including this zoo. However, after his rule ended, the zoo was abandoned. In 1977, the Special Warfare Unit took charge, working with various clubs, traders and the public to renovate the zoo. Now, the most striking feature of the zoo is the unusual family of three tigers and four dogs that live in apparent friendship in the same habitat. The zoo is located behind the Army Theater, 1 kilometer east of the Sa Kaeo Roundabout. It is open daily from 8.00 a”
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