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Wat Phra Si Ratana Maha That

In front of Lopburi Railway Station | Tha Hin, Lop Buri, Thailand
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Quiet calm place Old Temple Ruins.

A relief from monkey madness this area has lovely ruins and blossom trees. It costs 50 baht to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
wahwah2017
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Pattaya, Thailand
via mobile
be charming

in the temple so beautiful and very peaceful inside, no people here but temple opposite the railway... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
lafahdel
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In front of Lopburi Railway Station | Tha Hin, Lop Buri, Thailand
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A relief from monkey madness this area has lovely ruins and blossom trees. It costs 50 baht to enter and is very photogenic. It's just opposites the railway station.

Thank wahwah2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

in the temple so beautiful and very peaceful inside, no people here but temple opposite the railway station.... in the temple to have some people mental disorder (use spray paint in wall) and many garbage around here.... ugly for some people do not care, bad

Thank lafahdel
Reviewed 10 November 2017 via mobile

I did the cumulative ticket that provided me entry to 2 temples and two palaces; totally worth it! This site is amazing and you can really see the different architectural styles in the different phases. Take your time to explore and if you l ke...More

Thank Mirko G
Reviewed 8 August 2017

This is the real place for study about history of Thailand. Lopburi is not very busy and tourist attraction are not a lot of crow.

Thank Marina Yoga A
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Lop Buri, in central Thailand, traces human habitation back to prehistory, was once part of the Khmer Empire, and reached the peak of its glory during the reign of King Narai the Great, who was king of Ayutthaya, but who made Lop Buri his second...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Located close to the Railway station 3 min walk but you also have a parking place very close to this place, and from this parking place you also can visit Phra Prang Sam Yot walking distance from this place.

Thank Luc W
Reviewed 20 March 2017

Khmer ruins right across from the railway station in this interesting little town north of Bangkok en route to Chiang Mai. The Khmer influence here is evident from the proximity to Cambodia next door and this place was one of the old capitals of Siam.

Thank alec s
Reviewed 22 February 2017

Nice and slightly older than the other temple options. Worth having a local for a bit of history (12-13th C). Pretty well restored and inexpensive to visit.

Thank Thomas C
Reviewed 15 January 2017

Apparently, this is an infrequently visited temple, which set over seven acres, has a number of very interesting sights. To name a few of the attractions, there are chedi’s, relief stuccos, a viharn, and an ubosot. Its biggest drawback is that most of the signs...More

Thank FyingKiwi
Reviewed 28 December 2016

For me this was the most interesting as the ground covers quite a large area. It is a ruined 13th century monastery but there is a lot to see and you can climb up and take some great pictures. Not much in the way of...More

Thank Dorsetbruce
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