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Phra Prang Sam Yot

            Phra Prang Sam Yot is a symbol of Lopburi province, representing Khmer arts or Bayon which appeared to have influence in the central region of Thailand. This ancient Khmer palace is assumed to be built during the period of Phra Chao Chai Woramun between 1157-1257. The objective of construction was to use this palace as Varayana Buddhist Religious Center in the city of La Woe before being renovated and extended in a sanctuary expansion during Somdej Phra Narai Maharaj of Ayutthaya, and transformed to Buddhist sect discourse in a typical Thai way. Ancient objects which were found inside Phra Prang Sam Yot are kept in the National Narayana Palace.

            The true facts is we can go in and explore Phra Prang Sam Yot both inside and outside. Plus a chance to feed a large group of monkeys. These monkeys are very tame and have been living with humans like us, for many centuries. Did I mention to you that there is a staff officer who looks after these bully monkeys to ensure our safety, while you are walking around. By the way, the Monkey Chinese Table Festival is also organized here.

            Phra Prang Sam Yot is situated along the railway and is nearby the Kan Shrine. Open daily from 6.00 a.m.- 6.00 p.m. Entry fees 10 baht, but today Fine Arts Department launched an exception campaign for Thai people for free entrance until further notice. 

   

   







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