Lopburi Province


Lopburi Province has a history spanning over 3,000 years. Many historical sites have existed here since the Dvaravati period. Lopburi is a strategically important military area in the country, as it is located in the center of Thailand and boasts fertile lands suitable for agriculture. The province holds historical significance.

Tourist Attractions in Lopburi

Phra Prang Sam Yot: A historical temple known for its unique architecture featuring three prangs (spires), located in Lopburi.

King Narai’s Palace: A grand palace complex in Lopburi associated with King Narai the Great, showcasing the fusion of Thai and European architectural styles.

Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat: Also known as the Temple of the Great Jewel, it’s a significant Buddhist temple in Lopburi with a revered Buddha image.

Wang Chin War Veterans Village: A village in Saraburi that honors war veterans and showcases their history and contributions.

Waterborne Train: A distinctive railway track that passes through water in Amphoe Kaeng Khoi, Saraburi, providing a unique travel experience.

Pa Sak Cholasit Dam: A large dam in Saraburi province, offering picturesque views and water-related activities.

Phra Kachan Shrine: A revered shrine in Saraburi dedicated to a local deity.

Sunflower Fields at Khao Chin Lae: Vast fields of sunflowers on Khao Chin Lae mountain in Saraburi, creating a stunning and vibrant landscape.

Wat Tham Khao Wong: A temple situated in a cave on Khao Wong Hill in Saraburi, providing a serene spiritual atmosphere.

Hop Inn Saraburi: A hotel in Saraburi providing convenient and comfortable accommodation for travelers.

Wat Khao Wong Phra Chan: A temple with a revered Buddha image located on Khao Wong Hill in Saraburi.

Khao Phra Ya Flagpole Viewpoint: A viewpoint at the summit of Khao Phra Ya in Saraburi, offering panoramic vistas of the surrounding area.

Wangkan Luang Waterfall: A picturesque waterfall in Saraburi, ideal for relaxation and enjoyment of nature.

Wat Khung Thalao: A local temple in Saraburi known for its peaceful surroundings and religious significance.

Supalai Iron Weir: An iron weir in Saraburi used for water control and irrigation purposes.

Wat Kreung Katin: A temple in Saraburi where Buddhist devotees can perform traditional ordination ceremonies.

Wat Huai Kaeo: A temple known for its striking architecture and serene environment in Saraburi.

Sweet Lime Grass Field: A field in Saraburi where sweet lime grass is cultivated.

Boiling Spring: A natural spring in Saraburi where water appears to boil due to the release of gas.

Basil & Coffee: A place in Saraburi offering the combination of fresh basil dishes and aromatic coffee.