Lop Buri is known for its rich history, but these days might be just as famous for its annual sunflower festival and natural wonders. Having said that, its place in Thai history is undeniable. Its heyday dates back to the reign of King Narai the Great of the Ayutthaya Kingdom, who made Lop Buri his second capital. The King spent much of each year there partly for security reasons, and his prosperous reign (1656-1688) saw international trade thrive in the Thai Kingdom.
Lop Buri province is also famous for the monkeys that live among the people in the city, but there
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