Lopburi Province is one of the provinces in the central region of Thailand. It is bounded on the north by the province of Phetchabun, on the east by Chaiyaphum and Nakhon Ratchasima, on the south by Saraburi and Ayutthaya, on the west by Ang Thong, Sing Buri, and Nakhon Sawan.
Located 150 kilometers from Bangkok, Lopburi Province has a total area of 6,199.8 km2 and an estimated population of more than 756,000 in 2015. Topography consists of plains with mountains and hills in the central and norteastern part of the province. The province is drained by the Lopburi River and Pa Sak Rivers which joined the Chao Phraya River in the west. Rice farming and fruit growing are the main livelihood of the people with tourism fast becoming an important industry.
What to see and do:
1. Pa Sak Cholasit Dam
2. Prang Sam Yod – ancient ruins
3. Phra Kan Shrine – ancient Bhaman temple
4. Wangkanlueang Waterfall
5. Wat Khao Rong Phra Chan
6. Somdet Phra Narai National Museum – King Narai Museum
7. Prang Khaek archaeological site
8. Lopburi Zoo
9. Sap Langka National Forest
10. Khao Chin Lae Sunflower Field