Prang Sam Yot
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Prang Sam Yot - Review
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Prang Sam Yot, Bangkok Reviews
Definitely the highlight of Lopburi. A beautiful Khmer temple with literally hundreds of monkeys roaming around. It's loads of fun to walk around, see mothers with their babies, have monkeys jump you and try to steal from you, and watch as they get fed around the Buddha statue. A must see when in Lopburi
Something I wasn't prepared for! A wonderful experience seeing so many monkeys but is also a little scary when they come for you. The locals at the temple will help to protect you with slingshots, they don't need to use them they just show the monkeys and they back off. Unfortunately our tour guide told us to leave everything in the bus so I couldn't tip the helper, so take a few baht with you to give them as they do a fantastic job.
This place is all about the monkeys, so if that What you want to see, then go here. The temple itself is kind of small, and there isn't much to it. No parking, the surrounding area is pretty dirty and run down. But lots of cool monkeys!
Cheap entrance free, friendly guide. They love to be fed and are not afraid of climbing you. Try not to grab them with your hands but just let them do their thing. If it gets too much, ask the tour guide to take them off. Warning: I got bit by one and had to go through 5 hospitals to get rabies vaccines. Without really provoking or mistreating it. Wear some old invaluable clothes as the monkies will climb you, and their paws leave stains all over your clothing. Stow your accessories safely, they often try to steal these. (Hats, sunglasses) Long earrings are definitely not recommended.
After traveling in Asia for a while you get a bit sick of temples and monkey temples even get a bit old but this one is unique. You can actually go inside and take a close look at the hordes of monkeys on the outside, through the bars - it's a bizarre reverse zoo scenario. I also spent a decent amount of time across the street observing the mischievous bastards. Fun times as long as its not you.