Macaque at Prang Sam Yod Temple – Lopburi, Thailand

Lopburi is the capital city of Lopburi Province in Thailand. It is about 150 kilometres (93 mi) northeast of Bangkok. The city is best known for the thousand of crab-eating macaques that live in the middle of the city, especially around the Khmer temple, Prang Sam Yot and a Khmer shrine, Sarn Phra Karn. They are fed by the local people, especially during the Monkey Festival. This festival usually occurs on the last Sunday of November.

Macaque in front of the Phra Prang Sam Yod temple in Lopburi, Thailand.
Macaque in front of the Phra Prang Sam Yod temple in Lopburi, Thailand.

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