จ.ลพบุรี, Thailand
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Lopburi
I'm headed to Lopburi for the Sunflower festival that takes place from November through January each year. Lopburi is full of historical temples, monkeys, and opportunities to experience the slow pace of Thailand's smaller cities.
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