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Thailand’s monkey feast festival in Lopburi is definitely not to everyone’s taste but certainly attracts a raucous crowd. A banquet fit for the Monkey King was laid before Lopburi’s massed monkeys on Sunday – the last in November – at the annual simian celebration in central Thailand. Lopburi is one of the oldest cities in Thailand, home to King Narai’s Palace and Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat. A visit to Lopburi is often a good way to get off the usual tourist trail of Thai cities. Some 4,500 crab-eating macaques roam the streets around the crumbling Khmer-style Phra Prang Sam […]

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