Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Interesting Monkey Festival in LopBuri

The town of Lopburi in Thailand celebrated its annual interesting Monkey Festival over the weekend, laying out a lavish banquet for the more than 2,000 macaques that roam freely through it.

Locals believe that providing food for the monkeys, Lopburi's most famous residents, brings good fortune and prosperity. The feast is also a sort of "thank you" for the interesting animals whose antics entice thousands of tourists to the town every year.

The main attraction of this area is a group of monkeys that run freely for the city.
They are mainly localized to templio of San Phra Kan, but you can also see wander in the street, close to shops, or simply that penzolano from the trees.
It can be fun to spend an hour look, as can be similar to us sometimes.
The only other interesting thing to Lopburi is the palace of King Narai, with a beautiful garden, a museum and various historical ruins.

Twenty among the best Thai cooks have set up a banquet by 500000 Bhat (about $ 15000) consists of two tons of sausages, fresh fruit, fruit, vegetables, ice cream, jam and milk. Banquet it seems highly appreciated by around 2000 visitors to put it mildly curious since 2000 were macachi!
In the small town of Lopburi (Thailand) each year is celebrated the Festival of the Apes, where he prepares precisely this sumptuous banquet and macachi have all weekend to abbuffarsi! For local this holiday is a good omen and also a way to thank the 'cousins' that attract many tourists every year. The macachi in Lopburi are free to run through the streets, going into gates and spassarsela to the streets.
The only advice if capitate to Lopburi is to be careful portfolios and the food that sgranocchiate and be ready to diffenderli by monkeys!

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