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There are much better sights in Lopburi - especially the mountains and the beautiful orange, yellow and red flowering trees.
The Thais seem enamoured with sun flowers perhaps because of the paucity of flowers in general other than those grown for garlands.
Unbelievably, we were expecting to go through such a thrilling journey hunting for the blooming and picturesque sunflower fields around Saraburi and Lopburi province. Our emotions liked going through a “roller coaster” ride with our local guide and driver. After leaving Ayutthaya historical park, we...More
My old school mates and I had a mini reunion in BKK and visited the Lopburi sunflowers fields. It was a glorious day. Hot, bright and sunny morning perfect for photography. We each bought one of those catchy travel the world T-shirts from Platinum shopping...More
Hired a car & driver from Bangkok. Love this place, there are fields and fields of sunflowers. Actually they planted it strategically so that they can bloom from Nov to Jan strategically. The first plot we drove through was told by my drive it will...More
Nice experience to visit the sunflower farms in said to be Winter Season of Bangkok.
Located in LOPBURI province.This place is 2 hrs drive from bangkok.
It's a small town with few tourist spots and many farms.
Visiting season - Nov to Jan Only
Lopburi is a historic city about 3 hours from Bangkok.
Lopburi province is the biggest sunflower fields of Thailand.
The sunflower in Lopburi only blooms end of the year (November – January)
20 minutes away from the Old Town of Lopburi.You can see the beautiful...More
We read some website and blogs about sunflower farm and it was mentioned the sunflower start blooming in Nov. We tried to get as much info from the hotel but apparently they have no idea about sunflower in Lopburi. So we decided to just proceed...More
The best visit time is from Dec to Feb each year. I took van at Mo Chit Bus Terminal to Lopburi, at Lopburi bus station, took Bus #601 to sunflower field. It spent much time on traffic but only an hour taking photos. Entrance fee...More
After 3 hours and 18 stations later, I finally reached Lopburi (from Hua Lampong station, Bangkok). No tuk tuk that goes to the sunflower fields but you can found a taxi right in front of the station. Asking the driver to Khao Jeen Lae and...More
Even my young kids do enjoyed this trip. Didn't walk far into the field. About 1 hour enough for taking pictures. Remember to wear hat or bring umbrella as it's very hot and sunny. Best time to visit from November to December as the flowers...More