A two hour train trip out of Bangkok, Thailand, is the town of Lop Buri. It was an important city during Thailand’s history and has many major and beautiful ruins. However, its main attaction is the hundreds of crab-eating macaques that live in the ancient Khmer temple of Phra Prang Sam Yot. The locals feed the monkeys that live there.
The Khmer temple is lovely but the monkeys are the main attraction. You can buy bananas and other food for the monkeys outside the temple’s grounds and the monkeys will take these from you before too long! Make sure everything is well zipped up and closed securely because these monkeys are dextrous and are more slippery than a pickpocket. They will try to eat anything that looks like it might be food of some sort.