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Apart from the golf course, the Ubolratana Dam site also offers accomodation ! Ask for "SATTAYABAN 2" at the entrance gate ... The building is opposite to the "Ubolratana Courtyard", where you can also find a shop (open till 18pm) and a tourist information office....More
The golf course at Ubolratana is simply beautifully maintained and designed. Not too hard but slightly challenging. And so cheap! You’ll get your own caddy, cheap balls along the way if you loose yours in the numerous water hazards. And street food and drinks as...More
We booked a large boat on the lake for family and friends. It was a great 4-5 hours with food, drink and kareoke (I even sang a Ying Lee classic). Great value for money and a great day had by all. We paid about 3000baht...More
this is a lovely place for a family day out,walking around the dam or just eating food and relaxing,there are many parts to this place so make sure you head for the main dam wall area,you can also go to the floating restaurant area,and eat...More
The Ulborat Dam has a terrific 18 hole golf course that is very affordable. The dam is located north of Khon Kaen and about a one hour drive from the center of the city. We stayed at a charming inn called Ruean Araya which is...More
After the temple, we went into the reservoir area which you do through a security gate - bit off putting and unclear. The security give you a ticket which you give back on exit. There's no charge for entry.
We drove up to the restaurant...More
Visiting the dam recently, I was amazed to see how low the water level was. Lakeside restaurants have given way to temporary shade cloth shelters about 800 meters from the normal shoreline. Food quality and service remains excellent though with prices remaining very reasonable (Notwithstanding...More
Richard, Ubol Ratana Dam (pronounced Ubon Rat) is, I believe, properly called Sirindorn Reservoir. Operated by The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), it is located in UbonThani Province. Perhaps you could... More
Richard, Ubol Ratana Dam (pronounced Ubon Rat) is, I believe, properly called Sirindorn Reservoir. Operated by The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), it is located in UbonThani Province. Perhaps you could try either EGAT or the provincial office for the information you seek. Hope that helps.