#Dam

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BABA NEST
The World’s most stylish and exclusive rooftop bar is now open serving Sri panwa’s delicious cocktails, alongside the sexiest sunset sessions. Baba Nest’s wrap around infinity pool surrounds the rooftop deck overlooking 360° panoramic views of the...

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BABA BEACH RESTAURANT
The Baba Beach Restaurant is housed amid a modern tropical setting that harmonizes a contemporary architectural design with the beach club’s signature Chino Portuguese style and that reflects directly upon the innovative culinary style of the...

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Bhumibol Dam
Also known as Yanhee Dam. It is the first multipurpose dam in Thailand. The largest curved concrete dam in Thailand and Southeast Asia. Ranked 8th in the world with a height of 154 meters.

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Lam Nang Rong Dam
It is the area for sustainable development project. Lam Nang Rong dam is a soil dam. We can enjoy the scenery and the restaurants.

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Mae Klong Dam
This is a beautiful irrigation dam

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Lumtakong Dam
Lam Takhong Dam is at Tambon Lat Bua Khao, around 62 kilometres from the city. A road branches off Highway No. 2 (Nakhon Ratchasima-Saraburi) at Km. 193-194 and drive for about 2 kilometres. The dam is an earth-filled dam across the Lam Takhong...

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Vajiralongkorn Dam (Khao Laem Dam)
It is a rockfill dam with a reinforced concrete surface measuring 92 metres high. Its crest is 10 metres wide and 1,019 metres long stretching across the Khwae Noi River.

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Chulabhorn Dam (Nam Phrom Dam)
Chulabhorn Dam is at Tambon Thung Phra and dams the Phrom River. It is a rock-filled dam with an earth core. The dam is 700 metres long and 70 metres high. It is used to generate electricity and irrigation. Boat rentals are available to view the...

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Rajjaprabha Dam (Chiao Lan Dam)
Located in the same area as the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, Mu 3, Khao Phang District, far from the city of Surat Thani 90 km.

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Sirikit Dam

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Srinagarindra Dam
This hydro-electric power plant, situated on Khwae Yai Waterfall, is 70 kilometers from Kanchanaburi, and just 4 kilometers north of the Erawan National Park.