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Dam,Reservoir, Lake

Thailand features a number of outstanding reservoirs and lakes that make excellent natural sightseeing attractions. Popular with locals for both picnicking and participating in various water sports, including kayaking and cable skiing, Thailand lakes and reservoirs are scenic and interesting venues for visitors to experience and explore.

Highlight Attractions in Thailand
Doi Tao Lake

    Doi Tao Lake is located in Doi Tao district, Chaing Mai Province. It becomes a floodplain after the construction of Bhumibol Dam. Doi Tao Lake is a large-sized reservoir at the north of Bhumibol Dam. T...

Mae Ngud Somboon Chon Dam

Mae Ngud Somboon Chon DamMae Ngud Somboon Chon Dam is in the area of responsibility of Si Lanna National Park, which is located on the bank of Mae Ngud, a branch of Mae Ping River, Tambon Cho Lae, Amphoe Mae Teang, Chian...

Chiang Saen Lake

Chiang Saen Lake or Nong Bong Khai Non-hunting Area is a well-known touristic place among bird watchers as it is a habitat to many water birds and farmland birds. During winter, there are a huge number of bird migrations...

Vajiralongkorn Dam

Vajiralongkorn Dam was originally called KhaoLaem Dam which was the first rock filldam of Thailand with liningof concrete with steel that is 92 meters tall, the dam’s ridgeis 10 meters wide and 1,019 meters long. I...

Srinagarind Dam

Srinakarin Dam (former name: Chaonen Dam) is the first multipurpose dam of Maeklong Basin Development Project. It was built on Kwae Yai River in Baan Chaonen, Thakradarn Sub-District, Srisawat District, Kanchanaburi Prov...