Lap Swimming Pools in Ubon Ratchathani

In February I began training for a triathlon and I was surprised to find that Ubon has quite a few lap pools available to the public. Below is a list of them. I’ll update information as I hear about it changing. The hours below are during the Summer and may change once schools open again. All pools have showers. The earlier you go in the day the fewer people there are. I was surprised how many people go during the heat of the afternoon, considering the usual Thai aversion to sunlight. There is a map below.

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Narinakul High School
Size: 50m
Hours: 08:30-19:00
Cost: 40b
Swimming Cap: Required for everyone regardless of hair length.
Notes: This is my favorite pool because it seems to be the most well maintained and there is rarely ever anyone there.

Dong Klang
Size: 25m
Hours: 08:30-19:00
Cost: 40b
Swimming Cap: Required for long hair.
Notes: The water is well maintained but the facilities are not.

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Ubon Sports School
Size: 50m
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 06:00-08:00, 15:00-20:00 Weekends 08:00-12:00, 14:00-20:00
Cost: 50b This is the only pool where you can buy a monthly membership for 500b
Swimming Cap: Required for everyone regardless of hair length.
Notes: This was still closed as of April 20.

Warin Children’s Home
Size: 25m
Hours: 09:00-19:00
Cost: 50b
Swimming Cap: Required for long hair.
Notes: One end of this pool is barely swimmable because it gets too shallow but only for a couple strokes.

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Chao Warin Pool
Size: 25m
Hours: 08:00-20:00
Swimming Cap: Required for long hair.
Notes: This one can get quite busy like the Dong Klang Pool later in the day.

Ubon Ratchathani University (Mo Ubon)
Size: 50m
Hours: 16:30-19:00
Cost: 40b
Swimming Cap: Required for everyone.
Notes: I have not been to this one yet. Just called for information.

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5 Responses to Lap Swimming Pools in Ubon Ratchathani

  1. Col. Dan says:

    “Nice update”-Thanks. 🙂

  2. Paul says:

    I have been to the Nareenkul School pool twice. Once on the weekend and once during the week. It is better to go on the weekend as there is not many people there. There is good parking for car or motorcycle inside the grounds. The pool water is very clean. The facilities are reasonably clean.
    Today I am going to try Dong Klang which is a bit of a mission as I live in Moo Baan Nong Bok and I have a small scooter……………nothing ventured – nothing gained.

  3. Col. Dan says:

    Do any of these swimming pools have attached gyms? Leaving for Ubon on the 13th and need to find a gym to exercise. Thanks. 😉

    • TR says:

      Not that I’m aware of. Sunee has an expensive, small, but well equipped gym. If my memory serves me right, there is one on the west side of the road on Chayangkun Rd. not far from Index Living Mall. It’s a hole in the wall type of place but I don’t know anything about it. You could always go to Tung Sri Muang park downtown. It’s pretty crowded after 5 though.

  4. Eddie says:

    Thanks that is great info.

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