The Nakabhuri Resort is 15 km outside of Udon Thani on the main road toward the border crossing at Nong Khai.
It caters mostly to Hi So Thai’s on vacation, isn’t listed on any of the tourist websites (Agoda.com, asiarooms.com, etc.), and has a minimal internet presence.
It is a complete resort with restaurant, spa, pool, and full services.
If you knew where all the Bangkok Thai G-Clubs where, knew how they worked, what motivated the girls, and how, to acquire one as a girlfriend without wasting time and a ton of money, the Nakabhuri Resort is a perfect out of town getaway for you and your girl.
Once you check in, as long as your honey is with you, there is no reason to leave and you are in the perfect place to enjoy her fully. Ooops. I meant enjoy her company fully. 555
Every day you can slip her into the cheap micro bikini you bought in Bangkok, oil her up with some coconut oil and spread her out on a towel by the pool. Periodically drag her by the hair back to your air conditioned room and have a private party all weekend.
For dinner the Nakaburi has a gourmet restaurant and a local band plays at night.
Every night, you can walk down to the club restaurant and have a nice dinner with your honey. Ply her with potent and powerful tropical drinks where the alcohol is masked by fruit juices until she is happy and horny. Drag her by the hair back to your air conditioned room and have a private party all night and every night.
I should write copy for the Thailand Tourist Authority. 555
This is the view out of one of the deluxe rooms.
The rooms have cable TV (no plasmas) with mostly channels in Thai. If you don’t speak Thai, the TV will mostly frustrate you.
There is WiFi in the lobby but not in the rooms.
Too bad it was mostly families with kids checked into the rooms.
With this view, I was hoping to see some rich Thai dudes with their premium G-Girl quality mistresses all oiled up, sunning themselves, lounging by the pool in their Brazilian cut bikinis, sipping fruit drinks, and occasionally getting dripping wet and doing some yoga.
All the expensive state of the art camera gear is wasted taking pictures of some palm trees and water.
Ca la vie.