New cinema for Ubon Ratchathani

The Sunee Grand Hotel and City Mall complex is about to cement it’s place as the place to be for all things entertainment in Ubon Ratchathani with recent news of a new cinema complex to be built on it’s ever expanding site.

Construction is about to begin on the seven theatre complex where the existing small side car park on the southern side is located. It is expected to be open before the end of the year.

The good news doesn’t finish there though. It is going to be run by the experienced SF Group who are professionals when it comes to all things movies in Thailand. Management have told me that English movies will be regularly shown as part of the film rotations.

This would have to be the final nail in the coffin for the struggling Nevada complex just down the road but having a state of the art complex with more English films sure is good news for me and I am sure a lot of my readers.

5 responses to “New cinema for Ubon Ratchathani

  1. Great news! I wonder if the parking garage will expand as part of it. Parking is already a bit tight sometimes.

  2. Mate that is great news and about bloody time. I miss going to the cinema. Even if it is just a few times a year or whatever.

  3. Thanks Andrew! Great news, I’m afraid I’m a ‘movie sucker’. I have been meaning to write a letter to SK to ask if thy could have an English language/subtitles day (per roster). I imagine it could be a PLUS for some of the many students in the area may also appreciate this for their English language studies. Further, the opportunity to ‘practice’ their language skills additionally by ‘meeting and mixing ‘ with some of the local farang attending the movies.

    However, like most things, I didn’t get around to it ~ lol So! This is great news [re Sunee and movies] and I will certainly be attending as/when the English roster is revealed. Cheers!

  4. Excellent news. Looking forward to taking my daughter for her first trip to Thailand and to meet her other family!

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