Historically, Sint-Ulriks-Kapelle was a part of the Land of Asse.
Sint-Ulriks-Kapelle has 1633 inhabitants and consists of 486 ha. The height above sea level varies between 20 and 50 m.
- Sint-Ulrik Church
- The neo-classical Castle La Motte: built in 1773 by the architect Laurent-Benoît Dewez, now used as a cultural centre.
- Castle Nieuwermolen
- Brewery Girardin: an authentic lambic brewery
- Klein klein kleutertje: nursery school
- De Kriebel: primary school
Since 1989 Sint-Ulriks-Kapelle has a fraternation with Bagaya, a village in the Casamance, in the south of Senegal. The goal is to bring the two communities closer together and to support several local development projects.