This is essentially a Thailand Golf Guide specialising in Thai Golf Tours, Thai Golf Clubs and Thai Golf Vacations to what is regarded as the best clubs and courses throughout the country. And I am sure that most of you are aware that a great many of these golf clubs and courses were and are still designed by some of the world's top international golfers.
There are a great many golf clubs and courses to choose from almost all the country's cities and resort towns with the best of them probably in places such as Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket.
However, many others can also be found in Chiang Mai, on the central plains and even in exotic locations such as in the Khao Yai National Park. See details below. Local golfers believe that some of the best golf courses for convenience and ease can be found in Hua Hin, a great beach holiday destination.
And if you're thinking of taking a golf vacation in Thailand anytime soon - good for you. You are going to love it here. Thailand is one of the best places to play a round of golf. However, it's probably best if you plan your trip and make prior arrangements well in advance.
It may not be so easy to simply pitch up and expect a game without making reservations prior to your arrival. Also take into account that your green fees can range between 500 to 1,000 Baht per round over a weekend.
Also, if you are a keen golfer and play in Thailand often, why not apply for a Thaigolfer Card formally known as the Thaigolfer Privilege Card. This is Thailand's premier golf discount card, offering all sorts of benefits as well as some valuable free gifts. The card gives you access to fifty golf courses around Thailand.
Bangkok is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Not only is this vibrant city a super shopping paradise and a tantalising tourist treasure trove with more than meets the eye. It has eclectic markets, stunning temples, luxury hotels of every kind, size and comfort, but there's also more. Dining at Thai restaurants and local food stalls are a must.
Tourists who come to this cosmopolitan city do not go home without enjoying a motorised tuk-tuk ride, a Muay Thai kickboxing session, a Thai massage, island hopping or a relaxing round of golf on any number of the top golf courses around the country. Find more Golf Clubs in Bangkok Here.
Once a wilderness, the central western region of Thailand around Kanchanaburi famed as the site of the Bridge on the River Kwai, brought world attention with a book and a Hollywood movie. Now that its jungles have been tamed, much of their wild beauty has been incorporated into challenging golf courses, oases that provide respite from busy work schedules and great places in which to relax. See more Golf Clubs in Central Western Thailand Here.
Pattaya's playground is well documented for its legendary and exotic nightlife thus setting the tone for this vibrant and extreme city. Apart from an endless array of luxury resort hotels, discos, go-go bars, and fine dining, the best kept secrets of this resort town, are the number of excellent golf courses and golf packages. One which would offer you an experience that will rival any top European or American destination. And all this within a 40-kilometre radius of the town. Click here for Golf Clubs in Pattaya
Chiang Mai offers a wealth of attractions and activities from white water rafting to city temple tours and trips to traditional hill tribes. Add to this, a variety of Luxury Hotels and Resorts and an array of beautiful and challenging country golf courses, making it one of Thailand’s prime golfing and tourist destinations. Why not take your next trip up north. See the Golf Clubs in Chiang Mai
The royal summer playground of Hua Hin has the ability to combine a wonderful seaside holiday with a great game of golf. You will be mesmerised by its friendly ambience and tranquil beauty. The charming and peaceful towns of Hua Hin and nearby Cha-Am attract a great number of golfing enthusiasts from neighbouring provinces as well as the rest of the world.
Many of the golf clubs and courses here have been designed by the likes of the legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus and other top names in golfing circles. You're going to love this place. Click here to see the Golf Clubs and Courses in Hua Hin and Cha-Am
Lying in the Andaman Sea off the southwestern coast Thailand, Phuket is the perfect traveller's destination. Its coves are filled with powdery white soft sand and warm azure waters and its hills are blanketed with lush tropical forests. The reefs of nearby islands offer some of the world's best diving sites. I have to say, its hotels and resorts are second to none ranging from ultra luxury high-rises to unique beach bungalows.
As Thailand's best-developed beach resort, Phuket offers a full array of land and water sports with numerous excursions to all the best attractions. Its seafood is scrumptious and its nightlife scintillating. Best of all, you'll find that Phuket has some of the finest golf courses in the world. Few places rival that of Phuket in so much as a better place in which to relax after a good game of golf, would be hard to find. Click here for Golf Clubs in Phuket
Khao Yai National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site offering you not only exotic natural trails and majestic waterfalls, but a few wild animal species too, though not on the golf course. Kirimaya is the first luxury boutique resort and a high-end retreat in Khao Yai. You are definitely going to have a great time here, even if you spend just one night at the resort and only a day on the golf course. Why wait another day. Click here to see the Kirimaya Golf Resort in Khao Yai National Park
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