Golf Holidays in Bangkok & Hua Hin

 

 About the Region:

Bangkok is as intoxicating as it is diverse; a melting pot of exotic aromas, interesting sights and visual delights. It’s a city with infinite layers which you need to explore to reveal its hidden secrets. If you’re planning a trip to Bangkok – or Krung Thep as it’s called in Thai – make sure to allow enough time to see some of the treasures that has given this city iconic status.

 

Golf Packages

We have two golf holiday package options for you to choose from, both with 6 nights accommodation, 5 rounds of golf, a welcome dinner cruise, and a caddy per golfer, per course. The packages differ through the different accomodation options offered:

  • 5 star option – 2 nights accommodation in Bangkok at the Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Deluxe Room and 4 nights accommodation in Hua Hin at 5* Hilton Hua Hin, Bay Room
  • 4 star option – 2 nights in Bangkok at President Palace Hotel: Superior Room and 4 nights in Hua Hin at Putahracsa Hua Hin: Silks and Room

 

All the packages also have activities arranged for non-golfers:

  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market tour
  • Best of Bangkok Half Day Tour

 

Golf Courses

There are plenty of exotic yet challenging golf courses to choose from in Thailand, including:

  • Suwan Golf & Country Club, less than an hour drive from Bangkok, the club is surrounded by fruit orchards and rice fields along with the golf courses hilly and challenging layout.
  • Thai Country Club, site of Asian PGA Tour’s season ending Volvo Masters of Asia, this course is well-maintained year-round and features a great variety from hole to hole, along with an abundance of water and sand bunkers.

 

Golf Holiday Activities

Visit some of the most exotic and interesting places in Bangkok on your next golf holiday:

  • Floating Market: Imagine hundreds of wooden row boats floating by, each laden to the brim with farm-fresh fruits, vegetables or flowers. Food vendors fill their vessels with cauldrons and charcoal grills, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodle’ or seafood skewers upon request. Floating markets are like living museums where you can immerse in the local culture and way of life as it once was before the arrival of global consumerism.
  • Grand Palace & Wat Prakeaw: A dazzling site from afar, the Grand Palace and Wat Prakaew command respect from all who have walked in their sacred grounds. Built in 1782, and for 150 years the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and the administrative seat of government, the Grand Palace continues to have visitors in awe with its beautiful architecture and intricate detail.