Bangkok & Ratchaburi & Nakornpathom: This is a popular area for golfers out playing
and doing business at the same time.
Pattaya & Rayong: Pattaya & Rayong: are the most popular areas for foreign tourists
as they are on the coast. The area is home to a staggering 50+ courses.
Kanchanaburi & Cha-Am & Hua Hin: Kanchanaburi, Cha-Am and Hua Hin all near Bangkok
were the places where golf was first played in Thailand. They are popular destinations
for day trips or one night stopovers outside the capital.
Kao Yai: Khao Yai is the beyond a doubt the most well-known and popular national
park in Thailand and it is host to eight golf courses.
Phuket & Koh Samui: These two places with golf courses are tropical paradises, the
two most popular island destinations in Thailand.
Bangkok - Chiang Mai – River Kwai - Hua Hin
Day 1: arrive in Bangkok, dinner cruise Day 2: golf at Kanchanaburi, visit museum
and Bridge over the River Kwai Day 3: golf at Samut Prakan, see crocodile farm and
ancient city Day 4: half game of golf, visit Emerald Buddha, Grand Palace, Wat Pho
and Thai Massage, train to Chiang Mai Day 5: arrive in Chiang Mai, golf and see traditional
Lanna music and dance show Day 6: visit the Golden Triangle, Burmese border and visit
hill tribes Day 7: golf in the mountains, visit Princess Mother Palace, Flower Garden
and Tung Mountain Day 8: go on a trek to several hill tribe villages and stay overnight
traditional style Day 9: fly back to Bangkok and free day in Kanchanaburi town seeing
the Bridge Over the River Kwai and war museum Day 10: morning golf and then have
a free day Day 11: travel to Cha-am, half game in the afternoon Day 12: golf and
the afternoon on the beach Day 13: golf and a farewell dinner party Day 14: go to
Bangkok and fly home
Bangkok and Central Plains - One-Week Itinerary
Day One: a game of golf and dinner cruise down the Chao Phraya River Day Two: a game
of golf, visit Siam Paragon and see a traditional dance show Day Three: a half game
of golf, visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Temple of Dawn, Temple of the Reclining
Buddha and enjoy live music in the evening Day Four: a game of golf in Pathum Thani,
go to Dream World, shop at Future Park and karaoke in the evening Day Five: free
day, dinner party with Thai boxing show in the evening Day Six: visit the floating
market, have a game of golf and go to Erawan Waterfall Day Seven: breakfast at the
Oriental Hotel, go to Siam Paragon and fly home