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Golfing in Thailand – Bangkok & Hua Hin

Golfing in Thailand – Bangkok & Hua Hin

from CAD $3599 per person
10-Days / 9-Nights

Land only price (based on minimum 2 people, twin share in a room)
01-31OCT: CAD 3,599 per person
Single room supplement: CAD 2,049 per person

01NOV-23DEC: CAD 4,349 per person
Single room supplement: CAD 2,799 per person

Blackout between 24DEC22-03JAN23

04JAN-28FEB: CAD 4,699 per person
Single room supplement: CAD 3,149 per person

01-31MAR: CAD 3,899 per person
Single room supplement: CAD 2,349 per person

Weekends and Thailand public holidays surcharge on golf courses:
Bangkok only: CAD 70 per person per round


  • 9-night accommodation as per above itinerary, based on single or twin/double sharing with daily breakfast included
  • Pick up and drop off services by air-conditioned vehicle with English speaking guide service on tours and transfers
  • Pick up and drop off services by air-conditioned vehicle without guide on golf day
  • Activities that are mentioned or specified in the itinerary with English speaking guide service and all relevant entrance fees
  • Meal plan as mentioned (drinks are not included)
  • One round of 18-hole green fee on the day as mentioned
  • Golf cart at all golf courses
  • Standard accident insurance
  • VAT Government tax


  • All airfares and taxes, unless otherwise specified
  • Gratuity for tour guides, drivers and hotel porters
  • Meals other than specified as included
  • Festive dinner/meal and festive surcharge at each hotel (if any during the offer period)
  • Drinks or other personal expenses
  • The optional excursions/ activities
  • Golf set, shoes and umbrella’s (available for rent at additional cost)
  • Surcharge for golf course usage in Bangkok on weekends and Thailand public holidays
  • Gratuities to tour guides, drivers, caddies and hotel porters
  • Optional items such as golf set, shoes, or gloves etc.
  • Included
    18-hole Golf Round
  • Not Included

Tour Plan

Upon arrival in Bangkok, meet your local guide and transfer to The Siam Bangkok (Siam Suite) or similar.
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Thana City Golf & Sports Club for a round of 18-holes golf. Thana City is Thailand’s only Greg Norman-designed golf course and is close to Bangkok center. The 6,966- yard par-72 course shares the land with one of Bangkok’s most significant condominium projects and abuts Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport. Jet planes swoop overhead seeming as if they are landing on a fairway; they are that close. The golf course landscaping makes use of many native trees and flowering shrubs. Plain grasses, reeds, and sand were used to create an illusion of seaside links. Natural streams, lakes and an abundance of strategically placed sculptured sand traps enhance the golf course. Greens are well manicured, and new sub-surface drainage allows for play throughout the year. Return to your hotel after the game (around noon time) and rest of the day at your own leisure. -- Note: Greg Norman design with lots of variety & emphasis on shot making
After breakfast at hotel, meet our English-speaking tour guide (8AM) and start our “5 Senses Bangkok Highlight Tour” Stroll through the 24- hour flower market (smell) located adjacent to the river. Known as ‘Pak Khlong Talad’, a blaze of color and where the air is filled with heavenly scents. Your guide will buy some lotus flowers and teach you how to fold the lotus flower leaves according to local traditions (feel), ready to offer to Buddha at our next stops. Take a short Tuk Tuk ride, the famous local mode of transport and enjoy the typical, characteristic sound of the Tuk-Tuk driving through the hectic traffic in Bangkok and see remnants of its defensive wall between the Golden Mount, Wat Rachanatda, and Sanam Luang, the site of royal ceremonies. Visit the stunning Grand Palace, comprising several royal buildings and throne halls the beautiful Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Green in color, the Emerald Buddha is actually carved from a single piece of jade, and only 17 inches tall, is the most revered object in Thailand. Enjoy a short walk to the Wat Pho, one of the most beautiful temples in the historical part of the city with its massive Reclining Buddha (sight). Lunch at a scenic, boutique riverfront restaurant, overlooking the legendary Chao Phaya River and enjoy the view the mystical Wat Arun, called Temple of Dawn. Here you can relax in informal surroundings and enjoy delicious Thai dishes (taste). After lunch, take the traditional long tail boat through the “Klongs of Bangkok”, another typical mode of transport seen in Thailand and famous for the large engines that gives it their names (sound). Once called “the Venice of the East, Bangkok still has a network of small canals that lead out of Bangkok to idyllic rural settings. Witness the simple life of the friendly canal-side dwellers and make a stop at the artist House, called Baan Silapin, a treasure along one of Bangkok’s old canals. If available, guests will be amazed by the traditional Thai puppet performance that the locals perform at this spot, to keep the tradition of this ancient art form alive (sound and sight). After an active day of sightseeing, it is time for a relaxing 1-hour foot massage at one of the Thai boutique spas (feel). Thai massage an ancient form of massage thought to have been developed by Buddhist monks in Thailand 2,500 years ago. It uses passive stretching and gentle pressure along the body’s energy lines to increase flexibility, relieve muscle and joint tension and balance the body’s energy systems. There is no better way to finish a Bangkok day at nice rooftop bar somewhere in Bangkok to enjoy a delicious cocktail to enjoy the city view and modern vibe (taste) to finish the BKK day tour, full of unforgettable impressions. Return to the hotel in the before 6PM and evening time at your own leisure.
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Suwan Golf & Country Club for a round of 18-holes golf. Suwan Golf & Country Club is in the countryside west of Bangkok among rural villages that add to the course’s uniqueness. Surrounding fruit orchards, rice fields, palm trees, and lotus ponds make Suwan Golf have a tropical Thai character which is most appreciated by both golf professionals and golf holidaymakers alike. The golf course’s hilly and challenging layout makes every hole have its unique character. Fairways give many uneven lies, and many of the greens are well bunkered. More than most other Thailand golf courses there are many holes with significant elevation changes where level fairways play up to built-up and well-guarded greens. There’s plenty of movement requiring more than just a cursory read of the line to be successful at putting. Return to your hotel after the game (around noon time) and rest of the day at your own leisure. -- Note: Excellent well-conditioned course Site of 2010 Asian Tour Int'l & 2011 Thailand Open
Breakfast at the hotel. Check out (7AM) and drive across the Chao Phraya River to the capital’s sister city of Thonburi and pass the local salt farms to the Railway Market. Witness the train running through the heart of the market while vendors begin to move their goods away from tracks. There are countless floating markets throughout Thailand, but the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is the most famous. Here the locals ply their trade in paddle boat selling all sorts of fruit, cooked food and spices to the town folks. Take your time, walk around and observe the colorful clad merchants paddle along congested canals in sturdy canoes laden with fresh fruit, vegetables, local foods and tourist souvenirs to sell to shoppers on the canal banks. Buy some local snacks. Continue to Petchaburi a former capital of the homonymous province and a favorite spot of King Rama IV. Depending on the day of the week, an extra stop can be made at his iconic summer residence, Mrigadayavan Palace, located by the sea and entirely made from teak wood. Continue to your hotel in Hua Hin for check-in at Anantara Hua Hin Resort (Junior Lagoon View Suite) or similar, and enjoy the evening at your own leisure.
DAY 6 // HUA HIN (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Springfield Royal Country Club for one round of 18-holes golf. While Hua Hin remains a royal and high society favorite, this traditional Thai resort has developed many golf courses over recent years, combining the new attractions of a modern golf holiday destination with local charm. The traditional Jack Nicklaus designed Springfield Royal Country Club located off the Hua Hin bypass road is one of the best Hua Hin golf courses, and as good as they come. The course has been designed to meet the high demands of a recognized championship golf course, and yet it remains an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all standards. Each hole has a minimum of five tees to play from, but only the brave, and those regularly rub shoulders with the world’s best will venture from the black tee. Water hazards periodically come into play, and each hole presents its challenge and character requiring finesse or unrestraint. Accuracy is needed at all times as the rough comprises of a series of hillocks and holes lined by a forest of mature trees. Return to your hotel after the game (around noon time) and rest of the day at your own leisure. -- Note: Nicklaus design is a long-time area favorite
DAY 7 // HUA HIN (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the Sea Pines Golf Course for a round of 18-hole golf. Sea Pines Golf Course (also known as the Army Golf Club II) plays along the Gulf of Thailand in the Suan Son Pradiphat (Sea Pine Tree Garden). The Royal Forestry Department originally owned the Hua Hin golf course track before being taken over by the Royal Thai Army under the rule of Field Marshall Sarit Thanarat, who served as prime minister of Thailand during 1957-1963. The majority of the Sea Pines area houses bracken pine trees enriched by the beauty of oceans and mountains. The army originally developed the site as a form of retreat for serving soldiers and veterans and their families. A modern clubhouse overlooking the Gulf of Thailand serves up some great Thai food. The municipal golf course is a good value. However, Hua Hin golf visitors must take note that Army officers and their guests have priority and others should be prepared to yield should their tee times overlap. Therefore, those on a tight schedule or in a hurry are advised to check on course crowdedness ahead of time or a play elsewhere. Return to your hotel after the game (around noon time) and rest of the day at your own leisure. -- Note: Exciting links-style course on the Gulf of Thailand
DAY 8 // HUA HIN (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and rest of the day is at leisure to relax by the beach, discover the town on your own and take one of the many optional excursions available on the spot.
DAY 9 // HUA HIN (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and rest of the day is at leisure to relax by the beach, discover the town on your own and take one of the many optional excursions available on the spot.
Breakfast at the hotel and enjoy free time until transfer to Suvarnabhumi Airport for your homeward flight OR check with us if you want to extend your journey to the beach destination in Thailand.

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