Pattaya is one of the most popular destinations in Thailand, Pattaya is conveniently close to the Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok and is less than a 2 hour drive. Although renowned for its raunchy nightlife, there are several attractions on offer to the discerning tourist that include sailing, scuba diving, snorkelling etc.

A distinct advantage of being a popular destination for all nationalities is that one is never too far away from food that goes with your palate. Add to it the comfort and ease of getting around; it's really a convenient place to go to. With a good supply of supporting infrastructure including hotels of varying budgets, transportation, a golf holiday in Pattaya is as affordable as it can get.

Golf in Pattaya has become a key ingredient in the mix that this destination has to offer, with several world class championship golf courses by renowned designers accessible and within a short drive from the heart of the city.

The beauty of all this is that, one can really pick and choose the stay and golf options based on a budget and if there are non-golfers accompanying, there is plenty for them to see and do while the golfers are at it.

BEST TIME TO GOLF IN PATTAYA: The best time to visit Pattaya is between November and March when the temperatures are lower, humidity is lower and rainfall is also less though the temperatures throughout the year do not change much and averages around 30 degrees C. March to May is hot and June to October is the wet season but that still doesn’t stop visitors who like to take advantage of the low season rates and thin crowds. Rains during the monsoon months are usually night rains or 30 minute downpours and are not necessarily very disruptive.

Type of Climate in Pattaya: Tropical Monsoon climate

Information on this page and these links - Pattaya Golf Holidays & Pattaya Golf Courses can serve as your Golf Travel Guide to Pattaya and will help you plan your trip.


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Water sports on Pattaya beach, shopping for precious gems at the Gems & Jewellery Museum, visit Nong Nooch village for entertainment shows and miniature gardens. Take the Coral Island trip to indulge in some water sports, snorkelling & sunbathing.


GETTING THERE: You have to fly into Bangkok. Bangkok has a well connected International airport – Suvarnabhumi Airport & many airlines fly into Bangkok. There are also low-cost airlines like Air Asia, which fly into the Don Mueang International Airport which is around 45 minutes from the Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Pattaya does not have an airport but is easily accessible by a road trip from Bangkok. It is a 2-hour journey by road from Bangkok and the expressway makes the drive smooth & fast. 

CURRENCY: Thai Baht (THB) | Avg Currency Value: 1 USD = 35 THB (Currency Converter)

VISA: Entering Thailand is easy enough. Visitors from 41 countries are not required to get a visa for stays of up to 30 days. Most other nationalities, Indians included, can get a 15-day visa on arrival. Make sure your passport has six months validity before you decide to travel to Thailand.

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