Thailand continues to attract zillions of travellers from all around the world, from the backpacker to the luxury island seeker. Thailand depends on the tourist – and the country despite the strife that goes on within – recognizes the need for the infrastructure to support such an influx. Easy Immigrations, transportation infrastructure, trained tourism professionals, multitude of hotels and restaurants are quite the norm and it is only the most outrageous budget that will not find a holiday in the country.

Golf destinations in Thailand are varied. Bangkok the glitzy, high-intensity capital city with a plethora of options for dining, shopping, drinking and clubbing; Pattaya the infamous getaway for the compulsive, Hua Hin the regal laid back beach town, Phuket with the beaches and nightlife overdrive, Samui for its serene luxurious beachside getaways, Chiang Mai in the North for the hills and Lanna traditions and so many more.

Golf in Thailand is a recent addition to tourism, but the quality and quantity of golf courses, support services, and the infrastructure that has emerged have leapfrogged the country to one of the world’s top golf destination. And this is true for almost any place that one's visit in Thailand. 

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

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  • Bangkok’s many Wats and the Royal Palace, not to mention the frenetic shopping and the ubiquitous foot massages.
  • Short trips from Bangkok are Ayuthaya, for history and culture and the River Kwai for the famous World War II bridge.
  • Family holidays in Hua Hin, Phuket and Ko Samui.
  • Culture, cooking and indigenous tribes in Chiang Mai and the golden triangle. Plenty of adventure activities, one of the world’s most sumptuous cuisine and a warm hospitality that will have you coming back.


GETTING THERE: 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 Muang airport which is around 45 minutes from the Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Chiang Mai, Phuket, & Koh Samui have Airports as well and you can either fly directly into these locations or take a connecting flight through Bangkok.

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.