Thailand Golf Capital of Asia

The Land of Smiles gloriously lives up to its reputation for providing the creme-de-la-creme of golf in South East Asia. Boasting more than 250 golf courses, several designed by international maestros, the diversity on offer remains a key reason for Thailand’s popularity. From the laid back Southern beaches, to the mountainous surrounds of North, or the pulsating modern metropolis in the central region, there is golf for every style, skill and tastes. Add year round greenery, abundant flora and fauna and the ever smiling caddies and you get a destination that will make you fall in love all over again.
Luxury Phuket - Free Golf

6 Nights | 1 Stop | 4 Rounds of Golf

Phuket, Thailand

from AU$ 1,965
per person
Phuket Special - Free Golf

6 Nights | 1 Stop | 4 Rounds of Golf

Phuket, Thailand

from AU$ 142,500
per person
Phuket

The ‘Pearl of Andaman Sea’, Phuket, is Thailand’s largest island offers not only world class golf courses, but also spectacular scenery, tropical sunsets over palm lined beaches, luxurious accommodation and a vast array of nightlife activities. With the great selection of championship golf courses,several playing host to major tournaments, Phuket is a golfer’s dream. Golf apart, there’s always something to see and do on Phuket Island - from natural to pre-natural, from land-based to water activities, there is never a dull moment. 

Top Attractions
  • Promthep Cape
  • Old Phuket Town
  • Bangla Road Nightlife
  • Kata Beach
  • Phuket Fantasea
  • Phi Phi Island
Phuket, Thailand

Laguna Golf Phuket has recently been transformed into an alluring modern layout that elevates it to one of Asia’s ...

Phuket, Thailand

Loch Palm Golf Club is built around Crystal Lake, the glistening central feature of the course and the largest body...

Phuket, Thailand

Cradled in an abandoned tin mine against the majestic Phang Nga mountains and the Andaman Sea, the Canyon Course feature...

Phuket, Thailand

It's not difficult to see why this Phuket golf course was named Red Mountain. It is harder, however, to imagin...

Phuket, Thailand

Set on a parkland between two lagoons, the relaxed Angsana Laguna Resort on the Andaman Sea coast is 10 km fro...

Phuket, Thailand

A chic, stylish ambience and modern minimalist design are the signature features of Patong's celebrated hotel. Located a...

When to Go: Weather
The best time to visit Thailand is during the cool season between November and March when the temperatures are lower and rainfall is also less. However, this is also when Europeans flock to escape the harsh winters of north. March to May remains hot and the monsoon comes between June and October, though downpours rarely last more than a couple of hours. Although it can be hot and humid in Thailand during the southern winter, anytime is a good time to play golf. In particular, the wet season doesn’t stop visitors who like to take advantage of the low rates and thin crowds. As a general rule, it’s wise to play in the morning between June and October, when it is cooler and there is less chance of rain than in the afternoon.


Getting There

•    By Air: Bangkok has a well-connected International airport – Suvarnabhumi Airport. The average flight time from Sydney and/or Melbourne is 9.5 hours. Both Chiang Mai and Phuket have their own airports and are well connected to Bangkok by flights
•    By Road: Hua Hin and Pattaya are 3 hour and 2 hour drives respectively from Bangkok. The expressway makes for a smooth and easy ride


Time difference

•    Apr – Oct: EST -3 hours
•    Nov – Mar: EST -4 hours


Currency/ Visas

•    Local Currency: Thai Baht (THB). 1AUD = 26.88THB; 1 USD = 29.3 THB
•    For stays of 30 days or less, no Visa is required for Australian residents

Hua Hin Super Saver - Free Golf

6 Nights | 1 Stop | 4 Rounds of Golf

Hua Hin, Thailand

from AU$ 1,195
per person
Luxury Hua Hin - Free Golf

6 Nights | 1 Stop | 4 Rounds of Golf

Hua Hin, Thailand

from AU$ 1,425
per person
Hua Hin

Less than three hours from Bangkok, lies the erstwhile weekend retreat of the Thailand royal family. While the sleepy hamlet of Hua Hin continues to weave it charm with pristine beaches, great seafood, idyllic resorts and an eclectic lifestyle, it is golf that reigns supreme here now. Three of the eight Hua Hin golf courses are considered to be among the best in Asia. The best part - all of them are very close to the city center which also offers innumerable attractions apart from golf. 

Top Attractions
  • Sam Phan Floating Market
  • Venezia Hua Hin
  • Hua Hin Vineyards
  • Khao Takiab Beach
  • Sasi Dinner Theatre
Hua Hin, Thailand

The classic parklands at Springfield Royal Country Club is stamped with signature trademarks of the Golden Bear - large ...

Hua Hin, Thailand

Situated inland among fruit orchards, the original A & B courses (Lake & Mountain) feature small streams, fast g...

Hua Hin, Thailand

Spectacular sea views, pristine white sands and pine trees perhaps best describe the stunning Sea Pines course, which in...

Hua Hin, Thailand

Set in a valley surrounded by dark granite rocky hills, the Black Mountain Golf Course uses the natural features of the ...

Hua Hin, Thailand

Pineapple patches, bougainvillea and innumerable ‘banyan’ trees adorn this hillside course that snugly nestl...

Hua Hin, Thailand

Often dubbed as Hua Hin’s best layout, Majestic Creek is located on the mountain foothills backing onto the Pranbu...

Hua Hin, Thailand

Sophisticated comfort and exclusive service await you at Amari Hua Hin. Situated near the glittering Gulf of Thailand, t...

Hua Hin, Thailand

With the perfect combination of bustling urban life and relaxed seaside living, the Hilton Hua Hin Resort and Spa is the...

When to Go: Weather
The best time to visit Thailand is during the cool season between November and March when the temperatures are lower and rainfall is also less. However, this is also when Europeans flock to escape the harsh winters of north. March to May remains hot and the monsoon comes between June and October, though downpours rarely last more than a couple of hours. Although it can be hot and humid in Thailand during the southern winter, anytime is a good time to play golf. In particular, the wet season doesn’t stop visitors who like to take advantage of the low rates and thin crowds. As a general rule, it’s wise to play in the morning between June and October, when it is cooler and there is less chance of rain than in the afternoon.


Getting There

•    By Air: Bangkok has a well-connected International airport – Suvarnabhumi Airport. The average flight time from Sydney and/or Melbourne is 9.5 hours. Both Chiang Mai and Phuket have their own airports and are well connected to Bangkok by flights
•    By Road: Hua Hin and Pattaya are 3 hour and 2 hour drives respectively from Bangkok. The expressway makes for a smooth and easy ride


Time difference

•    Apr – Oct: EST -3 hours
•    Nov – Mar: EST -4 hours


Currency/ Visas

•    Local Currency: Thai Baht (THB). 1AUD = 26.88THB; 1 USD = 29.3 THB
•    For stays of 30 days or less, no Visa is required for Australian residents

Pattaya Saver - Free Golf

6 Nights | 1 Stop | 5 Rounds of Golf

Pattaya, Thailand

from AU$ 1,325
per person
Luxury Pattaya - Free Golf

6 Nights | 1 Stop | 5 Rounds of Golf

Pattaya, Thailand

from AU$ 1,740
per person
Pattaya
Pattaya is always switched on and fun. From sunrise to sunset, Pattaya’s beaches are constantly brimming with life, as water sports lovers and sun worshippers take to the waters. After dark, the action shifts to the streets, as revellers explore its electrified nightlife scene, where drinking and partying continue until dawn. Quite surprisingly, Pattaya's “best kept secret” are the 20 odd world class Golf courses offering an experience that would rival any top European or American course, but at a fraction of the price. Go for it - it's a steal!
Top Attractions
  • Jomtien Beach
  • Sanctuary of Truth
  • Sriracha Tiger Zoo
  • Pattaya Elephant Village
  • Thai Alangkarn Theatre
  • Ko Phai
Pattaya, Thailand

Over the last 40 years, the Old Course at Siam Country Club has played host to a number of international golf tournament...

Pattaya, Thailand

Featuring three 9 hole tracks – Mountain, Lake and Valley, Laem Chabang uses the natural hilly terrain in classic ...

Pattaya, Thailand

The undulating natural topography provides the perfect drama to Pattaya's most challenging golf course that replicates a...

Pattaya, Thailand

Set on wooded, rolling terrain, this 27-hole facility comprises of three nines - Ocean, Lake and Mountain. Gently contou...

Pattaya, Thailand

The third layout from Siam Motors Group in Pattaya features gently sloping terrain, making it very different from its hi...

Pattaya, Thailand

The 27-hole layout consisting of three 9-holes - Sugarcane, Tapioca and Pineapple, winds through a rolling terrain with ...

Pattaya, Thailand

Laid out on a hilly terrain, the Burapha course cleverly uses the natural lakes, palms trees and tropical vegetation to ...

Pattaya, Thailand

An elegantly-styled resort, Page 10 Hotel combines traditional style with modern simplicity. Page 10 Hotel is ideally lo...

Pattaya, Thailand

Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa is a luxury hotel in Pattaya city center that overlooks the beach and is surrounded by...

When to Go: Weather
The best time to visit Thailand is during the cool season between November and March when the temperatures are lower and rainfall is also less. However, this is also when Europeans flock to escape the harsh winters of north. March to May remains hot and the monsoon comes between June and October, though downpours rarely last more than a couple of hours. Although it can be hot and humid in Thailand during the southern winter, anytime is a good time to play golf. In particular, the wet season doesn’t stop visitors who like to take advantage of the low rates and thin crowds. As a general rule, it’s wise to play in the morning between June and October, when it is cooler and there is less chance of rain than in the afternoon.


Getting There

•    By Air: Bangkok has a well-connected International airport – Suvarnabhumi Airport. The average flight time from Sydney and/or Melbourne is 9.5 hours. Both Chiang Mai and Phuket have their own airports and are well connected to Bangkok by flights
•    By Road: Hua Hin and Pattaya are 3 hour and 2 hour drives respectively from Bangkok. The expressway makes for a smooth and easy ride


Time difference

•    Apr – Oct: EST -3 hours
•    Nov – Mar: EST -4 hours


Currency/ Visas

•    Local Currency: Thai Baht (THB). 1AUD = 26.88THB; 1 USD = 29.3 THB
•    For stays of 30 days or less, no Visa is required for Australian residents