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Top Non Golf Thailand Attractions

Top Non Golf Thailand Attractions

Thailand (2) Want to plan an Asian golf vacation but also need to make sure your non-golfing travel partners are happy?  No problem.  Below are some of the more popular non-golf activities to include on your Thailand golf holiday itinerary.

All Over Thailand
Massage:  Thai massage, Swedish massage, sports massage, foot massage, neck & shoulder massage, fish massage, aroma therapy, hot stone therapy and more.  You are never far from a spa in Thailand.  Most good hotels have them and you will find many more on the streets.

Best of Bangkok:  Tour includes the Grand Palace, the city’s most famous temples and a long tail boat ride on the Chao Phraya River.

Thai Cooking School:  Fun hands-on experience as you cook (and eat) a multi-course Thai meal.

Siam Niramit:  Dinner and Thai culture show.  World class stage production is one of the best of its kind.

The Beach:  Besides golf, Phuket has some of Southeast Asia’s best beaches.

Phi Phi Island:  Numerous beautiful and exotic limestone islands popping up out of the sea along with opportunities for swimming and snorkeling as well as lunch on a deserted island (aka James Bond).

Phuket Island Highlights: Sightseeing including Kata lookout (Phuket’s southernmost point), Wat Chalong Temple and Phuket Town.

Phuket Fantasea:  Dinner and Thai culture show with elephants, magic, song, dance, acrobats and much more.

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Thailand Golf Blog is Back in Virtual Print

Thailand Golf Blog is Back in Virtual Print

Hey guys, we are BACK! After a 2 year hiatus the Thailand Golf Blog will become an active golf chat site again with a weekly blog by me, Graham the golfnut, and hopefully other posts from you the golfing public.

What can you expect from the new and improved – and well rested – Thailand Golf blog? I will be putting up a lot of new content about what happens on the golf courses around Thailand, where you have to play and where you must not. There will be a few course reviews on brand new courses (like the new Royal Gems 63 hole complex that is not even open yet), helpful tips for people coming to Thailand to golf for the first time, like the fact that you use your umbrella every day for either the rain or the sun, but it is always used.

We will be covering Asian Tour events, Thailand Golf Tournaments,  and now that the European Senior Tour is holding events here in Thailand, maybe, just maybe we are not far away from another PGA event here again.

Enjoy the new posts here, I will endeavour to maintain the high humour content that Niftee had going here and make this the best read and most enjoyable golf blog going. (Except maybe Thailand Golf Zone!)

Swing Straight, Shoot Low.