Chiang-Mai a golfer’s favourite summer destination in Thailand


Experience Golf in Chiang Mai, Thailand

CHIANG MAI, known for its stunning natural landscapes and rich Lanna culture, is a great place for golfers to visit Thailand during India’s hot summer. Here is a selection of top golf courses, hotels, spas, shopping and other activities to become familiar with while planning a trip to Chiang Mai this summer.

Alpine Golf Club Chiang Mai:

Alpine Golf Club is one of finest golf courses with over 3 years of proven experience of offering its members a new dimension of golf challenge beyond expectations. The course was designed by one of the world’s most renowned architects Mr. Ron M. Garl. Once he set foot on the land of Today’s Alpine Golf Club, the architect’s vision was to build Thailand’s one and only man-made hilly championship golf course.

 Chiang Mai Highlands:

Set in the foot-hills east of Chiang Mai, Chiangmai High- lands Golf and Spa Resort features a magnificent 27-hole championship golf course, providing golfers with the additional pleasure of magnificent mountain views on every hole. Chiangmai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort has since attracted more awardsincluding Best Value Golf Experience, Top 3 ranked Course in Thailand, and a nomination for Best Golf Resort in Asia by the 2015 Asian Golf Awards.

Gassan Legacy Golf Club:

Gassan is the largest golf complex in northern Thailand consisting of three challenging 18 holes golf courses set amongst different locations with stunning, serene views, offering various levels to suit all standards of golfers. Each golf course provides accommodation with a wide range of facilities.

  • Le Meridian Chiang Mai: Le Meridien Chiang Mai is situated in a well-known area of Chiang Mai. This 5-star hotel provides views of Doi Suthep Mountain, as well as a sauna and an outdoor pool. Guests can make the most of the sun on the terrace or enjoy a beverage at the bar. Multilingual staff can assist with reservations or dining recommendations, and an express check-in/check-out facility is provided for guest convenience. 
  • Shangri-La Hotel: An ambience of Culture and Tradition of Northern Thailand within the hotel Tennis court available Wedding Package honeymoon offers Luggage Storage Service Currency Exchange Service 24 hours Check-in Reception- Shangri-La hotel, Chiang Mai offers a total of 277 rooms with facilities and ser- vices of a 5-star hotel. The hotel also has shops, special floor rooms, elevators, coffee shops, bars, pubs, laundry and dry-cleaning services, meeting room, Total of 4 restaurants and bars.
  • Melia Chiang Mai: This elegant refuge with an oriental ambience also pro- videos all the comforts required by global travellers. An oasis of calm with splendid, carefully designed rooms, perfectly in tune with the exotic charm of this vibrant city. A perfect place to rest on your holiday or business trip and savour Spanish influences in mystical Thailand. Enjoy an authentic sanctuary of purity and well-being at the YHI Spa.
  • DusitD2 Chiang Mai: It’s business class on arrival at dusitD2 Chiang Mai, a vibrant, upscale getaway in the heart of the action. Conveniently located just off the famous Chang Klan Road in downtown Chiang Mai, the city’s night bazaar, restaurants and hot spots lie within a stone’s throw. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, guests enjoy ease, convenience and smart service in a happening destination with all the amenities on hand.
  • Borsang Umbrella Painting: A legend credits the monk Luang Por Inthaa with introducing the making of umbrellas, covered with sa paper, to the Bo Sang community more than 100 years ago. What seems to be clear is that the skill of making umbrellas from bamboo and sa paper.
  • Try Khao Soi Soup: From northern Thailand, a noodle soup with an amazing mix of flavour and texture. My mom made this for me recently, and I fell in love with it. It is a variation on a recipe about street food she found in her local paper. It is quite flavourful, so if you prefer a less spicy dish, reduce the amount of spices.
  • Experience Khantoke dinner: Step into the enchanting world of Northern Thailand with the Khantoke Dinner and Traditional Lanna Show. This immersive cultural experience is a one-of-a-kind journey that whisks you away to the heart of Lanna heritage. At its core, this event is a sumptuous feast of traditional Northern Thai cuisine, served in the unique Khantoke style, where communal dining is celebrated. What truly sets this experience apart.
  • Fah Lanna Spa: With a focus on preserving and highlighting traditional Lanna (northern Thai) culture and wellness practices, Fah Lanna Spa and Massage is a true escape in the centre of the city. Carefully chosen details; from lotus or jasmine blossom on the tea tray to traditional artifacts used to decorate each treatment room and emphasis on nature, the experience here is beautiful.
  • Let’s Relax Spa: A must-try massage for foreign travellers in Bangkok, Thai massage is influenced by Chinese and Indian healing arts, which combine stretching and acupressure techniques. The massage is oil-free and performed on a firm mattress, while the guest wears loose pajamas. Thai massage follows the body’s energy lines known as ‘Sen’ in Thai. Through stretching, acupressure, and yoga-like postures, it seeks to clear blockage, restore balance, and rejuvenate the body’s energy.
  • Oasis Spa: A Professional Massage Therapy Spa We pride ourselves in bring- ing you the best possible service in all of Vietnam. With over 65 different service options for you to choose from, be assured there is something for everyone to enjoy. Featuring “Fish Frenzy” A fish massage by authentic im- ported Garra Rufa massage and exfoliating fish At Oasis Spa the customer is #1 and your satisfaction is guaranteed.
  • Klong Mae Kha: The Mae Kha Canal is one of the tributaries of the Ping River and crosses the municipality of Chiang Mai for 11 kilometres of its 31 kilometres in length. Long affected by polluted water, it has been cleaned and rehabilitated to recently transform a 750-meter-long section into one of Chiang Mai’s popular places.
  • Wualai Market: Wualai, the Saturday walking street, is a lively and fun night market that takes place in Chiang Mai just a short walk from the old city walls. It starts in the late afternoon and continues until around 22:30. We prefer the atmosphere here to the more famous Sunday night walking street, because even though it’s smaller, there aren’t the same crowds of people, so it makes for a much more leisurely stroll.
  • Jing Jai Market: Surrounded by lush green plants that exude a relaxing vibe. There are many shops in this area, such as cafes and restaurants offering homemade dishes made with local ingredients and seasonal organic produce. The market also serves as a venue for exchanging knowledge about crafts and hobbies for those who are into handmade products.


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