First group of foreign tourists completes 14-day Golf Quarantine in Thailand

Thailand’s golf quarantine was created in line with the government’s strict COVID-19 prevention and control measures that required golfers to follow a set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) from the Thai Department of Health Service Support

Thai Tourism to focus on Four Top niche-market

Organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) together with the Thai tourism industry, the TTM will feature products and services related to Ecotourism, Golf, Health and Wellness, and Wedding and Honeymoon in a special dedicated pavilion. In addition to the four mentioned categories, which have always been Thailand’s strong points, there will also be a category focusing on General Leisure.

Pattaya Wins Asia’s Best Golf Destination for 2012 (IAGTO)

At the Asia Pacific Golf Summit in Pattaya, Thailand was named the best golf destination in Asia/Pacific, while Black Mountain Golf Club at Hua Hin was declared the region’s best championship course and Thai Country Club in Bangkok the number two layout to Kingston Heath in Melbourne, Australia.

Thailand Golf Tourism May Reach $US 2 Billion in 2012

Based on the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s forecast record 19 million inbound visitors to the kingdom in 2012, golf tourism could be worth $US 2 billion to Thailand next year. Three percent – or 600,000 – of all foreign tourists are expected to come to play golf.

Thailand hopes to become Asia’s golf hub

Thailand will underline its attempt to become Asia’s golf hub by hosting…

Thailand named Golf destination of the Year

Thailand has been awarded the title of ‘Golf Destination of the Year, Asia and Australasia, 2010’ by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators(IAGTO). The IAGTO awards, sponsored in association with Virgin Atlantic, are the official awards of the golf tourism industry and are voted for by over 1,300 members in 77 countries. On receiving the awards Santi Chudintra, director of the Americas Market Division at the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) had this to say, ‘These awards are welcome, of course, but they aren’t news to anyone who works in the golf travel industry or, for that matter, anyone who has experienced a golf holiday in Thailand,’ ‘This will definitely help us to promote Thailand for golf and encourage golfers to come and play there.