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Tee-off in the Khao Yai Hills at Kirimaya

June 13, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , ,

Due to our commitment to responsible tourism issues, we are currently reviewing the golf courses we feel comfortable working with. For any questions, please email [email protected].

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Khiri Travel would like to introduce the Kirimaya Golf Resort situated close to Khao Yai National Park in central Thailand, a two-hour drive northeast of Bangkok.

The 18-hole course is designed by Jack Nicklaus. It lies on the edge of this UNESCO protected World Heritage Site. The idyllic environment offers panoramic vistas of verdant mountain ranges. Due to the elevation of the area, there’s usually a cool breeze.

The course is said to be one of Asia’s finest. Due to its linear layout, golfers rarely see other groups. Players feel like they’re unique users of the course.

Try your chances at the signature par 4 16th. Enjoy the challenge of avoiding the small lakes and lily-covered ponds. The Nicklaus-designed course will test your strategy each time.

The course might prove pretty tough for the high handicapper, but the five sets of tees makes it a little less intimidating. To achieve a good score requires strategic course management and some high quality tee shots.

When booking through Khiri Travel Thailand we can offer special deals at the  MUTHI MAYA Forest Pool Villa Resort and the Kirimaya Golf Resort Spa.
For example, stay two nights and get a complimentary one round of golf green fee; stay three nights and get complimentary one round of golf green fee plus a Thai set dinner for two. (Terms and conditions apply.)

For more information and bookings, please contact [email protected].

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