Things to do

There’s plenty of things to do in Bang Saray with amazing golf resorts, long beach fronts and festivals like The Loi Krathong Festival and the Electric Float Procession.

Golfing in Bang Saray

bang-saray-things-to-do-img-1Pattaya/Jomtien is the largest beach resort in South East Asia. It’s skyline is dominated by modern sky scrappers and with more than 200 hotels and 25,000 rooms it offers an excellent choice for holidays at reasonable price. More than a million tourists descend upon Pattaya each year.

Golf is play all year round in delightful tropical climate, with charming caddies to carry your golf bag, beckoning drinks huts are strategically located every three or four holes to serve you cold beer or exotic tropical fruit drinks and impressive clubhouses offering full catering facilities throughout the day.

Located only 10 minutes drive away from Bang Saray is Phoenix Golf Club. With 27 beautifully manicured holes designed across Mountain, Lake and Ocean courses. This really is an exceptional course.

The Course

  • 27-Holes
  • Mountain Course Par 36 White Tee 3224 yards
  • Lake Course Par 36 White Tee 3080 yards
  • Ocean Course Par 36 White Tee 3196 yards

bang-saray-things-to-do-img-2The developer’s choice of the site was excellent – beautiful undulating hillside country, with an existing cover of varied eucalyptuses, mature bamboo and low shrubbery. The course is quite elevated, with attractive distant sea hill views. It usually has cooling breezes off the sea. The massive clubhouse is a cavernous marble confection with internal pools and cascading waterfalls dominating the landscape.

The massive clubhouse is a cavernous marble confection with internal pools and cascading waterfalls dominating the landscape.



Other Nearby Courses

Bangphra International
18 holes by Japan Golf

Burapha Golf
36 holes by David Graham & Gary P

Crystal Bay Resort
27 holes by Thai Takenaka

Eastern Star
18 holes by Robert Trent Jones

Great Lake Golf Clubs
18 holes by Nick Faldo

Khao Kheow
27 holes by Pete Dye

Leam Chabang
27 holes by Jack Nicklaus

Mountain Shadow
18 hole by Ronald Fream

Noble Place
27 hole by Peter Thomson

27 holes by Denis Griffith

Siam Country Club
18 holes by I. Izumi

Siracha Golf Clubs
18 holes by Gary Player


Places to see

Wat Yarn

bang-saray-things-to-do-img-3Built in 1975, Wat Yansangwararam (Wat Yarn) covers an extensive area and is surrounded by scenic hilly landscapes. the complex of templs is made up of various religious buildings including an International Pavillion on the pond-side. One kilometre from the temple is a Chinese style structure called Viharnra Sien built by Thais of Chinese descendancy.

Within the beautiful structure are housed Chinese antiquities and an exhibition of Chinese religious artifacts. Another special attraction is the Buddha Image caste on the Khao Chi Chan cliff by laser beams. The temple is located to the east of Bang Saray approximately 10 kilometres from Sukhumvit Road.


Suan Nong Nooch

bang-saray-things-to-do-img-4About 4 kilometres north of Bang Saray is the impressive Nong Nooch Gardens. This sprawling recreation park in a typical Thai setting is made up of groups of traditional Thai Houses and Gardens of different flowering plants which are dotted around the beautifully landscaped site.

There are plenty of cultural shows and you have the opportunity to see some of the local wildlife such as Elephants and Tigers.





bang-saray-things-to-do-img-5Located only 16 kilometres north of Bang Saray, Pattaya has developed over recent times into a bustling metropolis where it is possible to shop at international boutiques, dine at a huge variety of international restaurants and enjoy the vibrant nightlife on the popular Walking Street.

Pattaya has everything required for a superb family vacation: Water Parks, Botanical Gardens, Museums, Cinemas, Beaches, Amusement Arcades and for the sports enthusiast, Golf, Fishing, Diving plus lots more.




bang-saray-things-to-do-img-6Only “over the hill” from Pattaya lies Jomtien…Jomtien is rapidly becoming a holiday resort in its own right. Although it is only 5 kilometres from the centre of Pattaya, Jomtien
has developed an image of the “family” vacation destination.

The beach is long and clean and there are lots of hotels of different standards dotted up and down the main beach road. Jomtien is the place people come to relax through the day down by the beach and enjoy Thai food from the local street vendors.




Samae San

bang-saray-things-to-do-img-7Another village offering good fishing opportunities is Samae San, located some 17 kilometres further from the Sattahip deep water port. There are bungalow-type accommodations and tourists can charter boats to enjoy fishing around the nearby islands. All these small islands are under the jurisdiction of the Thai Navy and are generally uninhabited with superb beaches and crystal clear water.





Festivals and attractions

The Loi Krathong Festival

“Loi Krathong” is traditionally performed on the full moon night of the twelfth lunar month, which usually falls on some day in November. The floating of a ‘Krathong’ – a banana–leaf cup – is intended to float away ill fortune as well as to express apologies to Khongkha or Ganga, the River Goddess. Some believe that the ritual is meant to worship the Buddha’s footprint on the bank of the Narmada River, while others say that it is to pay respect to Phra Uppakhut, one of the Lord Buddha’s great disciples.

The Loi Krathong Festival is celebrated nationwide in Thailand, especially where there are rivers, canals or sources of water, with different unique characteristics.

Electric Float Procession

This year, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has joint with Educational Institution and Thai Boat Association to present the Electric Float Procession from Taksin Bridge to Krungthon Bridge and the 12 lighten up buildings and historical sites along Chao Praya River during Loi Krathong Festival.