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Thailand place to practice almost any outdoor sport

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Thailand‘s a big enough country that you can find a place to practice almost any outdoor sport.

Golf -Apart from shopping, beaches, temples, one-of Thailand‘s primary attrac­tions for tourists is golf. Because of the increase in the popularity of golf in Thai­land, a large number of courses have sprung up, making Thailand one of Asia’s top golfing destinations.

Kiteboarding Asia Ltd.(KBA) is the leading supplier of Education and Equipment in Thailand.Kiteboarding is a young, fast growing water-sport that everyone can learn and enjoy.

Rock climbing the cliffs of Rai Leh in Krabi are arguably among the best in the world. Rai Leh is perhaps the best winter sport rock climbing area in the world, with over a thousand bolted routes up limestone faces with breathtaking views over the ocean. If you are an avid rock climber, chances are you already know about this

KBA is available at 7 locations in Thailand :Hua Hin, Pattaya, Phuket, Koh Samui, Chumphon, Pranburi and koh Phangan which an excellent place to learn this great sport. KBA is the only IKO certified (International Kiteboarding Org.) school in Thailand and the range of equipment that we offer has the lowest prices worldwide

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The greens fees here are reasonable by any standard. For weekday, green fee is 600-800 baht for eighteen holes and about 1,000-1,500 for weekend. Caddy fee is 200 baht (you are required to take a caddy) and tip of 200 baht is expected.

There are also golf package at resorts around the country, where you play and stay for a specific time, usually stay one night and play two days of golf. Check with your travel agency for detail.

Rock climbingthe cliffs of Rai Leh in Krabi are arguably among the best in the world. Rai Leh is perhaps the best winter sport rock climbing area in the world, with over a thousand bolted routes up limestone faces with breathtaking views over the ocean. If you are an avid rock climber, chances are you already know about this

place and the spectacular cliffs are the reason you are here.

Climbing is graded on the French scale, most is steep and challenging with only limited possibilities for beginners. Due to the corrosive nature of the seaside location, the steel bolts may be of ques­tionable integrity, bolt failure is not uncom­mon here, and threads (rope tied through holes in the rock) may be of questionable integrity as well. Overall the rock quality is superb; however, like everywhere else, you will find the occasional loose section including the famous Rai Leh stalactites.

Scuba divingeasily accessible Ko Tao (near Samui) draws the crowds, but also possible in Pattaya and Krabi, and the Similan Islands are worth the journey

Diving in Ko Tao is easy, fun, and you can see turtles, stingrays, barracudas, lots of small fish, reef sharks, and there is a very small chance of seeing a whale shark. Nearly any time of the year except November is good diving weather in Ko Tao, In November, the visibility is reduced and the seas are choppy, but diving is good by the standards of many other destina­tions. When diving is good, the visibility can be 40+ meters. Average visibility is around 15-20 meters.

There are a huge number of dive opera­tors on the island, many offering budget accommodation. Currently the price for PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) open water certification includ­ing the new PADI training manual, profes­sional instruction, rental equipment, boat dives, and certification is around 10,000 baht; insurance and basic accommoda­tion may also be included. Shop around as not all shops teach in the same way. Look for experienced dive instructors instead of a low price.

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