Koh Samui Tennis Club, Thailand
Koh Samui Tennis Club, Thailand. If there was tennis in heaven, it might look like this. Koh Samui tennis club is beautifully maintained and offers everything the tennis traveler could want including hitting partners and coaching.
The two courts are plexi-paved-the same surface used at the Australian Open
The surroundings are lush and tropical, and the clubhouse serves up both tennis gear and cold Chang Beer. The courts are lit for night play.
I played with a hitting partner ‘Chan’ and this guy definitely made me run. Other players we ran into here were from Russia and Poland.
What To Do After Tennis-An Thong Marine National Park
We spent the day on a boat touring Ang Thong National Marine Park by boat. These 42 islands shouldn’t be missed. The mountains on these white sand-rimmed islands rise graciously from the green water of the Gulf of Thailand with such beauty that you just can’t stop snapping pictures. Tour boats will take you kayaking, hiking the mountain trails and snorkeling where you’ll find all kinds of sea life.
Where we stayed-Matlang Resort
We stayed at an older cottage resort called the Matlang. It’s beachfront with no frills but tons of character. Our cottage was spacious and clean and the ocean was just steps away. The beachfront massage at our resort attracted people from all over.
The food was good and very reasonable traditional Thai which is getting harder and harder to find in the busy town of Chaweng just up the road. The resort was run by a very friendly group of Thai folks who couldn’t have been more helpful.