There are plenty of outdoor tennis courts in Thailand, but I'd like to find an indoor one. Anyone can help???
That club is very elite, doesnt look like a club where you can go and have some fun with your mates, they have security everywhere, looks like the White House...So my guess is that it's only for the rich and the famous there.there are 4 indoor courts at the RBSC (royal bangkok sports club) but you have to be a member or go with a member
Are you a member there?soi klang is a good club to go to... has lots of services there - swimming pool, badminton courts, tennis courts, dancing rooms, and they have stringing service there. they also have a nice lebanese restaurant there. only 5 minutes away from my house too.
I play there every weekend. Hit with one of the knockers there and I also hit against the wall for an hour or so beforehand. I like working on different shots. If you'd like to hit sometime shoot me a message .... firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks Paul. How often do you play there? I am looking for some hitting partners in Bangkok
i used to be a member there, but that was a few years ago in the summer but i think anyone can play there. or you can just get a temporary membership there. i'll ask my friend, he started playing tennis a few months ago at the racket club.Are you a member there?
Whole day for $17? That sounds great...i used to be a member there, but that was a few years ago in the summer but i think anyone can play there. or you can just get a temporary membership there. i'll ask my friend, he started playing tennis a few months ago at the racket club.
EDIT: I just checked the site of the racket club, and for a non-member, the price averages at about 500 baht a day, or about $17 US.
Hey, Paul. I will email you probably later in Feb. Thanks!! I am traveling there for a few weeks with my tennis bag, and plan on living there afterward.
There're quite a few shops near the National Stadium BTS station. The one I recommend is right across the street from Lotus Supermarket. Also, Wilson is running a clearance sale until next month at their showroom near Seacon Square.Can everyone recommend a place to get tennis equipment. (apart from Central Plaza). I need a basket and lots of balls.
OMG...their stuff are expensive as heck....I gotta buy bunch of strings and overgrips here before I move there...I can't afford them there.. LOL..FBT Sports is a 7 story building devoted to sports equipment. I think it is the 5th floor that is for tennis. They will string a frame in 30 minutes for you. Great selection of everything.
It is located across the street from Ramkhanheng Uni out Soi 71 which is just past the Prakanong BTS stop. Taxi up Soi 71 might be 80 baht.