Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Siam Country Club Pattaya "Plantation" - Chonburi, Thailand (Part 1)


Two boring days at Amata Spring Country Club, thank god for this bright-sunshiny third day at Siam Country Club Pattaya "Plantation" - Chonburi. Otherwise I beg to differ what would have happened to me. What else I suppose except bored to death. Anyway, this trip didn't kick-jump-start immediately. 1 1/2 hours of waiting which almost drove me up the wall. Did I have a choice? I guess not. Because, even though this is suppose to be my first ever solo travel, I actually came over to Chonburi to stay with my friend. Dot. Nevertheless, once I tacked along with her and her colleagues for the drive to Siam Country Club Pattaya "Plantation", I felt a whole better. Beautiful green luscious jungle like surrounding prior to arriving. From the car park at the far end, we were driven by the buggy to the main entrance. Thereafter we walked through the main lounge before sitting at right wing.





International golf courses as you know is superbly awesome, this one adorned with  artistic deco and cozily furnished for the comfort of relaxing while sipping chilled beers or having a meal after an easy or hard day of hitting the golf balls, or just sit around doing nothing. My friends were actually on duty. They were to meet someone important as in to get ready for the coming soon golf tournament. When that person came over, I didn't feel comfortable, as though a lamp-post when work is concern. So, I quietly left and stood as close as possible to the golf turf to view the panoramic view that extended till Pattaya ocean. Breathtaking. I couldn't help but visualise being at Pattaya beach which actually is our next destination. I really couldn't wait because the suspense was killing me inside, also because I have been standing at the same spot for the last half an hour. Mmmm!! Tiring doing nothing.   

  


Just then my friends signalled. The meeting over and its time for lunch.

To be continued in Part 2.

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12 comments:

  1. Wow... very nice golf course! The weather looks great too!

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  2. beautiful place nava!!

    came by to visit your blog miss reading your post, i have problem with my domain will fix the problem next week, till then i only can back blogging.

    anyhow take care nava and post more entry i will come by and read once when im online :)

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  3. Wow Nava! Looks like you had a great time. The view is quite something. Good to know you're having a great time. :)

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  4. Looks pretty. Am not into golf but love the pristine look that comes with golf courses.

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  5. interesting art and craft at the club.

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  6. I could TOTALLY use a country club visit right now! :D

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  7. This looks very picturesque! I used to work in the golf industry but was never really enamored by it, so I completely understand your need to stroll away. Golf is big business in many countries, but the best thing I enjoyed about it was the amazing courses and that country club has some wonderful ones! Enjoy the day Nava!

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  8. Such a gorgeous place... I could see myself there, enjoying the surroundings.

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  9. it is very beautiful golf course...
    I was talking with my TH friend that day and he told me that the best business industry in TH is the tourism industry..

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  10. will go there if i got chances :3

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  11. This club has the interior designed absolutely stunningly :D
    Great post!
    I can see why you are having such a wonderful time :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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