Soi Dao Highland Golf Resort
Each of our 47 recently renovated guest rooms overlook the stunning golf course. Located around three
and a half hour drive from Suvarnabhumi international Airport or one and a half hours away from Trat Airport, and just 46 kilometers from Chanthaburi town, Soi Dao Highland Golf Resort is conveniently located and easy to access when travelling from anywhere in the world. Explore the nearby Khao Soi Dao Waterfall in the easy to access attraction of Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary and the historic Chanthaburi town, all just a short drive away. WiFi is available in all area of the property and is free of charge. Bike is extended at our compliments for our guests.
Just 46 kilometers and a pleasant 40-minute drive away, you’ll find the culturally rich and historic Chanthaburi coastal city. Bursting with character, from the impressive Catholic cathedral to the remnants of French occupancy in 1893, there’s plenty to explore and discover. Seek out the sparkle at the famous gem markets and dine on some of the freshest seafood Thailand has to offer with a wide range of charming and authentic Thai restaurants.
City Pillar Shrine (ศาลหลักเมืองจันทบุรี) : The shrine is assumed to have been originally built of laterite though what it looked like is unknown. The present shrine and city pillar were constructed in 1981 and have undergone restoration.
King Taksin the Great Shrine (ศาลสมเด็จพระเจ้าตากสินมหาราช) : The shrine is a nonagonal building with a roof taking the shape of a royal hat with a pointed spire constructed in 1920 CE. It houses a statue of King Taksin the Great to whom a large number of people come to pay respect each day.
The Catholic Church Chanthaburi (โบสถ์คาทอลิกจันทบุรี หรือ อาสนวิหารพระนางมารีอาปฏิสนธินิรมล) : According to history, the construction of this old and large Catholic Church took 275 years to complete. It was built in Gothic style with beautiful stained glass decorations depicting Christian saints.
Khao Khitchakut National Park (อุทยานแห่งชาติเขาคิชฌกูฏ) : Its moist evergreen forests, hill evergreen forest as well as deciduous forest abound in various herbs, wild orchids, and the rare eaglewood. Its mountainous area provides home for copious wild animals. Places of interest within the national park include.
Laem Sadet–Ao Khung Kraben (แหลมเสด็จ–อ่าวคุ้งกระเบน) : Ao Khung Kraben also accommodates the royally-suggested Ao Khung Kraben Development Study Centre which won the Thailand Tourism Awards 2002. The centre is responsible for research and study for appropriate development guidelines of Chanthaburi's shoreline.
Namtok Khao Soi Dao (น้ำตกเขาสอยดาว) : The waterfall has 16 tiers with a large swarm of butterflies ideal for butterfly watching and plant study.