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Koh Samui Activities | Have a go at Tennis while on Samui Island

When on a tour to Samui Island, you have the option of playing tennis as a recreation during your trip. Though tennis is not that popular in Samui Island when compared to other countries, it is a part of the sports activities that is available on Samui Island.

There are tennis courts and clubs for you to play tennis on Samui Island

There are many marvelous tennis courts found across Samui Island. It is possible for tennis players to practice tennis for as long as they wish in these tennis courts. These tennis courts are usually found in the resorts and hotels found on the island. In addition to the hotels and resorts, there are two tennis clubs found on Samui Island.

One of them is the Samui Tennis Club of Nathon, and the other, the Koh Samui Tennis Club found in the Santiburi Resort of Maenam. The other resorts where there are tennis courts on Samui Island are Imperial Samui Hotel, Central Samui Beach Resort, Amari Palm Reef Resort and many others.

When you visit these tennis courts of Samui Island, you find that they offer fantastic facilities for the tennis player. One of the tennis courts here, the one in Four Season Resort has two hard courts for you to use to play your game of tennis. there are also instructors here for you to help and teach you the game, and the tricks of the game.

There are also tennis coaching classes in Samui Island

If you are interested, it is also possible to attend coaching classes which will be organized for ardent learners. Of course, tennis lessons will be administered for a fee. In addition to learning fees, those wishing to play tennis on the tennis courts found in resorts have to pay a certain fee for using the courts. The fees for using the courts usually lies between 150 to 200 bahts per hour.

Tennis is basically a sport that is played occasionally on Samui Island. It is the tourists who love playing it while on a trip to Samui Island.


Last Updated: 05 Feb 2008