Our Facilities

Club Facilities

International Restaurant and Bar - available for functions
Snooker/billiards room and library - members only
Golf shop, locker room
Available for hire - caddies, golf clubs, tennis and squash rackets

Leonownes Verandah Restaurant

The Leonownes Verandah Restaurant

The Members Bar

Sporting Facilities for Members and Visitors

Nine Hole - par 36 - Golf      Course - hosting regular club      and sponsored tournaments
Two Tennis courts - floodlit
Two Squash courts - air      conditioned
Cricket field and 2 practice      nets
Golf driving range, practice      green, golf coaching
Host to the Annual      International Chiang Mai Sixes

The Mcfie billiard room and library


Gymkhana Sports Club

The Conception





he Gymkhana Club at Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand, was conceived in 1898 by a handful of expatriate gentlemen with the object of using the club as a means of encouraging sport in Northern Siam.For the club to achieve this goal it should be managed so as to meet the needs of the members and their guests and be run as a profitable enterprise where all profits are circulated back into the club for continual improvement.
The club would also act as a focal point where members could meet up during their work breaks and together with their wives enjoy a haven of tranquility, engage in idle (and sometimes malicious) gossip, participate in various sports and relax with the tipple of their choice on the verandah whilst the heat of the afternoon sun gave way to cooling breezes from the adjacent mountains.



he British playwright and novelist, Somerset Maugham wrote, when he visited the Gymkhana Club while touring through the Chiang Mai district in the 1920s, "although horse racing is no more, there are excellent facilities for golf, tennis, squash and cricket. The Gymkhana Club is well worth a visit and provides a chance to take a step back into a different kind of Thai history." His observation still applies to this day, 95 years or so later.
For more information on the history of the club, go here

A Flying Visit