Chiang Mai Bow Archery Club in Mae Rim. Courses for
target shooting with ongoing instructions, club tournaments. Relaxing clubhouse
for socializing. Tel John 0 7800 4791 or Daeng 0 9952 6816
Jungle Bungee is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. The
only fully licensed and insured Bungee in Asia. Operating to New Zealand
standards since 1992. A 50-meter (165 ft.) jump over water. Face the ultimate
challenge. Tel./fax: 053 298 442, mobile: 01 885 1912.
Chiengmai Gymkhana Club
Chiengmai Gymkhana Club 349 Chiang Mai - Lampoon Road
(opposite electricity offices). Golf course, tennis and squash courts,
cricket nets, snooker room, restaurant, and bar. Open to non-members,
membership applications welcome. Tel. 053 241 035, e-mail:
Chiang Mai Schools Cricket Alliance
- Chairman Khun Puttivat Poshyanoda, secretary Peter Dawson, 181/118 Moo 3,
Moobahn Chotana Nivate 2, Photaram Road, Chang Puak, Chiang Mai 50300, tel. 053
216 132, e-mail- [email protected] Member schools: Prince Royal College,
Montfort College, Chiang Mai International School, Lanna International School,
Prem, Wat Pa Peng, Sai Moon, Rong Or, Sahagon, Bann Nam Phrae, Baan Dong, Wat
Sri Ping Muang and Horpra School. For further information telephone Linda Buck
on 0 7191 3807.
Darts matches to be arranged at the
“Hole-in-the-Wall” on 39/7-8 Rachamanka Road. Anyone interested in darts,
kindly contact 053 283 824.
FT-Fitness Thailand, Chiang Mai’s World Class Fitness
Center offers daily fitness classes to suit your requirements. Located on
the second floor of Rimping Supermarket-Chotana, next to Novotel, open daily
from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. English speaking instructors and many ‘low season
specials’. Separate sauna and lockers for men and women. Some of the courses
that can be booked to enhance your personnel fitness are: Intro Aerobics, Hi/Lo,
a pure cardio workout with challenging and dynamic Hi-Low, Power Combat,
developed from a range of self-defenses such as boxing, Karate and Tae Kwan Do,
Yoga/Pilates, which is a combination of meditation and stretching techniques.
Tel. 0 5341 0036.
Handball players wanted to play at
Gymkhana golf club. Beginners welcome. If interested call John Valentine at
(01-0237293). It’s a great workout and great fun.
Hash House Harriers
CH3 (males) is picked up from the Hash House Pub on the
corner of Moon Muang Soi 2 at 16.00 on Mondays once every 2 weeks.
CUM H3 is a male run. Pick-up every Tuesday at 4 p.m.
from Fish ‘n Chip Shop, Ratchawitti Road (opposite Irish Pub). A fun run for
males. No committee.
CSH3 mixed Saturday hash is picked up from the H3 Pub
on Moon Muang Road every Saturday at 15.30.
Chiang Mai’s Happy H3 is a mixture of traditional values
and progressive thinking. Very democratic, good runs and “on on’s”
guaranteed. On on on at Clubroom. Pick-up from Fish ‘n Chip Shop, Ratchawitti
Road, 4 p.m. every Saturday.
BH3 female hash (Harriettes) runs once a month on the last
Sunday of the month. Pickup from Hash House Pub on the corner of Soi 2 at
Moon Muang Rd. is at 3.30 p.m. during the winter and 4 p.m. during the summer.
For more information visit:
Inter Mini Golf Special Chiang Mai! 18 holes mini golf
qualified standard from Switzerland. Only 7 km from the airport and special
prices during the summer holiday season. Contact manager Som on 01 764 1425 or
check out their web page at: www.inter-minigolf.com
Tropical Minigolf at 27 Changklan Road in Chiang Mai. Play
all day long. Thai and international food. Live music every night. More
information from Tel. 0 7909 5137.
Mountain bikers: join the Chiang
Mai trail riders for fun and adventure. This friendly group of leisure riders
has excellent knowledge of trails and routes all over the Chiang Mai area and
meets about twice a week for evening or morning rides (typically about three
hours of riding and resting to some fantastic wilderness areas). For further
details of the next ride call Andy (01 7645311) or email [email protected]
Friday 9 p.m. - Chiang Mai Pool
League meets every Friday night. Fixtures for March 18 (home v away): Cornish
Arms v Rock Hard, Blue Sky Bar v Blue Sky Garden, True Blue v Half Moon, No Name
Caf้ v December Bar, Chiangers v John’s Place, La Villa v Home to Roost,
Friends Corner v Out Back. All the teams welcome new players, so come on along
and join the fun. Home team captains are asked to please phone the results of
their match to 053 278 503 or deliver them to either True Blue, Out Back or Home
to Roost bars or e-mail to cmt [email protected]
Saturday Knockout Pool Competitions at Half Moon Bar.
Trophy and prize for the winner. 100 baht entry fee. 32 players’ knockout.
Rules & a referee will be present. Start time at 17.30, Half Moon
Bar, Soi 2 Moonmuang (same as Top North Guesthouse).
Tuesday Night at 8:30 p.m. – Free
Quiz Night at True Blue Restaurant & Bar, 47 Moonmuang Rd (near Thapae Gate)
hosted by the authoritative (some might say dictatorial) owner Scottish-John.
The quiz follows the usual format of six rounds of 10-12 questions including
name the face-photographic hand out rounds. The remaining 5 rounds are selected
from a large list of ever changing subjects, all with a full international
flavour. The winning team receives a 500B credit (which can be used at any time)
with the runners up receiving a credit for 2 jugs of beer. It is emphasised that
this is not a UK or US based quiz but is truly international so anyone who can
understand “Scottish-English is free to join in. Contact Scottish John at True
Blue Restaurant & Bar.
New rugby players are welcome. Rugby practice is each Sunday
at 5 p.m. at the Chiang Mai University field. The Chiang Mai Sevens tournament
is on April 14-15. Our next road trip is for the Pattaya 10’s tournament May
1-2. Contact [email protected]
Every Thursday, 5 p.m. there is a regular midweek
Squash meeting for players of all levels at the Gymkhana Club. Apart from
Thursday, the other main meeting time is Sunday at 4:00 p.m. Dr.
Bob Malloy at Chiang Mai University is the captain of the Chiang Mai Squash Team
and has been a supporter of squash racquets in the North for many years. For
more information about the Chiang Mai Squash Section contact Dr. Robert Molloy
by e-mail: [email protected]