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700 years Stadium Tennis Courts

 

The largest collection of tennis courts in Chiang Mai is at the 700 Years Stadium complex on the Canal road. There they have 11 practice courts and one center court for exhibition play as well as a large back board. These courts were made for the 1995 SEA games and have been well maintained since.

There you will find lots of courts space for you and a well stocked pro shop for a range of tennis equipments and accessories. The courts are open from 7:00am till 9:00 pm with flood lights for the extended play. (extra fee)  The cost is 60 baht an hour and discounted if a member to 40 baht. You can also arrange time with an instructed if you wish to improve your game.

 

 

 

 

It is easy to find by going out Chotana road to the new city hall and turn (veer) left and keep going till you cross over the Canal road and your in the sports complex then follow the arrows to the right.

Tel 053-112301 ถึง 3 , Fax 053-112299

 

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