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Welcome to our Table tennis group. We are a friendly group who love Table Tennis. We usually play Saturday and Sundays afternoons and Wednesday evenings at our new location: Central Plaza Bangna, top floor, which has the bonus of air conditioning and proper rubberised flooring material.
New members are always welcome and regular players are happy to play anyone including beginners and happy to offer tips and advice if you want to progress (we all started as beginners!)
Located on the 7th floor just above the cinema of Central (between the Aqua Park and cinema. Look for the escalator with the Joola sign and table tennis bat pictures). There are 15+ table tennis tables for 100 Baht the whole day. Please pay the staff at the counter directly as our organizers receive no money from members.
We currently "self organise" our events by communicating on a Line group. Ask event organizers to add you to the "LINE" group.
We meet on Saturdays and Sundays from 2pm and Wednesdays from 6.30pm.
If you plan to play regularly you can buy pre-made racket at a sports shop or get a custom made one at one of several specialist table tennis shops in Bangkok including at the venue we meet. Rackets are available to rent at the counter where you pay to play (20 or 40 Baht a time).
We look forward to welcoming you to our Table Tennis group soon!
P.S. There are no showers or changing facilities although you can use the toilets downstairs to change before and after playing.
P.P.S. If you come to BTS Bangna you can take a white songthaew for 8 Baht when you leave from Exit 4 from the BTS. There may also be a free bus to take you to Central.
P.P.P.S. You can rent a table for 100 Baht an hour if two or more people just want to play for a short amount of time and there's professional coaching available by the staff at 700 Baht an hour.
P.P.P.P.S Stuart, one of the organisers, can provide some coaching by request. Please contact him by Line directly to arrange this (ID stuartrobbens). Please note he's not a professional coach but can teach you the basics or help you improve your game.
WoooHOOOO...Ball Hockey has returned!
Welcome to our Ball Hockey Group.
We host Weekly Ball Hockey games usually on Saturday or Sunday afternoons at the British Club located on Silom Soi 18.
We currently "self organize" our events as dates and times do change. Please email [masked] to sign up for our weekly game notices. Please do not RSVP here. Please send to the email above to get on the player list.
Due to COVID restrictions, you MUST be on the players' list to be allowed to enter the venue.
We welcome anyone interested in hockey: beginners-experts; male-female; Thais and Farangs. We are all about having fun and getting some good exercise playing the greatest game in the world.
WHAT IS "BALL HOCKEY"?
Ball hockey is basically the same game as ice hockey, the main difference, is, of course, it's played on a court and not on ice. But the sticks are the same and the rules are basically the same.
WHAT EQUIPMENT IS NEEDED?
All you need are your running shoes. We have extra sticks available at the court but if you have your own it's recommend to bring it.
Most people also wear soccer shin pads and hockey gloves.
The fee to play is just 100 Baht for regular sessions.
Changing rooms with showers are available and water is provided.
It's really a lot of fun, we look forward to seeing you there
Come join us for some great board games and/or cards online or with others living in Bangkok, it doesn't matter if you have never played before or if you are a pro. You can chat and help organize online and/or in-person gatherings with the other members in our Line group, contact me directly if you are only interested in joining our group, my Line ID is bradley.jordan
Playing online games is fun, free, and easy, and you get to meet other gamers from all around the world. There are hundreds of great free online game to play, and the list keeps growing. We chat while we’re playing online, so we can get to know, help each other, and share the laughter.
When our members meet in person around Bangkok, they might be meeting at board game cafes which might charge a fee, or at other venues, but we never charge for playing games. We have been playing board and card games for more than nine years now, making friends, and having lots of fun over the years.
Please don’t leave messages for me on Meetup, it’s easier to add me to your Line contacts, we can chat there.
Hope you all are taking good care of yourselves,
Phaya Thai BTS Station
Visit 2 hidden Palaces, First Café, and The biggest Medical Center in The World!
10.30 am meet at BTS Phayathai exit 4 upstairs
Walk to Suan Pakkad Palace Museum. Once the residence of Princess Chumbhot of Nagor Svarga, one of Thailand’s leading art collectors, this lovely complex contains five traditional Thai houses, each featuring a collection of historic items and works of art. Feeling impress for sure. Open 9:00 am – 16:00 pm.
Walk along Rangnam road pass King Power Rangnam the duty shop to Victory Monument is a massive, imposing structure very visible from the nearby MRT commemorating Thailand`s military spats with France before WW II. It is located on a round-a-bout serviced by four very busy roads so, isn`t easy to access but is worth the effort if you are interested in military history. Locals are very respectful of what it represents. There is a local secret the once famous "boat noodle soup" can be found in a nearby alleyway to the north of the monument.
Visit the local market along Rajavithi road and you will see the biggest medical center in Thailand and the world along this road. After that can enjoy and have lunch at the café Narasingh. It is the first coffee shop in Thailand. It is over 100 years old, built in the late reign of King Rama VI with a classic atmosphere. Excellent food and drinks, been there many times, impressed every time. Classified as a beautiful coffee shop And the most pleasant place to sit in another shop Norasing coffee shop Located in the Phayathai Palace area.
Visit Phayathai Palace with its rich history dated back to the previous century, Phyathai Palace was once known as King Rama V’s place for relaxing and sometimes served as the royal cottage for the King’s agricultural experiments. The Queen Mother and King Rama VI once spent their times at the Palace. It was later transformed into a five-star hotel and the Royal Thai Army’s medical headquarters, which marked the beginning of Phramongkutklao Hospital. Phyathai Palace now serves as a museum with these interesting sections: Pimarn Chakri Throne Hall, Waikoon Theppayasatharn Throne Hall*,* Sri Sutthaniwart Throne Hall*,* Thewarat Sapharom Throne Hall, Udom Wanabhorn Throne Hall, Mekkala Rujee Palace, Royal Concourse, Roman Garden*. Open* Tues and Thurs at 13.30 pm., Sat and Sun at 09.30 am and
13.30 pm. Visitors are required to wear appropriate attire.
Foreigner 350 thb
Thai 300 thb
(Pay when arriving at the appointment point)
2 Museums tickets
foods and beverages
Finish around 3.00 pm
Contact Kun R Tel. / Line ID:[masked]