Saturday, 13 July 2013

Golf tourism increases rapidly in Asia

Golf in Asia travel is booming, bringing unique golf experiences, sumptuous landscapes, but also an excellent quality-price ratio and a world class service quality that continues to generate more interest for golf vacations throughout Asia.

In Thailand, the East Coast will also get some new world class golf courses. The construction of the new Siam Country Club Waterside race is progressing well and once it will be opened in 2014, it will mark the first 63 holes in Thailand golf resort. In addition, two golf courses in Pattaya changed owner last month. The Phoenix & Golf Country Club is now owned by Hemaraj, a large industrial real estate company and the Rayong Century was bought by TCC Capital Land, a real estate developer of the Thailand.

Still in Thailand, Khao Yai, the Mountain Creek Golf Resort is the only course designed by Seve Ballesteros in Thailand. Featuring 36 holes and an excellent club-house, it is located some 20 km from Khao Yai. If combined with other good golf courses in the region, as Panorama Country Club, Rancho Charnvee Golf Club, and / or Toscana Valley Country Club, could be ideal for a holiday of golf away from the masses of tourists in one of the best established golf destinations.

In Malaysia, in Kuala Lumpur, the superb Mines Resort & Golf Club (PGA Tour CIMB classic and the site where was held the Asia Tour 1998 with the victory of Tiger Woods) combined with golf at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (Maybank Open European Tour), and the Saujana Golf & Country Club (PGA European Tour and Asian Tour Malaysia Open), you then ferrez perhaps golf travel with the most beautiful journey of your life.

Still in Malaysia, Langkawi, the Datai Bay golf Club will reopen in December 2013. The former route will then make room for a whole new course designed by Ernie Els golf. When the Datai Bay club will reopen it could start at the top of the ranking of golf courses in Malaysia.

In Viet Nam, in the seaside town of Nha Trang, after about 3 years of construction, the full 18 holes at Diamond Bay Resort & Golf is now open and ready to welcome you to play. Initial reports indicate that some challenges still need to be facing the Viet Nam, but nonetheless the second golf course of Nha Trang is a newcomer that will be beneficial to the golf scene. Nha Trang is now also a good alternative to Phan Thiet for its accessibility (airport a few kilometres), golf courses and Resort are all top quality.

Then your golf holiday in Asia, is for when?

Tags: Club de golf, nha trang, Pattaya, golf tourism, golf vacations, travel Golf

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