Asia Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts



Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts in Asia


While the origins of golf are rooted in Europe, Asia is home to a number of elite golf resorts and hotels. Our exploration of Asia's golfing opportunities has also allowed us to experience the beauty of and gauge the accommodation standards at top cities.
Look at our complete line-up for your upcoming and future holidays. The resorts' contact details are mentioned on their respective page, so you can make inquiries and bookings conveniently.
 


Around two-thirds the size of New York City, 
Singapore is home to just a few golf resorts. But Singapore has ensured that its golfing greens match its reputation as a top business destination in Asia-Pacific. Sentosa Golf Club is one of Asia's best, featuring lagoon views and strategically placed palms, while the five-star French luxury hotel located next door boasts an award-winning spa and luxurious dining. 

Malaysia offers an extensive choice of golf resorts and hotels. Els Club Teluk Datai is set amidst a picturesque natural environment of lush mountain slopes and a variety of flora, with two five-star accommodation options, both with jungle recreational activities and state-of-the-art conference rooms. If you prefer a modest choice, head to Bukit Jawi Golf Resort, a former palm tree plantation and currently housing two championship layouts with good bunkering and challenging holes. 

India's
 beauty lies in its diversity, and our best stay and play golf resorts cover the country's northern, southern and western regions. There is the excellent Kalhaar Blues & Greens Golf Club with a praiseworthy parkland layout and a modern clubhouse with luxury rooms and suites. If you're travelling to Srinagar – which has been called 'heaven on earth' for its incredible landscapes – Royal Springs Golf Course is just 20 minutes from the city center and close to a 250-room four-star hotel offering scenic views of the beautiful Dal Lake and Zabarwan Hills. 

China
 has more stay and play golf resorts than any other Asian country on our list. The good news is that quite a few of them offer quality golfing experiences. Among the ones we rated, we discovered the five-star Mission Hills Golf Club Dongguan featuring five championship golf courses, stunning vistas of jungle-clad mountains and sparkling rivers, and opulent accommodation comprising over 500 luxury rooms, a number of fine dining restaurants and Asia's largest spa facility. 

Thailand
 also has a quality line-up of stay and play golf resorts and hotels, including Blue Canyon Country Club, one of Asia's leading professional tournament venues, with luxury villas, lodges and apartments on-site, and the Jack Nicklaus-designed Laem Chabang International Country Club featuring a beautiful water-fronted downhill par-3, fantastic bunkers and challenging natural elevations and undulations. 
     
  Asia Golf Map with Best Golf Destinations   
On the maps we have indicated the best golf hotels and resorts with the following symbol Stay & Play Golf Resorts 
At each destination you'll find the best golf courses including those offering on-site accommodation.  


 

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