Golf Travel - Vietnam
Danang City is strategically located between Hanoi and HCMC with excellent local infrastructure and a modern transport system.
The international airport has direct flights to Singapore, Taiwan, and more than 10 domestic flights every day. Efficient highways and local streets offer easy access to World Heritage sites such as Hue, Hoi An and My Son. Danang also has the third biggest port in Vietnam which is a favorite destination for many international cruises.
The beauty of Central Vietnam combines spectacular vistas, with beautiful beaches and impressive natural wonders including the Hai Van pass, Marble Mountains, Ba Na, Son Tra peninsula, Cham Island and many other places of interest. Each year Danang attracts 1.3 millions local and international visitors and has achieved a tourism growth rate of 400% over the past 7 years alone.
WELCOME TO DANANG BEACH RESORT
Vietnam's first truly integrated international standard resort developed by VinaLiving, Vietnam's largest developer on the central coast.
The 260 ha site will comprise luxury villas, high-end apartments, world-class golf courses and many other premier facilities, with panoramic views of the mountains, pristine beaches and Ocean.
A Luxury Lifestyle By The OceanOwners are entitled to enjoy
Freehold land rights (for Vietnamese owners)Family golf membership at the Danang Golf ClubThe 5-star facilities of The Beach Club, a first-last environment for entertainment, will include a fitness center, tennis courts, children's playground, swimming pool and recreational parkland with BBQ.Our well trained staff will ensure you and your family will
Golf, the way it should be...
Recently voted one of the worlds top 10 ten new golf courses, the Dunes Course designed by the golf legend Greg Norman, offers 18 challenging holes alongside a pristine beachfront, with stunning panoramic views of The Cham Islands and Marble Mountain. Now fully operational.
Whether for relaxing after a round, entertaining friends or arranging a corporate function for up to 240 guests, a clubhouse of the highest international standards waits members and guests. Designed by the international architects, Hassell of Bangkok, the 3,800 square meter clubhouse is a modern architectural design with classical Vietnamese fusion and includes restaurants, cafe terrace, pro shop, top floor private dining room with panoramic views, luxurious locker rooms (with members only area) and private VIP locker room suites.
The Clubhouse Whether for relaxing after a round, entertaining friends or arranging a corporate function for up to 240 guests, a clubhouse of the highest international standards waits members and guests. Designed by the international architects, Hassell of Bangkok, the 3,800 square meter clubhouse is a modern architectural design with classical Vietnamese fusion and includes restaurants, cafe terrace, pro shop, top floor private dining room with panoramic views, luxurious locker rooms (with members only area) and private VIP locker room suite
Golf and Culture Vietnam Tour
Day 1: Arrive Hanoi, Vietnam
CHÀO MU'NG! Welcome to Vietnam and Hanoi! You are met on arrival at the Hanoi airport, and transferred to your hotel.
Blending the modern with the mystery and charm of past centuries, Hanoi offers an air of elegance and harmony with nature. Start the afternoon with a half-day sightseeing: visit to the Van Mieu or Temple of Literature. The temple dates back to 1070, and is dedicated to the cult of Confucius. Note the peaceful series of walled courtyards and graceful gateways; this is one of the best examples of traditional Vietnamese architecture. Next, continue to the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Complex, containing a museum and Ho Chi Minh's final resting place. See the Ho Chi Minh's Stilt House, the simple two-room dwelling where he lived from 1958 until his final days in 1969. Nearby, sitting in a lotus pond, view the miniature One Pillar Pagoda, or Chua Mot Cot. Made out of a single large tree trunk, it was originally constructed in 1040, and then rebuilt after destroyed by the French in 1954. Next, enjoy a cyclo tour through Hanoi's Old Quarter - the oldest continuously developed area of Vietnam, highlighting more than 1000 years of history. Explore the network of narrow alleyways known as 'The 36 Streets." This is a wonderful place to watch the local life and purchase items from fabrics to crafts, to exotic medicines. Each street was named to reflect the specialized trade of the merchants - such as silk traders, jewelry, etc.
Overnight in Hanoi.
Day 2: Hanoi Golf (B)
After breakfast, transfer to Hanoi Kings Island Golf Club for a 18 holes.
Kings Island Golf Club is a 36-hole golf resort in the outskirts of Hanoi and one of the most scenic courses in the North of Vietnam. It lies on the shores of the Dong Mo reservoir, 40km from Hanoi. You access to the court by boat. There are two 18-hole courses: the lakeside course opened in 1993 and the Mountainview course opened in 2004.
Back to Hanoi.
Overnight in Hanoi.
Day 3: Hanoi to Halong (BLD)
Today, drive to Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a 1500 km2 area of picturesque islands shrouded in mist, floating villages and pearl fisheries. Embark on the boat for a relaxing excursion aboard a traditional Chinese-style wooden junk. Cruise on the emerald waters between dolomite islets and some of the 3,000 craggy limestone cliffs dotted with breathtaking caves and grottos. Visit popular sites such as Dau Nguoi (Head Island), Con Rua (Turtle Island) and Cong Troi "Heaven's Gate Island" on the way to the Luon cave to view the beauty of the surreal and subterranean world of stalagmites and stalactites. Stop at Titop Island. Enjoy swimming, relaxing on the beach and climbing the steps to the top of the mountain on the island for fantastic views and photo opportunities.
A wonderful seafood lunch and dinner is included during your cruise of this mystical bay. Anchor in the middle of nowhere for the night.
Overnight on the boat.
Day 4: Halong to Hue (B)
Early in the morning, enjoy a Tai Chi instruction on the sundeck. Arrive at the Sung Sot (Surprise Cave) area, situated in the centre of the UNESCO World Heritage area, Sung Sot is on Bo Hon Island, and is one of the most spectacular and largest grottoes of Halong Bay. The mouth of the grotto is reached by ascending about a hundred stone steps. One is surrounded by trees and foliage on the journey up as the shimmering bay below offers an ever more panoramic vista to admire.
Back to the boat, enjoy a late breakfast while enjoying the bay scenery as we approach the pier.
Disembark and drive to Hanoi airport for your 1-hour flight to Hue.
Overnight in Hue.
Day 5: Hue-Hoian (B)
This morning, cruise by boat down the Perfume River to see the iconic Thien Mu Pagoda (Heavenly Lady Pagoda), an elegant seven-tiered octagonal tower that has become Hue's most widely recognizable monument. Visit the Tomb of Tu Duc. The longest reigning Vietnamese emperor, Tu Duc designed and built this elegant tomb during his lifetime, using it as a retreat for meditation, reading and theater performances. Then visit the Imperial Citadel, a vast 400-hectare complex built in 1800's, it was modeled after the Forbidden City in Beijing, with a 9.6 km wall and surrounding moat. Though it was destroyed through war, today you can still see the monuments to life during the 19th century Nguyen Dynasty.
In the afternoon continue by road to Hoian, stopping en route at a fishing village near Lang Co Beach, and at dramatic Hai Van Pass to admire the spectacular views. Hai Van is the high dividing line between the climate zones of north and south of Vietnam. Before reaching Hoian, explore Danang: visit the Cham Museum, with the largest collection of Cham artwork and sculpture in the world, Marble Mountain, whose peaks represent the five elements of the universe. Passing the curving beaches and clear blue lagoons of the South China Sea, you arrive in the picturesque riverside town of Hoi An by late afternoon.
Overnight in Hoi An.
Day 6: Hoi An Golf (B)
Previously known as Faifo, Hoian was an ancient port town and is now designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Transfer to Montgomerie Links after breakfast for a 18-hole.
Montgomerie Links has outstanding natural features such as sandy soil, windblown dunes and indigenous vegetation. The design of the course preserves the existing natural conditions. This exceptional harmony creates the framework for a very strong and challenging links-style golf.
Back to your hotel and at leisure to relax or explore the village on your own. Hoian is one of the best places to discover the genuine Vietnamese architecture. Take a cyclo ride through the narrow cobblestone streets of the Old Quarter, and spend time mingling with the local vendors at the Hoian Market.
Overnight in Hoian.
Day 7: Hoi An Golf (B)
After breakfast, transfer to Danang Golf Club for a 18-hole.
Danang Golf Club has been designed by Greg Norman and is different from any other courses in Southeast Asia. It is built on 280 hectares of the sandy soil of My Khe Beach (Danang). The Dunes Courses includes firm and fast fairways bleeding into the wild vegetation, which makes the course exceptionally scenic.
Transfer back to your hotel and free at leisure.
Overnight in Hoian.
Day 8: Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh City (B)
This morning it is a short drive to Danang airport for your morning flight to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). You are met upon arrival, and transferred to Cu Chi where you take an historic and emotional tour through the Cu Chi underground tunnels, explore part of the 245 km underground network that zigzagged from the southern tip of the Ho Chi Minh Trail near Cambodia, to the Saigon River. Visiting Cu Chi will give you an intimate understanding of the vital aspect of guerrilla warfare fought by the Vietnamese against both the French and the Americans. Developed in the late 1940s, these criss-crossing tunnels were constructed by local resistance fighters looking for a place to hide their weapons from the French. Discover secret trapdoors, field hospitals, command posts, underground kitchens, living areas and meeting rooms.
Return to your hotel.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 9: Ho Chi Minh City to Mekong Delta (B)
After breakfast, you will have a full day trip to Mekong Delta (Vinh Long), about midway between Mytho and Can Tho. On arrival, cruising along the Mekong River, viewing several islands, stop to visit the fruit orchards and other manufacturers along the narrow canals. They are often straddled by flimsy-looking wooden bridges made from the trunks of coconut palms or bamboo and known as monkey bridges. A glimpse of country scenery and simple lifestyle at the river.
Return to Saigon in the late afternoon, with short city tour of China Town and Thien Hau Pagoda.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City Golf (B)
After breakfast, transfer to Long Thanh Golf Club for a 18-hole.
Long Thanh Golf Club was voted the best Golf Course in Vietnam in 2007 and is keeping its notoriety. Each course offers magnificent panoramic views over the Vietnamese countryside. Each hole has been differently designed and has its own shape, which offers challenge to both professional and novice. Fairways are lined up with beautiful palm trees.
Back to your hotel and at leisure.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 11: Depart Ho Chi Minh City (B)
Your tour ends today with your transfer to the Ho Chi Minh City airport for your departing flight.