Malaysia Travel Guide: Where To Play Golf in Malaysia
Some travellers go to Malaysia travel to see some popular Malaysia attractions such as LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort or experience the vibrant nightlife of Kuala Lumpur. Others hit the malls for an incredible Malaysia shopping experience. But for golfers, the golf and country clubs are considered as the most important destination out of all the places to visit in Malaysia. In this Malaysia travel guide we’ll give you a roundup of where golfers can find some of the best golf courses in Malaysia.
TPC Kuala Lumpur
TPC Kuala Lumpur is known as Asia’s ultimate destination for golf club experience and is famous enough to host different international championships such as CIMB Classic, and Sime Darby LPGA with its 36-holes courses. Here, expect pristine-conditioned courses and a choice between east course or west course. Rates may vary depending on whether you are a member, visitor, or a member’s visitor.
If you plan to spend the whole day here, don’t worry. There’s no need to go to other Malaysia restaurants because TPC has a variety of elegant dining outlets. For Asian and Western cuisine, golfers can go to the Golfer’s Terrace or the Mamanda Kuala Lumpur. For a more elegant and luxurious dining experience, one should not miss out on trying the the Conoisseurs Lounge & Restaurant.
Address: 10, Jalan 1/70D, Off Jalan Bukit Kiara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 603-2011 9188
Fax: 603-2011 9288
Business hours: 7:00 to 22:00 daily
Sugai Long Golf & Country Club
Video Produced by: SLGCC Team | Sugai Long Golf & Country Club
Sugai Long Golf & Country Club offers a world-class golf course designed by the golf master Jack Nicklaus. It is the first Jack Nicklaus signature golf course in Malaysia. Other than the 18-holes golf course, they also have other sports facilities like tennis court, basketball court, swimming pool, badminton court, and gymnasium. Indulge in Malaysia foods as well by dropping the golfer’s terrace. A membership fee may apply for the golfers and green rate fee for the visitor’s and member’s guest.
Address: Bandar Sungai long, 11 1/4 MIles, Jalan Cheras, 43000 Kajang, Selangor,Malaysia
Tel: +603-9076 2233
Business Hours: 7:00 to 22:00 daily
The ELS Club Malaysia
Video produced by: The ELC Club
The ELS Club offers its members and guests three amazing golf courses: Rainforest Course in Teluk Datai, Ocean Course and Valley Course in Desaru Coast. Golf Travellers can access Desaru Coast via 1-hour and 45 minute drive from Singapore. Langkawi is reachable via 1-hour flight from Kuala Lumpur.
- Rainforest Course: Jalan Teluk Datai, 07000 Kedah, Langkawi
Tel: +60 (4) 959 2700
- Ocean Course: No 4. Jalan Danau, Desaru Coast, 81930 Desaru, Johor.
Tel: +60 (7) 878 0000
- Valley Course: 2, Jalan Pantai 2, Desaru Coast, 81930 Desaru, Johor.
Tel: +60 (7) 878 0000
Business hours: 6:00 to 23:30 daily
Situated in Kota Kemuning, Kota Permai offers a challenging international 18-hole course, numerous sporting facilities, and dining facilities. This country club is the talk of the town because they give its golf members the best golf experience in Malaysia.
Address: No. 1, Jalan 31/100A, Kota Kemuning, Section 31, 40460 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel: 03-5122 3700
03-5122 3701 (Membership/Admin)
03-5122 3702 (Golf)
03-5122 3703 (General Manager)
03-5122 7052 (F&B)
Business Hours: 6:30 to 20:00 daily
To know more of the things to do in Malaysia, check out our Malaysia Travel Guides.
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