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Golf Tours at the World’s Highest Golf Course

7.55am 29th June 2012 - Travel

Jade Dragon Snow Mountain Golf Club

The China Guide is now offering golf tours at the world’s highest golf course. The new Jade Dragon Snow Mountain Golf Club is located above 3,000 meters/10,000 feet just outside the beautiful ancient town of Lijiang.

Designed by Neil Haworth, the courses are blended into the natural scenery offering spectacular snow-crested mountain views. The mountain-side location also ensure moderate temperatures all year round.

A short driver away, nearby Lijiang is a major destination in China’s south western Yunnan province. Surrounded by mountains and beautiful minority hamlets, Lijiang is considered to be one of China’s most romantic and relaxing getaways. The town is a hub of Naxi minority culture, while also attracting traders from other neighbouring minority communities.

Lijiang golf tours include an 18-hole round at the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain Golf Club and at Ancient Town Waterview Golf Resort. Clients are able to also spend some time in the Lijiang old town, wandering the ancient alleys and enjoying the local Naxi food.Tours can be taken as a weekend trip or lengthened according to a client’s individual plans.

The China Guide is a American owned and managed travel agency based in Beijing. Guide and travel agent service is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and Korean. Any tour can be customized to fit a client’s personal needs

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Jade Dragon Snow Mountain Golf Club


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  • mgt1

    Sounds like a great place to play golf, I’ve got to admit I’ve not been to the China but will certainly consider it in the future. I play mostly in the Midlands but have recently fallen in love with courses in North Wales. take a look at – we can organise some great golf weekends in this area of the UK, the people are friendly and the courses challenging.

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