Golfasian has made it easier for golfers to identify a dream playing vacation in Southeast Asia with its inaugural Asia Golf Guide. One of the world’s most enticing destinations for golf, Southeast Asia offers a wealth of outstanding layouts as well as sumptuous resorts, unforgettable landscapes and rich and varied culture.
The handy new guide, which is available online, at tourism industry events and golf lounges offers a succinct overview of golfing possibilities in the region with sections on Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Laos and Singapore.
In addition to descriptions and gorgeous images of the premier courses in each destination, the guide provides compelling background on all the featured countries along with informative and colorful facts about their unique attributes and relationship with the Royal and Ancient game.
“What we wanted to do with this guide chiefly was to whet the appetites of golfers who are considering a trip to this wonderful part of the planet,” says Pascal Orczech, Director of Business Development of Golfasian. “There are now incredible layouts spread out liberally throughout the region. What this new booklet does is to showcase this rich harvest of courses in an attractive and easy to digest package.”
Golfasian, Asia’s largest inbound golf tour operator, has earned a lofty reputation since its establishment in Bangkok back in 1997. Utilizing expert knowledge of the game as well as the region, it prides itself on being the first choice for golfers embarking on a bucket-list vacation to Asia.
As such, the new Asia Golf Guide acts as a calling card for the company, helping it to showcase the unforgettable experiences – both on and off the course — that await golfers in Southeast Asia.
A membership base of 162,014 is testament to the operator’s reach while impressively high numbers of repeat customers and referrals reflect strong levels of client satisfaction.
The company’s reputation has been bolstered by a string of awards, including being named Asia’s Best Golf Tour Operator at the 2017 World Golf Awards, one of the golf tourism industry’s most prestigious events.
“We believe in total client fulfilment,” adds Orczech. “We treat each tour we organize as a once in a lifetime experience. Southeast Asia is a very special place to come and play golf and we are confident that the Asia Golf Guide will provide further evidence to back that up.”
The Asia Golf Guide is available for free download at https://travel.golfasian.com/asia-golf-guide/
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