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Golfasian Targets Thai Golfers for Vietnam

Danang, Vietnam, 1 June 2016 — Since the launch last May of Bangkok Airways’ direct flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Danang, leading golf tour operator Golfasian has just announced a number of special golf vacations to Vietnam.

With four world class golf courses designed by the likes of Faldo, Norman, Montgomerie and Donald, Danang, also known as the Golf Coast Vietnam, has a fabulous coastline, excellent hotels, superb cuisine and the historic Hoi An village to visit.

Mark Siegel CEO at Golfasian said, “We run tours all over Asia, and our Danang golf vacations are becoming very popular with golfers and non-players alike. The facilities at the four courses are first class and have already received several awards.”

Two exceptional links courses, Danang Golf Club and its neighbor Montgomerie Links are located close to Danang’s beach with sea breezes that keep you cool most of the year.

North of town and again beside the coastline is the spectacular Laguna Lang Co Golf Club, a Nick Faldo classic and one of his favorite 18 holes in Asia.

Finally the new kid on the block as far as golf designs is, ex World No.1 Luke Donald’s first Asian course called Ba Na Hills, the only 18 holes in the region located in a mountainous area.

Golfasian is offering a number of Danang-based golf packages, departing from Bangkok, for two or three nights that include twin shared accommodation at 4*hotels, ground transfers and several rounds of golf with caddie and shared golf cart starting at only THB12,999 net per golfer with a minimum of 4 golfers per group.

Golfasian, in conjunction with Bangkok Airways, is running a free draw where two lucky golfers will win free return tickets Bangkok to Danang from mid-November onwards.

All you need to do to enter is to visit to register for this free prize draw.


For more information and photographs contact:
Pascal Orczech
Director of Business Development
Golfasian Co., Ltd.
+66 (0)2 714 8470

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