Vietnam and Cambodia

Cambodia and Vietnam Golf and Sightseeing Tour

Vietnam is the easternmost country in the Indochina Peninsula. With a population of over 89 million, it is the 13th most populous country in the World. Emerging from the various prolonged military conflicts, Vietnam instituted political and economic reforms resulting in economic growth being one of the highest in the world in the past decade. This has resulted in numerous investments in the tourism infrastructure. Part of these developments are the numerous high-quality golf courses that have recently been opened such as Montgomerie Links, and The Dunes Course by Greg Norman.

Siem Reap is the most popular tourist destination in Cambodia because of the World Heritage Site designation of Angkor Wat Temple. But to the surprise of many, there are three spectacular golf courses that have just recently opened. Critics have said that given time to mature, these three courses will be among the top courses in Asia.

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Day 1 – SIEM REAP
Arrival at Siem Reap airport in the late morning with arrival transfer to our hotel, Angkor Palace Resort.

Day 2 – SIEM REAP – Angkor Wat & Temples ( B,L )
A full day tour starting with a visit to South Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon temple and. Drive through the Terrace of Leper King, Terrace of Elephant and Prasat Suor Prat. Next, visit to Ta Prohm temple (a.k.a roots temple) popularized by Angelina Jolie in Tomb Raider movie. Lunch at local restaurant in town. After lunch proceed to Angkor Wat and end the day by watching the sunset on Bakheng Mountain.

Day 3 – SIEM REAP – Golf  ( B )
Morning round of golf at Siem Reap Booyoung Country Club, the largest golf course in Siem Reap designed by Japanese designer, Kentaro Sato.

Day 4 – SIEM REAP – Golf ( B,D )
Morning round of golf at Phokeethra Country Club, home of the Asian Tour’s Johnnie Walker Cambodia Open.  This evening a special Cambodia dinner & cultural show.

Day 5 – SIEM REAP –  Tonle Sap ( B)
This morning visit floating and fishing villages in Tonle Sap Great Lake, which is one of the world’s most productive bodies of fresh water. Each year, millions of fish come to spawn in the seasonally flooded forest surrounding the lake, attracting myriad water birds as well as people, who have settled in villages along the shores and who live with the rhythms of the water. This ecosystem of extraordinary biological richness and balance between humans and nature was recently designated as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.  Stopover at a floating souvenir shop where you could shop, observe the crocodiles and feed the Mekong catfish.  Afternoon free.

Day 6 – SIEM REAP – Golf ( B, D )
Morning round of golf at Angkor Golf Resort. Designed by Nick Faldo, this course is very well maintained and built to challenge all levels of golfers.

Day 7 – SIEM REAP – HO CHI MINH ( B )
Transfer to Siem Reap airport for flight to Ho Chi Minh City with arrival transfer to Grand Hotel Saigon.

Day 8 – HO CHI MINH CITY ( B,L )
This morning we travel up to Cu Chi, 70km north of Saigon, famed for its 200-kilometre-long tunnel system during the war period.  Lunch in local restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City.  After lunch, tour a round Ho Chi Minh City, formerly called Saigon, features War Remnants Museum,  Notre Dame Cathedral, the Municipal Post Office, Binh Tanh Market.

Day 9 – HO CHI MINH CITY – Golf ( B )
Morning round of golf at Long Thanh Golf Club, a Ron Fream design course.

Day 10 – HO CHI MINH CITY – Golf ( B )
Morning round of golf at Song Be Golf Club.  Well known for being the first international standard championship course in Vietnam and one of the most challenging and stimulating in the country, Song Be Golf Club has been gently crafted out of the beautiful landscape and features numerous lakes, tree-lined fairways and subtle undulating green.  This 27h-hole course is officially rated in accordance with the USGA/SGA requirements.

Day 11 – HO CHI MINH CITY  – Mekong Delta Tour ( B,L )
A full day Mekong Delta trip.  Start the trip with a visit to My Tho, a town on the side of the Mekong River and two-hour drive from Saigon.  Cruise via sampan along the river through small islets and observe the daily activities of the local people.  After, a visit to an orchard to observe the different agricultural activities of the area.

Day 12 – HO CHI MINH CITY  –  HOI AN ( B )
This morning we fly to Danang.  A tour of Danang with stops at China Beach, Marble Mountain as well as the local town.  After lunch, proceed to our resort in Hoi An, Sunrise Resort.

Day 13 – HOI AN ( B, L )
A half day tour of Hoi An, a World Heritage Site, with its history of a trading post of seafaring Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese merchants several centuries ago.  Afternoon free to explore Hoi An on your own

Day 14 –  HOI AN – Golf  ( B )
Morning round of golf at The Montgomerie Links, voted the best golf course in Vietnam.

Day 15 – HOI AN – Golf ( B )
Morning round of golf at Danang Golf Club, a Greg Norman designed course. When Greg Norman checked in on the progress of the Dunes Course, in March 2010, he said: “The fact is, you’d be doing a very poor job to make a boring course out of a site like this.” Certainly, Mother Nature had a gigantic hand in the formation of a layout that evokes an experience often found in seaside courses in the British Isles and southeastern Australia.

Day 16 – HOI AN ( B )
Free day to relax

Day 17 HOI AN – Golf ( B )
Morning round of golf at Danang Golf Club.

Day 18 HOI AN – Home ( B)
Transfer to airport for flights home.

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Pricing

Contact us for customized packaged pricing for your specific dates and itinerary.

International airfare not included.  We can advise you on securing the best fare for this program.

Package Includes

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18 Night hotel accommodations as indicated

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Daily buffet breakfasts & other meals as indicated

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All transfers and sightseeing tours by private coach with English speaking guides

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8 rounds of golf including green fees, caddy fees, power carts(sharing) and transfers

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Domestic economy airfare :  Siem Reap – Ho Chi Minh – Danang

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