Sarawak is home to a number of diverse ethnic groups, each with its own distinct language culture and lifestyle. It is also the largest state in Malaysia, making up around 37.5 per cent of the country's total area. Sarawak is a nature lover’s dream destination with its protected national parks and ancient rainforests filled with caves, cascading waterfalls, pristine beaches and exotic wildlife. It also has a number of golf courses dotted around Sarawak – from the capital Kuching to Miri, Sibu and Bintulu – all quite unique and diverse in their own way taking advantage of the magnificent jungle, natural terrain and ocean views.
Negeri Sembilan offers a treasure trove of 162 holes in play.
Indonesia, a vast archipelago of 33 provinces spread out over 17,000 plus islands, has long been a draw card for Singaporeans travelling to play golf in the region. From Jakarta, West Java, Surabaya and Papua to the islands of Bali, Batam and Bintan, there are a number of reasons that golfers flock to the country. These include first class championship designs, caddy quality, excellent food, the beaches and other lifestyle activities.
There may only be half a dozen golf courses or so in Hong Kong but they will be some of the very best that you find in this part of the world. A short boat ride away is Macau so an ideal thing to do would be to play a couple in Hong Kong and then visit the super Macau Golf & Country Club for another couple of rounds. GOLF checks out the best layouts in Hong Kong and Macau.
It may only have literally a handful of golf courses, but Brunei Darussalam is a popular golfing destination in South East Asia thanks to its first class facilities. In addition to the Empire’s 18-hole championship layout, which has hosted the Brunei Open, Royal Trophy and Aberdeen Brunei Senior Masters, there are courses at the Royal Brunei Golf & Country Club (RBGC), Royal Brunei Airlines Golf Club (RBA), Pentai Mentiri Golf Club and the Panaga Club.