: Penang international
: George Town
: Miami Beach
: Hydro Majestic
: Penang Turf club
: Hydro Majestic
Car: not necessary
Penang is now listed as a World heritage site by UNESCO !! Minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city is Penang’s natural heritage: her emerald green hills and golden sandy beaches. Only 50 minutes from Kuala Laumpur the capital of Malaysia with the formula 1 circuit at Sepang, The Petronas Towers one of the highest buildings in the world. Only 2 hours from Bangkok and 3 hours from Bali Indonesia. One hour to Phuket. etc. Sports including golf, football, tennis, cricket, snooker, scuba diving, etc..
How to get there:
Fly to Penang International Airport which is served by Malaysia Airlines,Pelangi Air, Air Asia, Cathay Pacific, Eva Air, Garuda Indonesia, Thai International, China Southern Airlines, Singapore Airlines and Japan Airlines etc
Budget airlines; Air Asia from Paris, london and australia . and Fire Fly
Golf: Whether you are here on business or for pleasure, experience a truly wonderful tropical golfing experience at one of the region's top greens. Penang's beautiful and sunny year-round tropical weather provides perfect days for golf in all five of our featured golf courses. Treat yourself to a luxurious spa after a round of golf, then ready yourself to savour the best of Penang's cuisine! Get swinging!
Stretching across 500 acres of lush greenery, Penang Golf Resort is strategically located in the heart of the Kepala Batas township in northern Seberang Perai. Former Malaysian and US Senior Open champion Graham Marsh designed this 36-hole championship layout which exudes a striking balance of development and nature.
The many praises it has won as the most well-maintained course in the region is certainly contributing to its fast gaining popularity. The tree-lined fairways, roughs and tees are tufted with Zoysia while the well-manicured greens are blanketed with Bermuda Tifdwarf.
Built on a flat terrain, Penang Golf Resort with its wide open fairways is considered generous even to the wayward and short hitters. This feature makes it prone to the influence of wind, a factor that adds challenge to golfers.