Bali is often called the “island of the gods” for its postcard-perfect white beaches, fringed with coconut trees, azure blue ocean, lush rainforest surrounds, tropical landscaped areas and the weather to match. What’s more, Balinese golf courses are among the most exotic, tranquil places on the earth – perhaps the gods were golfers! For those looking for a peaceful escape, a golf holiday in Bali is a must.
Our current magnificent golf stay and play package consists of 7 nights accommodation at the Pan Pacific Nirawana Bali Resort with 4 rounds of golf.
The Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali resort is located within the dramatic southwest coast of Bali in the Tabanan region. This is truly paradise with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and picturesque sunsets.
This package also includes daily breakfast at the Merica restaurant which offers a selection of Pacific Rim cuisine with local flair.
With all inter island transfers also provided, this is truly a package for you to relax and enjoy.
Some of the most beautiful golf courses in Asia are located in Bali. They include:
New Kuta Golf Course – carved out of harsh limestone and edged between the brilliant white limestone cliffs and the endless blue horizon of the Indian Ocean, this championship golf course ranks among Asia’s best and most challenging.
Nirwana Bali Golf Country Club is a visual masterpiece of dramatic ocean views and lush Balinese landscapes. Designed by Greg Norman this course offers a spectacular challenge and a unique world-class experience.
Golf Holiday Activities
There’s more than meets the eye in a Bali golf holiday! Denpassar, Bali’s capital, is world renowned for its shopping and for the experienced bargainer, the Pasar Badung market is the shoppers paradise. For a dose of culture and history, the Bali Museum in Denapssar is also a treat. Bali attractions wouldn’t be complete, however, without mentioning the famed Kuta beach, the secret of Bali’s appeal. Perfect for surfing, tanning, and a chilled out day on one of the worlds whitest stretches of sand. And did we mention the pumping nightlife?