Malaysia may seem like a small country to many people, yet more often than not most visitors find that they need help in exploring this multicultural haven. There’s so much to see and do every time you return! With its consistently tropical climate, you can visit KL any time of the year. Prepare yourselves for warm days, pleasant evenings, and some light rainfall.
There are plenty of amazing golf courses to choose from in Malaysia, some of these include:
Kuala Lumpur Country Club – The beautiful fairways of Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC) lie in the unspoilt landscape of Bukit Kiara, just 8km away from the heart of the city. ” It’s a great golf course. KLGCC is really a world-class facility” Phil Mickelson
Borneo Golf & Country Club, class – this is what sets Borneo Golf & Country Club apart from the rest of the new generation golf courses in Sabah. This course is by the “Greatest Golfer of the Century,” Jack Nicklaus whose 18-hole signature course plays along a natural lagoon and the coastline of South China Sea.
Sutera Harbour Resort, the resort along with other outstanding features incorporates a 27-hole Graham Marsh-designed golf course that has received various awards of distinction.
Golf Holiday Activities
There’s plenty to see and do in KL, everytime you return.
Chinatown – The colourful Chinatown is a well-known bargain hunter’s paradise that seemingly never sleeps. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, Chinatown is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia
Batu Caves – One of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions; Batu Caves is a limestone hill comprising three main caves and a few smaller ones. Featuring idols and statues erected inside the main cave and around it, this temple has limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old. Considered an important religious landmark by Hindus, the most popular cavern in Batu Caves, Cathedral Cave, houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre arched ceiling.
Central Market – In the beginning Central Market – also known as Pasar Seni – was a simple wet market; today it is a permanent structure that houses all sorts of traders. This landmark is reminiscent of the SoHo flea market, housing a variety of shops that retail traditional goods such as batik, embroidery carvings, souvenirs, sculptures, clothes and other interesting items.