GOLF IN VIETNAM 18 - 24 May 2018





Minimum 2 pax
  • Airfare & airport taxes on Emirates Airways
  • Meet and greet
  • All airport, land, and golf course transfers
  • 5 nights at Saigon Prince Hotel - Bed & breakfast
  • 1 green fee at Tan Son Nhat Golf Course
  • 1 green fee at Long Thanh Golf & Residential Estates
  • One caddie per golfer at each golf course (caddie fees included but not caddie tips)
  • Shared Buggy
  • Full day Cu Chi Tunnels & War Museum, President Palace with Lunch
  • 24/7 golf hotline staffed by English speaking personnel
  • Local knowledge, expertise, suggestions, and support throughout trip
  • All taxes and compulsory service charges
  • Visa fees and travel insurance
  • Personal expenses e.g. caddie fees, tips & gratuities


 Day 1
 18TH May 2018


Depart Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

Day 2
 19TH May 2018

 Arrive Saigon International Airport

Meet & Greet
Transfer to hotel

 Overnight at Saigon Prince Hotel

Day 3
20TH May 2018


Breakfast at the hotel

 Full day Excursion :- Cu Chi Tunnels & War Museum, President Palace with Lunch

Overnight at Saigon Prince Hotel

Day 4
21st May 2018

 Breakfast at the hotel

Day at Leisure

 Overnight at Saigon Prince Hotel

Day 5
22nd May 2018


Breakfast at the hotel

 Play Golf at Tan Son Nhat Golf Club

 Overnight at Saigon Prince Hotel

Day 6
23rd May 2018


Breakfast at the hotel

Play golf at Long Thanh Golf & Residential Estates


Overnight at Saigon Prince Hotel

 Day 7
 24TH May 2018

Breakfast at the hotel

Day at Leisure

Late check out and transfer to the  airport

 Day 8
 25TH May 2018

   Arrive Nairobi


End of Tour



Astonishingly exotic and utterly compelling, Vietnam is a country of breath taking natural beauty with a unique heritage, where travel quickly becomes addictive. Vietnamese food is that good. Incredibly subtle in its flavours and outstanding in its diversity, Vietnamese cooking is a fascinating draw for travellers – myriad street food tours and cooking schools are testament to this. Vietnam has outstanding spas – from marble temples of treatments, to simple family-run massage salons with backpacker-friendly rates.


Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the country forward with its pulsating energy. A chaotic whirl, the city breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride. A city of energy and discovery. Wander through timeless alleys to incense-infused temples before negotiating chic designer malls beneath sleek 21st-century skyscrapers.


Saigon Prince Hotel ****
  • Located right in the heart of vibrant Ho Chi Minh City, the Saigon Prince Hotel – formally known as Duxton Hotel Saigon is a 4 star boutique hotel offering a refined and relaxing environment for business and leisure travellers alike.
  • As well as a range of deluxe rooms, club rooms, club suites and apartments, the hotel also has a restaurant, bar, gymnasium, swimming pool, spa and club lounge.
  • The Saigon Prince Hotel is situated on Nguyen Hue Boulevard, within easy walking distance of many of the city's most famous attractions including Ben Thanh Market, the Opera House, the Hotel de Ville, Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Saigon river. The hotel is also ideally located for those who want to experience the city's bustling nightlife, from cheap and cheerful street food vendors to chic cosmopolitan nightclubs and lounge bars.


Tan Son Nhat Golf Course - Nelson & Haworth
36 holes, par 72
Distance: 7319/7366 yards
Opened: 2015

Tan Son Nhat Golf Course is a public golf course located 4 kilometers from the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Built across 156 hectares, the 36-hole Tan Son Nhat Golf Course borders the Tan Son Nhat Airport – the busiest in Vietnam.

Nelson & Haworth Golf Course Architects designed a top course out of the surrounding flattish land. Significant earth mounding, many water hazards, large bunkers, and undulating greens have been built on every hole. Paspalum turf used on the tees, fairway, rough, and greens ensuring top year-round playing conditions Course B, C and D all play around the existing clubhouse. Each nine is equally challenging and well-maintained. The par-5’s play long and mostly into the wind. The par-3’s offer good chances for par provided the greenside bunkers are avoided.

Long Thanh Golf & Residential Estates - Ronald Fream, Golfplan

36 holes, par 72
Distance: 7011/7056 yards
Opened: 2001

The Long Thanh Golf Club offers 36 holes of golf in the former rice paddies and scenic countryside surrounding Saigon. The Ho Chi Minh City golf course is located 30 kilometers north of the city on a hilly with unobstructed views back towards the Vietnamese capital.

Both the Hill and Lake course are well maintained throughout the year and the golf courses are a longtime favorite among locals. Many expatriates and Vietnam golf visitors prefer Long Thanh Golf Club over its more famous neighbor Vietnam Golf & Country Club.

The Hill Course features rolling fairways and large undulating greens. Each hole is framed by large oil palms. The Lake Course is characterized by many high lipped bunkers and water hazards on almost every hole to catch errant shots.


Cu Chi Tunnels
The Cu Chi tunnels were built by local fighters during the Indochina conflict as a base from which the Viet Cong could operate from close to the Southern Vietnamese capital. Initial construction started in 1948 when the Viet Minh required somewhere to hide from French air attacks and by 1965, the Cu Chi tunnel complex was estimated to consist of 200km's of tunnels. It included, hospitals, schools, meeting rooms, kitchens and sleeping quarters. Life was difficult for the inhabitants and to protect against outside intruders bobby traps were laid throughout the complex.

War Museum
Formerly the Museum of Chinese and American War Crimes, the War Remnants Museum is consistently popular with Western tourists. Few museums anywhere convey the brutality of war and its civilian victims. Many of the atrocities documented here were well-publicised but rarely do Westerners hear the victims of US military action tell their own stories. While some displays are one-sided, many of the most disturbing photographs illustrating US atrocities are from US sources, including those of the infamous My Lai Massacre.

President Palace
Independence Palace (Dinh Độc Lập), also known as Reunification Palace (Vietnamese: Dinh Thống Nhất), built on the site of the former Norodom Palace, is a landmark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It was designed by architect Ngô Viết Thụ and was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. It was the site of the end of the Vietnam War during the Fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975, when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed through its gates.


Last Update: 9 January 2018
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