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The first place mentioned in the list was Ba Na Hills of Da Nang. Tipping out at 7,858 yards, Ba Na Hills bucks and rolls along the base of mountains and is situated 30 minutes from the coastal city of Da Nang where golf has boomed over recent years. 

The resort feels like a place apart as well, boasting a tranquil atmosphere that stands in a contrast to the typical hustle and bustle found in Da Nang. If the course feels too crowded for golfers by day, then players should wait until after sunset as Ba Na Hills is equipped with lights, meaning they can play at night, the article wrote.

US magazine GOLF also highlighted the Bluffs Grand Ho Tram Strip in Ba Ria-Vung Tau province. The course, which is Norman’s second design in the nation, is the first golf resort in the country to be integrated with a casino, which sits a shuttle-ride away on a bustling beach-side strip.

FLC Ha Long Bay GC & Luxury Resort in Ha Long City was also recommended as another golf resort from the country to feature in the Asian 2024 to 2025 list. The course is something of a spectacle, too, winding through verdant, pine-studded terrain with an inventive routing that features four par-3s in a five-hole stretch and water views on all 18 holes.

The publication introduced Laguna Golf Lang Co in Thua Thien-Hue province as the final golf destination of Vietnam in the list. Completed in 2013, Laguna Golf Lang Co is the centerpiece of a sprawling resort complex in Central Vietnam, tucked between steep mountains and white sand beaches. It’s characterised largely by rolling sand dunes, natural streams, and warm breezes along the East Sea.

Rounding off the list were Banyan Tree and Chiangmai Highland Golf & Spa Resort in Thailand, Mission Hills Haikou and Mission Hills Resort in China, Ria Bintan GC in Indonesia, South Cape Owners Club in the Republic of Korea, and Vattanac Golf Resort in Cambodia.

Source: VOV