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Four Vietnamese representatives among 11 best golf resorts in Asia

Four local representatives have been listed among the 11 best golf resorts throughout Asia during the 2024 to 2025 period, as compiled by magazine GOLF of the United States.

Hanoi to develop golf as key tourism product

Golf tourism is being considered a potential tourism product that can make important contributions to drawing international guests to VN in general and to Hanoi in particular, especially guests from South Korea, Japan, the US and Europe.

HCMC receives first golf tourists

Twenty golfers from Singapore embarked on a three-day golf tour to the Tan Son Nhat golf course in HCMC, the first of its kind in the city, from March 1.

HCM City launches golf tour service to attract visitors

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism and the Vietnam Golf Tourism Association jointly launch the golf tour service to promote the new product in the city.

4,000 Korean golfers to visit Vinh Phuc

From November 2022 to March 2023, about 4,000 Korean golfers will visit Vinh Phuc to travel and to play golf.

Vietnam aims for 100 more golf courses by 2025

Vietnam aims to double the number of golf courses to 200 by 2025 to boost the country’s golf tourism and attract international golfers.

Golf tourism is untapped ‘gold mine’ for Vietnam

Vietnam has great potential to develop golf tourism, but many things still need to be done to promote the sport.

Golf tourism on Phu Quoc Island: The ‘golden egg’ of the green economy

Golf tourism, wellness tourism, and wedding tourism have a lot of potential for development in Vietnam.

Vietnam aims to welcome thousands of golf tourists

Thirty out of 200 foreign travelers came to Phu Quoc to play golf, which shows the great potential of golf.

Quarantine services: gold mine for golf tourism

In early 2021, 59 foreign tourists arrived in Phuket province in southern Thailand and were quarantined at a luxury hotel for 14 days. This is one of the first groups of international tourists to Thailand under the "resort quarantine" program.

Golf tourism on the agenda in Da Nang

Viet Nam has 32 golf courses nationwide, and 60 others are planned, but golf tourism has yet to take off due to poor connections among travel agencies and golf tour operators.