With its long South China sea coastline and impressive mountains, Vietnam is a country of staggering natural beauty. A truly exciting destination, Vietnam golf holidays combine golf, a rich history and a vibrant culture to make a memorable getaway. Golf in Vietnam is beautifully varied with a range of different sceneries to enjoy from stunning beaches and river deltas, to verdant forests and towering peaks. As one of the most exciting up and coming golfing destinations in the world, Vietnam offers golfers a wealth of things to do and see when taking a break from the fairways. Visit the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City to get a real taste of the war that gripped the nation for many years. Create unforgettable memories with a Vietnam golf tour. Discov
Golf in Vietnam is gorgeous, helped along by the fact that Vietnam itself is complex, diverse and historic. Find cultural footprints everywhere, with indigenous crafts, ancient temples in the north with chinese touches, hindu touches in the south, and a capital with a clear french colonial imprint. Alongside all of this, towering skyscrapers of glass and steel display vietnam as a centre for the east asian powerhouse. If you can, take a Vietnam golf tour to visit as much of this stunning country as you can.
Off the Course
Golf experts are no stranger to spas - but the spas in Vietnam are something else. From wallet friendly family run affairs, to towering temples of marble and steam, a golf and spa break in Vietnam will certainly deliver. If your a thrill seeker looking for something to get your heart racing, you can always motorbike the switchbacks of the Hai Van Pass.
When is the best time to Golf in Vietnam?
While the weather in Vietnam is certainly best from January to April, courses are busy and prices are high. Our recommendation for your golf holiday to Vietnam has to be July through September does often feature late afternoon rain showers, these are brief and shouldn’t affect your game too badly. The quieter course is definitely worth it. Try to avoid typhoon season, October through December, where golf courses can be impossible for days at a time.