China Golf Holidays

China is the third largest country in the world in terms of area and the largest in terms of population, covering 9.6 million square kilometers containing 1.2 billion inhabitants. China has shared borders for centuries with Korea, the former Soviet Union, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Burma, Laos and Vietnam.

For the last two decades, China has led the world for growth, entrepreneurialism and ambition, and now it’s leading the way for the creation of golf courses. In 2011 and 2012 alone, there will be 300 golf courses opened and as usual with China, they don’t do things by half – big name designers, big budgets and big style. The Chinese have gone golf crazy and they’ve opened their doors to our clients.

Golf Holidays in China

We suggest you have a two- or three-centre holiday in China – take in one or two of the great cities, play some fabulous golf and explore the sights in the countryside and even Hong Kong.  Some clients include China in a Far East tour taking in the more “laid-back” destinations of Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia.

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Golf Breaks in China

We arrange Meet & Greets, bi-lingual guides when you want, guaranteed tee-times and visits to the “tick-list” attractions.

China is featuring on more and more travellers’ must-do list. There are no fewer than 99 famous national historical and cultural cities, 750 national cultural sites under key protection, and 119 major scenic resorts and sites of historical and cultural interest. UNESCO has included 27 renowned Chinese attractions on its lists of world cultural and natural heritage sites.

Beijing, Xi'an, Nanjing, Luoyang, Kaifeng, Hangzhou and Anyang are seven ancient capitals. China awaits to take its visitors on journeys of discovery through a galaxy of cultural legacy by following in the footsteps of celebrated historical figures like Confucius, Qinshihuang and Genghis Khan. 

China's folklore is as richly varied as its landscape. More than 40 major festivals are celebrated nationwide, and not a single month passes without one festival or another being observed by a particular cultural or ethnic group. Visitors to China also enjoy the famed Peking Opera, Chinese acrobatics, traditional music and folk dances, as well as Chinese painting and calligraphy.

For those who want to shop for souvenirs to take home there are large department stores, shopping malls and open markets such as the Xiushui Street and Panjiayuan Antique Market in Beijing.

Apart from an amazing array of sights to see, the standards of hotels in China is now of a very decent level with the main cities and resorts offering world-class accommodation and service. We will choose the right hotels for you but here is a guideline in the meantime:
The following facilities and services are available in hotels rated with three or more stars:

Chinese restaurant, Western restaurant, café, ball room, massage parlour, store, commercial center, gym, florist, clinic, car park, bookstore, credit-handling and foreign exchange conversion centre, telephone services, room service, child care, facilities for the disabled, karaoke hall, KTV room chess and card playing room, billiards room, and ping-pong room.

Some four-star of five-star hotels are also equipped with swimming pools, bowling greens, saunas, safety-deposit boxes, as well as facilities for fishing, boating, horseback riding, hunting, sharp shooting and other sports.

   
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