Fellow travellers, we have a message for you: Come to Sarawak!
We're not kidding.
Greetings, Golfers! Guess where you can fly, land, and play golf all in the same day? Yes yes yes! Kuching, Sarawak! Due to its breathtaking scenery and a golf culture that’s run by passionate locals, Kuching is rightly hailed as the golf paradise of Malaysia. There are a few golf courses in and around Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak and it’s the perfect location for a golfer on their holiday! Golf facilities have been mushrooming across the state and many are asking, "Why should I come to Kuching for golf?" Here are some of the reasons why Kuching is a golfer's paradise.
With one golf course practically at your doorstep, another a short ride away, another a small commute and a couple more within striking distance, Kuching, Sarawak is the land of top-notch golf courses for you!
You should come because Damai Golf & Country Club has an 18-hole championship course that is truly spectacular and unique. The setting is truly spectacular, bordering the foothill of Mount Santubong and hugging the beaches, rocky outcrops and mangrove forests of the South China Sea. If you like to golf, this is your place!
Have you ever wanted to golf in a place that has beautiful mountains, lush green forests and an amazing view of the city? The Samarahan Country Club is located strategically next to the University of Malaysia, Sarawak Campus along the Kuching-Samarahan Expressway, Kota Samarahan and 12 KM away from the Kuching International Airport. The course layout requires precision and accuracy in order for players to score well on each hole. Samarahan Country Club's goal is to be the best in the state.
There are many reasons why you should come to Sarawak for golf. First and foremost, the Kelab Golf Sarawak (Sarawak Golf Club) is located approximately 10 km from the centre of Kuching City. The main feature of KGS is its 36-holes golf course, the only one in The Land of the Hornbills! Aside from golf, which includes a KGS driving range open even at night, KGS offers a variety of other sporting and recreational opportunities. The club, for example, has an eight-lane Olympic-size swimming pool. The indoor hall comes complete with badminton courts and squash courts, and the tennis complex is adjacent to the indoor badminton hall.
You will be surprised by how much you can enjoy your visit at KGS as there are many other things that you can do besides playing golf at Kelab Golf Sarawak! For example, you can swim in KGS’s Olympic size swimming pool, play badminton at their indoor badminton hall or play squash at their squash court, or play tennis on their four tennis courts.
If you're looking for a place that's truly unique, look no further than Kuching! As the main feeder city for the rest of Sarawak, its food foundation stands on the distinct biodiversity of Borneo. Kuching is, to coin a phrase, a culinary melting pot. Experience Siniawan Night Market at night and enjoy local delicacies that you can only find here in Kuching! The well-known Oyster Omelette and Ngoh Hiang is another must-try food in Siniawan Night Market. You can eat it as it is or pair it with a mug of cold beer or even enjoy it with a bowl of rice! And famous dishes like Kolo Mee, Manok Pansoh (Chicken cooked in bamboo) and the godly Sarawak Laksa which you can smell from a mile away!
What are you waiting for? Discover Sarawak today! To learn more about Sarawak, head over to https://sarawaktourism.com/