Laos is a beautiful country, renowned for its stunning scenery, unique architecture, ancient Buddha statues, and rich history. It has also emerged as an attractive destination for golf enthusiasts, offering a variety of golf courses that cater to players of all skill levels. These courses are not only challenging and well-designed but are also available at very reasonable prices. AT Travel will introduce some of the best golf courses in Vientiane and Luang Prabang, Laos, providing valuable references for your next golfing adventure
Long Thanh Vientiane Golf Club: Long Thanh Vientiane Golf Club, a 36-hole golf course, is located near the center of Vientiane and only 20 km from Wattay International Airport. The course is engulfed with a refreshing and cool atmosphere from the morning sunlight, a beautiful lake, and a cool green forest. Besides the relaxing setting; Long Thanh Vientiane Golf Club promises golfers exciting challenges from the elevation change, hidden bunkers, and natural hazards.
Lakeview Vientiane Golf Club: Lakeview Golf Club in Vientiane City is a 2016 creation from the Nelson & Haworth design firm, where the architects have used the spoil from digging a series of man-made lakes to create mounding and several raised green sites to generate interest in this pancake-flat site. The Lakeview Vientiane Golf Club is up to the highest standards in Laos.
SEA Games Golf Club: SEA Games Golf Club is a 27-hole course located in Vientiane, Laos. It was built by the Boo Young Company of Korea to host and commemorate the 25th SEA Games. The golf course opened in 2009 and is considered a hidden gem of the Laotian golfing circuit.
Luang Prabang Golf Club: Luang Prabang Golf Club is a world-class premier 18-hole golf course located in Luang Prabang - a UNESCO world heritage town of Laos. It takes only 15 minutes to drive from the town center and Luang Prabang International Airport. The course offers a magnificent setting for a truly golfing experiment, with well-designed, undulating fairways and well-protected greens. Multiple varieties of trees, shrubs, and natural vegetation add seasonal color to the verdant splendor of the golf course.