Laos Golf Courses – Long Thanh Golf Resort

Laos Golf Courses – Long Thanh Golf Resort Laos – If this golf course is going to be anything like the one Long Thanh Golf Resort built in Vietnam it is something worth looking forward to.

Laos Golf Courses – Long Thanh Golf Resort  Laos will comprise of two courses,36 holes,full hotel resort and residential facilities. Being built in the Dongphosy area of Hadxaifong district.

 

Dongphosy

Thanaleng Railway Station, also known as Dongphosy Station (Ban Dong Phosy in Lao), is a railway station in Dongphosy village, Hadxaifong district, Laos, 20 km (12 mi) east of the Lao capital city of Vientiane and 4 km (2.5 mi) north of the border between Laos and Thailand along the Mekong River. The station opened on March 5, 2009, becoming part of the first international railway link serving Laos. Originally intended for use as a passenger station, Lao officials have stated their intention to convert it to a rail freight terminal to provide a low-cost alternative to road freight, the main mode of transport for goods entering Thailand.[2] It provides a connection between Vientiane and the capital cities of three other ASEAN nations (Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore), and several major Southeast Asian ports

 

The Vientiane Long Thanh Golf project is a US$1 billion development located near the Lao-Thai Friendship Bridge and covers an area of more than 550 hectares. The project will include a golf course, luxury villas, commercial buildings and five-star hotels.

So far nine holes of the golf course have been built, with more under development, along with other features of the project.

 

This is a development we will watch with interest and will update as when new information is available.

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Laos Golf Courses – Khone Pha Pheng resort & Golf Club

Laos Golf Courses – Khone Pha Pheng resort & Golf Club

 

Laos Golf Courses – THE ONLY PROBLEM WITH THIS GOLF RESORT IS THEY HAVE FORGOTTEN TO BUILD THE GOLF COURSE!

13 South Road,Ban Napeng,Khong District,Champasack Province,Lao PDR

Khonephapheng Resort and Golf Club.  The Resort is secluded in 32 acres of lush green forestry and built alongside the Majestic Mekong River.  Khonephapheng Resort is situated approximately 148 kilometers south of Pakse and only 2 kilometers to the famous Khonephapheng Waterfall- otherwise known as the Pearl of the Mekong.

Each bungalow is built with a private terrace and offers a spectacular view of the Beautiful Mekong River.  The resort accommodations are tastefully furnished and well designed to offer comfort, ranging from Superior, Deluxe, Twin and Executive suites.

The Resort offers free shuttle service via air conditioned mini bus for guest staying at the Resort from Pakse International Airport to the Khonephapheng Resort and Golf Club.

Hotel Services:

  1. Language(s) spoken at the Resort; Laotian, English, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese
  2. Laundry and Dry cleaning Service
  3. Free Shuttle service to Khonephapheng Resort for arriving Guest from Pakse International Airport (For booking 10 rooms up in full rate charge).  Please arrange for pick up 2 days in advance through your travel/tour operator or Contact us
  4. Car for Hire Service
  5. Gated entrance and 24 hour security guards on duty.


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Laos Golf Courses – Vientiane Club KM6

Laos Golf Courses – Vientiane Club KM6

KM6, Ban Nonesavang, Vientiane

 

        

Laos Golf Courses -Vientiane Club KM6

           

 

Vientiane Club KM6 Green Fees

9 holes     100,000 kip (Including caddy fee 40,000 kip)

Club rent   100,000 kip (Golf shoes are not included)

Golf shoes         About 700,000 kip ~ 3,000,000 kip

1 year membership      500 USD (Just pay 40,000 kip for caddy fee after buying the member ship card)

Food price         About 30,000 kip

Vientiane ( /vjɛnˈtjɑːn/ French pronunciation: [vjɛ̃'tjan]; Lao: ວຽງຈັນ Wiang-jun; Thai: เวียงจันทน์ Wiang-chan, IPA: [wiəŋ tɕan]) is the capital and largest city of Laos, situated on the Mekong river. Vientiane became the capital in 1563 due to fears of a Burmese invasion.[2] During French rule, Vientiane was the administrative capital and due to economic growth in recent times, it has become the economic centre of Laos.

The estimated population of the city is 754,000 (2009)[3]. The city hosted the 25th Southeast Asian Games in December 2009 celebrating the 50 years of SEA Games.

The name of the city is derived from Pali, the liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism. In modern Lao, the meaning of Vientiane is ambiguous, and is often believed to mean “city of the moon”, because the words for ‘moon’ (chandra चन्द्र in Sanskrit) and ‘sandalwood‘ (chandana चन्दन in Sanskrit) are written and pronounced identically as ‘chan’.

 

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SEA Golf Course

SEA Golf Course (South East Asia Games golf course)

27 holes 3 courses.

Course A Here is just a sample of the course A layout.For full course layout SEA Golf Course

Green fees

 

The SEA Golf course was upgraded and renamed for the 2009 SEA games that were held in Laos.

The Southeast Asian Games (also known as the SEA Games), is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia. The games is under regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with supervision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Olympic Council of Asia.

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25th Southeast Asian Games
Motto: "Generosity Amity Healthy Lifestyle"

Motto: “Generosity Amity Healthy Lifestyle”

Teams participating 11
Events 25 sports
Opening ceremony December 9
Closing ceremony December 18
Officially opened by Choummaly Sayasone
President of Laos
Athlete’s Oath Mayuly Phanouvong
Ceremony venue New Laos National Stadium

The 25th Southeast Asian Games was held in Vientiane, Laos, in December 2009.

This was the first time Laos had held the Southeast Asian Games (Laos had previously declined hosting the 1965 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games citing financial difficulties). It has also commemorated the 50 years of the SEA Games .

 

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