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Welcome to the November 2020 edition of Golfasian’s “The Asian Golf Insider”, your go to source for the latest Asian golf travel insider news and updates.

Normally reserved for April, these strange times have brought The 2020 Masters to November. Many of you have also had your golf travel plans rewritten this year but Golfasian believes there is hope in sight.

If watching The Masters has you longing for your next golf holiday, wander over to our website and plan your next dream golf experience. There will be no request for any pre-payment or deposit at this time. When travel restrictions are removed, your scheduled dates can be revised and confirmations made at that time.

At Golfasian, we are preparing for the time when travel is again possible by implementing the strictest safety procedures to ensure your personal safety while on holiday.

If you are currently in Thailand, Golfasian has some golf events planned over the next few months. Please see the list of tournaments on our website.

A huge thank you to everyone who has voted for Golfasian in this year's World Golf Awards. Golfasian has won 5 awards, namely World's Best, Asia's Best, Thailand's Best, Vietnam's Best and Indonesia's Best Golf Tour Operator Awards. It is a huge honor for Golfasian to be recognized again at The World Golf Awards.

In addition, Vietnam won three categories at the World Tourism Awards 2020, including Top Destination in Asia 2020, Top Gastronomic Destination in Asia 2020, and Top Cultural Destination in Asia 2020. This is the second successive year Vietnam has won three categories.

For updates on each country covid-19 situation, please scroll down. This information will be updated weekly so you can check back for the latest news at www.golfasian.com.

Stay safe and thank you all for the continued support,
Mark Siegel, Managing Director

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Golfasian has learned that the Thai-Chinese owners of London based Wentworth Club are potentially eyeing to open a new golf course in Bangkok, and a replica of Wentworth's distinctive clubhouse, built in the 1920s, with its unique turrets and ivy. It is rumored that Tiger Woods has been contacted to build a new version of the course in Bangkok.


Red Mountain GC

It's not difficult to see why this Phuket golf course was named Red Mountain Golf Club. It is harder, however, to imagine how such a dramatically undulating landscape, where soft red rock and dense jungle were the principal ingredients, could be transformed into a challenging, yet playable layout.

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OZO Phuket

OZO Phuket is a brand new Phuket golf accommodation for your next golf holiday. Only 150 metres from Kata beach, this Phuket resort is within a 3-minute walk from Kata Night Market and other awesome attractions. Golfers can enjoy the swimming pool with pool bar and close vicinity to restaurants & bars.

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Thailand has made significant progress towards welcoming back international arrivals in recent weeks, most notably with the controlled return of international tourists under the Special Tourist Visa (STV) programme. Restrictions are being care-fully lifted and more foreign travellers are arriving. New hotels are opening to welcome the arrivals. Protocols are evolving to keep them safe.

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Vietnam’s borders remain closed to foreign tourists at this time. Only Vietnamese nationals, foreigners on diplomatic or official business, and highly skilled workers are currently allowed to enter the country. The country is already lifting restrictions to allow business travel; a travel bubble has been opened between Vietnam and neighbouring investment partners, such as South Korea.

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Malaysia remains closed to international tourists which is scheduled to remain in place until 31st December. Unfortunately, due to the sudden increase in cases in some parts of Malaysia, the country is operating under moderate travel and business restrictions known as Enhanced Movement Control Order.

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Indonesia’s borders remain closed to international tourists for the time being. Arrivals are allowed only for certain and limited purposes such as; business, investment, work, family unification and some other exceptional / emergency situations. Domestic travelling is permitted all over Indonesia.

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