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Luang Prabang Golf Club

June 13, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

Due to our commitment to responsible tourism issues, we are currently reviewing the golf courses we feel comfortable working with. For any questions, please email [email protected].

South Korean tuna tycoon Lee Gang-Pil arrived in Laos with a vision, a vision to fill a hole in the tourism offerings of Luang Prabang – golf. Several years of development later, the Luang Prabang Golf Club was born.

Located approximately 4 kilometres south of the city, the course sports 18 holes and expands over 6,200 square metres in a beautiful setting. There is also a deluxe restaurant and a pro shop located on the premises. The Luang Prabang Golf Club is easy to reach from the city centre, hotels and restaurants.

For more information and bookings, please contact [email protected].

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