Golf Holidays to Bali
Bali is quickly becoming the most popular destinations in Asia for golf holidays, the island is home to one of the best golf courses in Asia; the Nirwana Golf Club at the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort which is beautifully set along the dramatic coast line amongst beautiful gardens and traditional Balinese rice paddies. The course was designed by golfing legend Greg Norman, the course features a number of stunning ocean side, as well as a number of cliff to cliff holes which are famous throughout Asian and world golf. Click info tab for more.
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Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali ResortMORE INFO
Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort in Tabanan, West Bali is set away from the hustle and bustle of the Indonesian island. Built atop a sheer cliff along a sweeping coastline, this five-star accommodation offers breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and Tanah Lot framed by a spectacular panorama of endless sea.
With a wide range of exquisite Bali villas, rooms and suites, leisurely pursuits and pampering services available right at your doorstep, fall in love with the irresistible charm of the ‘Island of the Gods’ at the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort.
Step onto the award-winning Nirwana Bali Golf Club, one of the most picturesque golf courses ever built in Asia. The course is enjoyed by both casual and seasoned golfers and renowned for its meticulously maintained landscapes. Not many courses will feature terraced rice paddy hazards or holes running along the cliffs of the Indian Ocean.
It has been awarded the status as the world’s best island by a number of different international travel magazines. The unique aspect of the island is that regardless to the massive increase in tourism both the traditions and Balinese style of life have not change and this itself is a massive drawing factor for tourists.
Fantastic climate in this part of Asia allows for year round golfing, although there is a distinctive dry (April – August) and wet (September – March) season the temperatures never tend to dip below 25 degrees year round.