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Many golfers have already viewed our new forum SE Asia Golf Directory on thaivisa since it went live at the end of May and nearly 50,000 views have been made so far.
After the success of Thaivisa’s Golf in Thailand forum, thavisa.com announced it was launching a brand-new forum called Golf in SE Asia.
You can check it out at https://forum.thaivisa.com/forum/285-golf-in-southeast-asia. Golfers are encouraged to post their own comments or perhaps a short review with photos of any course that they may have recently visited. That way these directories can become a useful source of information for everyone.
Golf in Thailand, even during the pandemic, averaged over 108,000 views a month, making it the No.1 source for golfers checking out Thailand.
Thaivisa has now become the top website for general information on Thailand for foreigners with over 6 million views per month.
Golf is Big Business.
International Golf Vacations is a huge industry across South East of Asia, and many golfers like to book two or even three centre holidays.
Naturally it is difficult to book trips at the moment due to Covid 19 restrictions, however with certain borders due to re-open for tourists over the next few months, we wanted to have as much online information as possible.
Mike Bridge thaivisa’s Golf Editor said, “We have researched what we believe to be the most attractive courses to appeal to golf vacationers. These include clubs in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Vietnam.
Viewers will find a general overview of each country, a short description of each golf course plus contact and website details.
“I am sure viewers from around the globe will have their own comments or favorites to add, and we welcome reviews from individual golfers as well,” added Bridge.
The directories do not include prices, as these can change seasonally. However, golfers will be able to check out the latest rates, by just going to their preferred club’s website.
In addition to the new directories of over 150 courses, thaivisa will also post the latest SE Asia golf news to keep golfers up to date.
Seems the Philippines directory has seen a jump in views since Yuka Saso won the US Women’s Open, the first Filipino to win a major.
The new forum will enable local destinations, travel agents, tourist boards and individual courses to book upgraded packages packages, plus banners, advertorials and to post special offers and events throughout the year.
Print media globally is on the decline, therefore with thaivisa.com’s large audience, these forums are seen as a huge boost for the Asia golf industry.
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