Southern Vietnam's first seaside golf course
Spectacular ocean views from the tee
Challenging 27-holes of championship golf
Quality and world-class facilities available in the resort
Challenging play to golfers of all levels
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Green fees, Caddies fee
Hotel pickup and drop-off at Vung Tau City
Caddie tips, personal expenses
Golf equipment rental
What you can expect
Vung Tau Paradise Golf Resort bracing sea air, three kilometers of dazzling white beach, spectacular ocean views from the tee, and a challenging 27-holes of championship golf – all of these combine to challenge and entertain players at Vung Tau Paradise Resort golf club. Although popular with tourists and Vung Tau foreign residents and workers, the course at the Paradise resort remains one of Vietnam least played, which is surprising considering its quality and the level of facilities available to visitors.
The Taiwanese-designed 27-hole course is Vietnam first seaside golf course and offers a challenging play to golfers of all levels. The 6,830-yard, par 72 18-hole course is the most widely played – a testing, links-style course affording spectacular views both out over the sea and inland. Palms offer a little shade, and the sea breeze keeps things relatively cool. In addition to the excellent golf course, Paradise Resort also boasts a putting green, driving range with sea views, fully equipped clubhouse, and trolley and buggy rental. Non-golfers are also very well catered for at the club Tennis courts, water sports, surfing, jet ski etc. provide more than enough diversion for even the most energetic, while those looking for more staid activities can opt for a quiet meal in the restaurant or a drink in the clubhouse.
The course at Vung Tau Paradise Golf Resort is a 27 hole layout. Due to the relatively long 2.5 hour drive from Central Saigon Paradise resort remains one of Vietnam’s least played golf courses. The Taiwanese designed Paradise golf course was the first seaside golf course in Vietnam and it offers challenges to golfers of all levels.
Most golfers describe the paradise course as a testing, links-style design which has an in-land feel despite playing along pristine beaches with spectacular ocean views on many of the holes. Palms offer a little shade, and the sea breeze keeps things relatively cool.
Paradise Golf Resort has nice practice facilities with full putting and chipping green and driving range with sea views. The clubhouse at Vung Tau has a basic restaurant which serves some unique Vietnamese seafood, and ice-cold beers. It is a good place to spend some time relaxing after your round.