Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country ClubOriginally opened in 1991, KLGCC is Sime Darby Property's leading leisure facility. Both the West and East Courses were completely redesigned by renowned international golf course architect E & G Parslow and then re-opened in 2008 and 2010 respectively. The high quality of construction is synonymous with Sime Darby and incorporates state-of-the art technologies and impressive attention to detail. Since then, KLGCC has redefined superior service and excellence; its facilities and hospitality are one of the prides of the golfing industry.
Kota Permai Golf & Country Club
Kota Permai is the perfect getaway for golf and recreational pleasures. You will be overwhelmed by the fast greens, challenging international 18-hole course, numerous sporting facilities, food and beverage facilities and backed by the friendly staff you'll ever meet. Kota Permai Golf & Country Club is a lifestyle in itself, situated in Kota Kemuning, an up-market suburb of Shah Alam ideally located along the Kesas highway linking the city of Kuala Lumpur to the bustling port of Klang. Kota Permai is only 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur's CBD and 35 minutes from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang. Singapore, down south is just under four hours by car.
The ELS ClubTake the exhilarating natural setting of Malaysia, add the brilliant golfing mind of Ernie Els and the result is something special: a golf club that seeks to go beyond par, delivering excellence at every turn. Prepare to have your senses and skills challenged. Choose from a selection of courses, spanning a total of 63 holes of golf courses that stretch and snake through ancient rainforest down to the turquoise Andaman Sea; or challenging coastal golf that meanders alongside a 17km beach facing the South China Sea. Discover comprehensive meeting and event facilities; discover a range of food & beverage options that satisfy the whole family.
Genting HighlandsGenting Highlands offers a mixed range of entertainment and leisure activities beyond its theme park and surrounding tourist attractions. Casinos are undoubtedly the biggest draw here, as Genting is the only licensed gambling spot in Malaysia on land. It is not unusual to find large crowds swarming the casinos daily, especially from late night till wee hours of the morning. Table games available include Baccarat, Roulette, Blackjack and 'Tai Sai' (a traditional Chinese game of dice) while traditional one-armed bandits, electronic table games and mobile app-based gaming consitute other casino activities. By Malaysian law, Muslims and those below 21 years old are barred from gambling.