Thousands of tourists and visitors from all over the world who come to Malaysia usually make the entry through this Kuala Lumpur Subang International Airport.
Thousands of tourists and visitors from all over the world who come to Malaysia usually make the entry through this Kuala Lumpur Subang International Airport. There are others too who come through the ports and train service either from the north or south. The airport is about 15 minutes drive from the Kuala Lumpur city.
Malaysia provides some of the most exotic and enchanting views and scenery of the Orient. The lush of greenery all around with natural landscapes and man made monuments that is much talked about in the West is what brings this visitors. There is a queer mixture of great cultures among the people of Malaysia that lends itself to the curiosity of the visitors. The Malaysian have been very often describe by visitors as friendly and cheerful people. Indeed this is what the country has in store for the visitors.
One of the places that ha attracted international attention is the International ??? Golf course which one of the finest 27 hole course in this part of the world. It fact its reputation had once dram the international golfers attention to stage the World Amateur team championship in 1974.
Plans are already now underway to make the Royal Selangor Golf course into a 36 hole course before the end of next year.
Golfing as a game has its origin in Malaysia as much several games as cricket, football to the British.
The legacy of the British to this country hence do not remain in the mode of administration. The popularity of the game can probably judged from the fact that since the last 15 years the course has been booked from the early hours of the morning of Saturday and Sundays. The patrons usually are members of the royalty, like the Sultan of Selangor Politicians who try to take time off from their daily hustling (cue Tun Lustapha the former Chief Minister of Sabah playing with blue ??? white ??? and civil servants as a means of relaxing. The International Subans Golf course stretches an area of more than 300 acres. It was built over a rubber plantation which is not an uncommon sight in any part of the country. The course presently too betrays its former origin in that patches of area with rubbers trees as shades have been maintained. This adds to the naturalness and a comforting play for golfers whose strokes go astray.