We Are Featured In GolfMagic.com

The article explores the state of the golf industry in North Borneo (Sabah). The author made an interesting observation on this subject. You can read the excerpt below:

Most people’s perception of this island, slightly bigger than France or Texas, and sharing its borders with Brunei and Indonesia, is of inhospitable rain forest, first discovered by David Attenborough’s eye-popping TV adventures in the 1960s. Nothing could be further from the truth. The country has thriving, bustling communities serving tourism with great relish.

Wherever we travelled, English was widely spoken and understood and the courtesy offered us was exceptional. The weather was warm and humid, punctuated by short sharp showers at certain times of the day that you could almost set your watch by. So little problem in choosing your tee times.

It was surprising just how many golf clubs are within easy reach to our hotel (the Tanjung Aru Shangri-La) ten mins drive away from the airport.  As well as Kota Kinabalu Golf Club, the Sutera Harbour, Sabah and Dalit Bay Golf and Country Clubs were comfortably accessible, along with Mount Kinabulu golf course in the shadow of the third highest peak (13,435 ft) in South East Asia, which bears its name.

Here’s the link to the full article: Golf in The Wild

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About SHR-Management

Sutera Harbour Resort is a favoured 5-star destination situated in Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah. It boasts three impressive properties - The Pacific Sutera Hotel, The Magellan Resort and the award-winning Sutera Harbour Marina, Golf & Country Club. Designed as a world-class retreat, the 384-acre property is designed as a world class retreat.
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6 Responses to We Are Featured In GolfMagic.com

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  4. HI,
    I am a school teacher in a center of educational research in French Polynesia (www.crdp.pf).
    We would like to integrate in a textbook of geography for schools the picture of this article about Golf.

    What steps must we take to use this picture?

    Thank you for your help

    • Dear Heinui LE CAILL,

      Greetings from Sutera Harbour Resort!
      Thank you for the enquiry.
      In regards to seeking permission to use the picture in the mentioned blog post link to be integrated in a Geography textbook for schools, kindly email your request to Sutera Harbour Resort’s Director of Marketing Communications, Ms. Mayang Ismail at mayang.ismail@suteraharbour.com.my

      Best regards,
      SHR-Management.

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