Sustainable by Design Tour – Southern Asia

Travelling Southern Asia’s seven wonders & exploring some of the most sustainable and distinctive golf courses along the way.

Paul Jansen – Golf Course Architect and founder of Jansen Golf Design & Construction, will travel throughout  Southern Asia starting on the 19th April and finishing on the 14th May. On route he will be visiting some of the region’s most unique and sustainable golf courses and telling their story. His journey will begin in Sri Lanka (the pearl of the Indian Ocean) and take in India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia and Singapore.

Having worked extensively throughout the region, Paul will use this opportunity to explore the character and beauty of the places he will visit as well as extol the virtues and unique appeal of the golf courses throughout his journey. Paul will also use this trip to promote the benefits of sustainable practice and talk about key issues pertaining to the design, construction and maintenance of golf courses.

The seven wonders are as follows:

  • Sri Lankan Highlands
  • Delhi streetscape
  • Bogor Hill retreat
  • Mandalay
  • The pagodas of Bagan
  • Da Nang beach and golf
  • Siem Reap temples

Other regions Paul will be travelling include Galle, Colombo, Yangon and Singapore.  See the full ITINERARY including list of golf courses here: http://www.jansengolfdesign.com/blog/sustainable-by-design-tour-southern-asia/

Inviting Participation:

The golf community is encouraged to get involved. This could include following and interacting with Paul on social media:

on our Blog: http://www.jansengolfdesign.com/blog/

on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pauljansengolf or on @pauljansengolf

on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pauljansengolf/

on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pauljansengolf/

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