GreenTGolf, The world’s first Environmental Golf Event
The Venue – One of Malaysia's Seven Wonders
GreenTGolf will be staged at the renowned Mines Resort City, Exhibition Complex and Golf Club, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Built on the site of the Hong Fatt tin mine, the largest open-cast mine in the world, the complex stretches over 1,000 acres and encompasses 5 million square feet of interior space.
The centre piece of the complex is the Robert Trent Jones – designed golf course, a masterpiece of environmental restoration and scene of the 1999 World Cub Golf Championship.
The course borders a magnificent 150 acre lake which also provides the backdrop to two hotels. The Palace of the Golden Horses is a luxurious edifice with 480 rooms and suites offering a harmonious blend of Moorish architecture and Malaysian culture. At the other end of the 2 km long lake is the Palace Beach and Spa, 178 rooms resort hotel, with 47 additional lake side chalets and a sandy beach cascading into a swimming lagoon.
The Palace Beach and Spa is just a five minute walk from the Malaysia Exhibition Centre and the venue for GreenTGolf Conference and Exhibition. Malaysia International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC) has a total 38,000 square feet of column free exhibition space plus 3 major conference rooms, and 11 additional meeting rooms.
Mines Resort City also feature a major shopping mall, through which you cruise by water taxi; the Mines Wonderland, a premier night theme parkland, the Mines Waterfront Business Park, a multi-functional office development which also feature galleries, an arts and craft centre, retail facilities and cafeterias.
The Mines Resort City is strategically located just 20 minutes from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, and 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport at Sapang.