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Win a golfing holiday in Malaysia

AccountancyAge.com - in conjunction with golf travel website Golftravel4u.com- is offering you the chance to win a golfing holiday to Malaysia.

The prize includes two return tickets to Malaysia and seven nights’ free accommodation at the fabulous Glenmarie Pan Pacific Kuala Lumpur.

And what’s more, the prize will include free green fees at the spectacular Glenmarie Golf & Country Club to round off your dream golfing holiday.

Set among 180 hectares of lush greenery, overlooking two of the finest 18-hole golf courses in Malaysia, The Pan Pacific Glenmarie Kuala Lumpur forms an integral part of the Glenmarie Golf & Country Club. Just 25 minutes from the city centre, the resort is ideal for business and pleasure.

The resort offers an outdoor swimming pool, indoor and outdoor tennis, squash, gym facilities and is perfectly placed to visit all the major attractions, including the shopping complexes, Chinatown, Central Market and the KL Tower.

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