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Discovering MICE at the Luxury Golf and Resort Escape of Mission Hills China

Mission Hills China (comprising of properties in Haikou, Shenzhen and Dongguan), is already recognised as having the world’s largest golf club by the Guinness World Records, as well as winner of multiple international awards with a total of 22 golf courses. On each property is a five-star resort with luxurious accommodation and dining experience, as well as offering leisure recreation and spa and wellness. The facilities in Mission Hills China also extend to include a host of first-class MICE venues.

All three Mission Hills resorts have a full range of meetings and conventions spaces, with large ballrooms that can hold events, banquets, weddings, exhibitions, conferences and concerts. The resorts have the advantage of the prestigious golf course setting and natural green surroundings. At the same time, to help you plan your events, meetings and conventionst the experienced Mission Hills MICE in-house team is on hand to advise.

The editorial team from MICE in Asia publication was invited to visit the Mission Hills in Haikou, Shenzhen and Dongguan to familiarise themselves with all three resorts and facilities available there.

 

Golf Course
Altogether there are 22 golf courses stretching across Mission Hills in Haikou, Shenzhen and Dongguan. Each course has been designed by and named after top golfers and PGA tour professionals from Greg Norman, David Leadbetter, David Duval, Annika Sorenstam and Jose Maria Olazabal to name a few including China’s Zhang Lian Wei. While the Ernie Els and Jumbo Ozaki courses in Shenzhen are fitted with floodlights that allow golfers to play until 2.00 am. Among the region’s most important tournament that Mission Hills China has hosted are the World Cup of Golf, Tiger Woods China Challenge and the Asian Amateur Championship.


Resort accommodation
Guests staying at Mission Hills will definitely find the view from their suites and rooms of the golf course breathtaking. The resort in Haikou has about 518 suites and rooms while in Shenzhen and Dongguan totaled 500. Each resort has restaurants, a fully-equipped fitness and recreation centre, and a swimming pool.

MICE facilities
All three properties of Mission Hills, are equipped with first-class MICE facilities ranging from multi-function rooms with flexible set-up options to ballrooms which can fit any kind of events – small meeting to large events and conferences. The grand ballrooms in Haikou, Shenzhen and Dongguan resorts are elegantly decorated with a backstage, dressing room and a pre-function foyer.


Mission Hills Haikou Five-Continent Mineral Spring Villa
Haikou itself is home to several natural mineral spring reserves with water drawn from 800 metres below the ground of volcanic in origin. Only available at the Haikou Mission Hills, the golf resort has created an extensive area of about 950,000 square feet of 21 acres, as a destination for mineral spring and spa. Several spring reserves are found here, and are defined by the features of countries from the five continents - Asia, Oceania, America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East with distinctive themes of Tropical Orient, Native Maori, Ancient Roman Pool, American Wild West, Lost City and Exotic Turkish Bath.

Movie-Themed Town at Haikou Mission Hills
Is a commercial venture between Mission Hills, the Huayi Brothers and Feng Xhio Gang on an area of 1,400 acres have been set for a movie-themed town. It features the setting from some of Feng’s famous movies, and when completed, there will also be dining and entertainment outlets, shopping, cinema and hotels. This will establish Haikou as the leading entertainment, cultural and leisure destination in China. 

The publisher of MICE in Asia would like to thank: Mr Yum Siew Wah, General Manager of Mission Hills Haikou; Sundi Shi and Mona Li of Mission Hills Shenzhen; and Manshun Zhu of Mission Hills Dongguan for the familiarisation tour of the resorts. Our special thanks go to Sundi Shi, Mona Li and Kitty Wu for organising and making the trip a memorable one.