Singapore: With inspiration drawn from the traditions of golf, Laguna National Golf and Country Club is poised to unveil a bold new 19th hole.
The Nest – a 19th hole restaurant and bar – will officially open its doors on Monday [April 13], presenting an enticing new menu featuring international, Japanese and local cuisines.
Dining comes with a feast for the eyes as The Nest features breathtaking views overlooking the award-winning Masters Course at Laguna National, a Golf Facility Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
From both inside the restaurant and the outdoor terrace, patrons will dine in full view of the Masters Course’s finishing hole and its beautiful lake.
As the sun sets and lights dim, the bar takes centre stage with bar flair performance by its award-winning in-house bartender. The Nest offers a wide selection of beers, cocktails and mocktails making it an ideal hangout for after work drinks and a chic venue for hosting an evening cocktail reception.
With the terrace just 12 metres away from the 18th green, The Nest has been strategically designed and built to serve as a spectator interactive grandstand during golf tournaments and is located on the perfect spot to capture deciding moments on the last hole of the championship Masters Course.
Along with the nation’s vision to become the best sports hub in the region, The Nest is an outstanding addition to the list of championship-worthy spectator stands amongst Singapore’s golf clubs.
The Nest is Singapore’s newest and most stylish 19th hole. It incorporates the concept of a sports bar with features such as textured wood finishings, high bar stools, vintage wall posters with pictures of famous golfers and golf quotes, as well as usage of strong, dark tones across its interior furnishing.
To celebrate its opening, The Nest is offering a month-long giveaway, from April 13 to May 12, on weekdays at various specified times throughout the day.
For further details, please visit www.lagunanational.com
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