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Why Angkor Wat Putt is special ?
Angkor Wat Putt is a fantastic and fun activity, 14 hole Miniature Golf Course in Siem Reap. Come and knock a ball under, over and around 9 accurate replicas of the world famous Angkor Temples. Including Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, Bayon, Banteay Srei, Preah Vihear and the Terrace of the Elephants.
Perfect for all the family, young and old. If you need a break from the actual temples to have a bit of fun then do it guilt free. The course is set in a large, well maintained garden with a bar and seating area. So come and spend a few hours and relax.
The beautifully crafted, 14 hole course is open all year round. There is no need to book and open competitions are available – they will even pick you up from your hotel.So come and give it a try and come and have some fun.
What to explore at Angkor Wat Putt?
They have 14 holes, quite imaginative and well laid out. It is out in the open, but it is well lit and open to 11 pm (from 8.30 am), so would make an ideal early evening activity. angkor wat putt(14). Some of the holes have enormous models of the temples on them. We particularly liked Preah Vihear, which has 4 separate models depicting it. Each getting larger and more complex. There’s a tunnel under each to let your ball pass through.
If you get hot, there’s a covered area with fans and a snack shop that sells cold drinks at a reasonable price. There are plans soon to open a restaurant there too.
Prices are $5 for an adult – $7 if you have a pick up and drop off which the course will organise. There are concessions for children. Speaking of which, there is also a bouncy castle on the site, run by a friend, so there’s even more for the kids to do.
How to get to Angkor Wat Putt?
It takes 24 mins driving from Siem Reap International Airport.
- Lovely break from the temples
- One of the best mini golf spots ever
- Good fun, great price
- Lots of Fun and Great Owner
- Well maintained and fun for our young family
High School Rd, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
Tips for you
US$5 per pax for one round, $8 for two. They can pick you up at your hotel, $2 for a return tuk-tuk trip.
Siem Reap's temples and ruins are magnificent, no doubt. The nightlife and food isn't too bad either, but lets be honest; there isn't too much else on the to do list here... Therefore a little minigolf is a pretty great distraction! - we found the holes to be reasonably challenging and certainly fun. A number of holes have umbrellas a little baskets to hold your drinks, a nice touch! Did I mention you can buy refrigerated drinks there including cans of beer for $1 (thats not a bad deal round these parts). It's not the most well kept place I've seen but it certainly entertains for a few hours. We went in the evening when it was a little cooler, I'm guessing its as warm as the real temples during the day. We opted to cycle over, its 4km and a very dusty road, but you shouldnt be paying more than $1 for a bicycle anyway so it seems the best option (Easy to find via googlemaps or MapsMe) - they offer a tuk tuk pickup, but $2 per person is a bit steep (we haggled $1 per tuk tuk for all journeys in town, even with up to 6 of us in the tuk tuk). Didn't manage any hole in 1's... if you do you get a free beer!!!