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Mini Golf Amid Angkor Replicas

June 13, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

Due to our commitment to responsible tourism issues, we are currently reviewing the golf courses we feel comfortable working with. For any questions, please email [email protected].

Clients traveling to Siem Reap with the family can spend a few hours of fun at the Angkor Wat Putt miniature golf course. There are 14 holes set in a large garden with a beer and seating area. What’s so special about this mini golf course is the presence of nine accurate replicas of some of the most famous Angkor temples. This means you can knock a ball around Banteay Srei, under Angkor Wat, and past the impressive faces of Bayon.

The rules for mini golf are similar to golf. It is played in a competition with fellow players on oddly shaped putting greens. The golf ball must be hit in as few hits as possible before it reaches the hole. In Siem Reap, the trick is to hit under and around temples and avoid the water and other obstacles.

The best score so far is 42. A hole-in-one is rewarded by a free soft drink or beer.

For the little ones, there’s a bouncy castle playground at the venue.

For more information and bookings, contact [email protected].

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