Game/ Entertainment Centres in Siem Reap

THE 5 BEST Siem Reap Game & Entertainment Centres

Game & Entertainment Centres in Siem Reap

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  • Jack H
    9 contributions
    Excellent way to spend an hour or two. 14 hole course with various designs to test any crazy golf pro.
    Free Wifi, Darts board, and food/drink available
    Written 18 January 2023
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  • Steven C
    Sydney, Australia164 contributions
    Yes it was fun, the entire $120 was spent in say 80 seconds. We both took about 40 seconds each to fire 30 rounds (a clip) each.
    Expensive yes, but we were looking to shoot something a bit automatic...M16? Yes M4? yes!
    Ticked off the list of military, anti-personnel weapons a civilian can fire, for giggles.
    We shot paper targets, it was in and out, with three instructors close by at all time.
    People complain about the barrels being pinned down, but really, those things have a bit of recoil and I reckon if you were unfamiliar with the weapon, it'd make your shoot the roof etc.
    So good call gents, safety first.
    Rocket launcher...yeah $410...if only I had that loose change...
    Still, it was good fun!
    Written 10 April 2017
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • KDoozy
    Melbourne, Australia59 contributions
    We had cocktails at Wild nearby and then stopped here at our daughter’s insistence. She adored it and declared it the best thing she’s done this holiday.

    The dogs are in a pen and the kids can go in and play with them. Cost was US$2. Is supervised by a staff member. The dogs were little toy ones and completely clean and totally super-cute. We sat at a table and played Jenga while we waited. Coffee machine was broken so had an iced tea macchiato (US$4). Never had one before and will probably never have another one but it was quite delicious. This was the only drink on offer, maybe could offer something else for the kids, like water or fruit shakes.
    Written 10 January 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • Tricia6408
    Melbourne, Australia48 contributions
    Fantastic value for money and something different to do in town. The owners are lovely, My daughter had fun
    Written 1 September 2016
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  • Terry L
    Singapore, Singapore15 contributions
    From some the country's wildlife to historical replicas and bizarre trick-eyes, it offers a variety of attractions to interest the young and old. A must-do, for a change to the usual Temple tours.
    Written 16 July 2015
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