Just not worth it - reminds me of Blackpool in the 80s. Not entertaining and in very poor condition.
Probably one of the longest and toughest mini-golf courses we've played on, but was A LOT of fun. Visited at sunset, (maybe the best time to go as the course is a little fun down), but the lighting and gardens are exquisite.
Love minigolf and the course is simple but entertaining for a an hour. Good shade but not much breeze. Head right to the back of the property for clubs and balls, this is not clear when you arrive.
18 holes of concrete mini golf so ball runs all over the place until it hits debris on the course which included coconut that had fallen from the trees all around. Have you felt how hard a coconut is - you definitely want to be out of the way if one of those falls! Cost 1200000 dong. Including a beer... More
Terrible standard, not one hole was in good shape. Maby its we but we never been to mini golf made of just concrete. We hade some laughs but it was more because it was almost impossible sometimes. For us it was a disappointment and would not recommend it. Verry easy to lose your temper.
Definitely - if you go there - bring some more people to color the game, or it could be a bit dull. Or drink. There were 2 of us playing, and sober. We were in a bit rush, but not wery. There were 2 guys from Australia playing before us - they were having Tiger after Tiger and looked more... More
This little spot was a fun little evening for us although nothing spectacular. The evenings in Mui Ne can be a little slow at times and we enjoyed playing although it wasn't especially well maintained.
Bit run down but what do you expect? A simple concrete course and was a bit of fun. If your in Mui Ne for a few days and want something to do go for it.
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