$9.90 for $20 Worth of Golf Games at LilliPutt
- Perfect for birthdays, families and corporate functions
- Weather-proof activity for all ages and fitness levels
- 18 interactive holes with lighting, animation and sound effects
- Designed to showcase Singapore’s landmarks
- Exciting seaside location
During Gulliver’s inaugural visit to Singapore, many enjoyable hours were whittled away sipping brandy cocktails, haggling with rickshaw drivers, and traversing the country’s length with two strides. Be like Godzilla while appreciating the city’s wonders with today’s Groupon: for $9.90, you get $20 worth of golf games at LilliPutt.
LilliPutt guides aspiring golf legends on 18 holes based on a pint-sized rendering of Singapore ($19.20 per adult, $16.00 per student, $12.80 per child). Hold the scoffs – LilliPutt ensures each swing is met with unpredictable challenges. With putt in hand, watch as your ball hitches a ride on Mount Faber’s cable car, meanders around the Singapore port and rumbles through an MRT before plopping into the Fountain of Wealth. Children will be worked into a frenzied delight with interactive game play and special sound effects, while adults take a breather between putts at the Esplanade and Sentosa.
Organize a big day out with miniature meanderings for up to 80 players – share friendly swings or sharpen competition claws with tournament-style strategy. Whatever your mission may be, let the Lilliputians fabricate and coordinate your gathering or marathon play-off, replete with prizes and trophies.
“If a mini golf adventure with your friends and loved ones sounds like your idea of fun, then you’ve found it at LilliPutt - Singapore’s first themed indoor mini golf course. LilliPutt is perfect for groups of up to 80 players. From skilled golfers to someone completely new to the game, LilliPutt promises hours of exciting entertainment for everyone. Just come with plenty of enthusiasm for fun.” – YourSingapore.com Review
“We got in and the staff at the gate to the miniature golf course gave us our putters and balls. She also asked us if we knew how to play and gave us a little demo and then showed us how to fill in our score card. It’s actually pretty fun!” – Seriously Sarah Review
“It's a new concept in Singapore at affordable prices and at an easily accessible place. It's a fun concept, which is family oriented and unique, something that people (from 5 yrs and above) can enjoy together, regardless of rain or shine. It's an experience you cannot afford to miss.” - NewAsia Singapore Review