An experimental investigation is conducted on the cooling effectiveness of full-coverage film cooled wall with impingement jets. Film cooling plate is made of stainless steel, thus the adiabatic film cooling effectiveness and the cooling effect of impingement jet underneath the film cooling plate are comprised in the cooling effectiveness. Infra-red camera is used to measure the temperature of film cooled surfaces. Experiments are conducted with different film cooling hole angles, such as 35° and 90°. Diameters of both film cooling holes and impinging jet holes are 5 mm. The jet Reynolds number base on the hole diameter (Red) ranges from 3,000 to 5,000 and equivalent blowing ratios (M) varies from 0.3 to 0.5, respectively. The distance between the injection plate and the film cooling plate is 1, 3 and 5 times of the hole diameter. The streamwise and spanwise hole spacing to the hole diameter ratio (p/d) are 3 for both the film cooling hole plate and the impingement jet hole plate. The 35° angled film cooling hole arrangement shows higher film cooling effectiveness than the 90° film cooling hole arrangement. As the blowing ratio increases, the cooling effectiveness is enhanced for both the 35° and 90° film cooling hole configurations. For the normal film cooling hole, the film cooling effectiveness is almost constant regardless of H/d, while H/d =1 shows a minimum value for the angled film cooling hole.