The purpose of the current study is to find out the heat transfer and pressure drop phenomena of the cooling channel with dimples and guide vane and compare the results with the no guide vane dimpled cooling channel. The first leg of the cooling channel is 490 mm, and the second leg is 460 mm. The two legs relate to the 180 deg turn region. The guide vane was inserted at the bend region of the dimpled cooling channel. The study was conducted with two different guide vanes geometry at two different orientations, i.e., U-guide vane with protrusion and depression orientation and curve-guide vane with protrusion and depression orientations both experimentally and numerically. The numerical study was performed with the large eddy simulation method. The result shows that for both stationary and rotational motion, the U-guide vane with depression experiences the highest thermal performance. The friction factor is comparatively higher for curve-guide vane with protrusion under stationary motion. However, under rotation, the curve-protrusion guide encounters the highest friction factor, which is higher compared to the no guide vane cooling channel.