The heat transfer coefficient of counterinclined film holes fed by different intake structures on the turbine vane leading edge (LE) model is experimentally investigated in this paper. A semicylinder model is adopted to model the vane leading edge, which is arranged with one single row of film holes per side, which are located from the stagnation at a 15-deg angle. The four leading edge models, which are the combinations of the hole-shapes (cylindrical hole and laid-back hole) and intake structures (plenum and impingement), are tested at four blowing ratios M. The contours of the heat transfer coefficient, which are characterized by the Frössling number Fr, since it includes the Reynold number effect, are acquired by the transient measurement technique based on double thermochromic liquid-crystals (LCs). The lateral-averaged Fr of the nonfilm-cooled model is provided by using the same experimental platform with an identical main-flow condition. It is then compared with the published data, which indicates the reliability of the present transient measurement techniques. The results illustrate that a core region with a higher heat transfer appears in the hole-exit downstream, and its distribution is slightly skewed to the inclination direction of the film holes. The shape of the high heat transfer region gradually inclines in the spanwise direction as M increases. The heat transfer in the region where the jet core flows through is relatively low, while the jet edge region is relatively high. The effect of impingement leads to the outflow of each hole becoming increasingly uniform, which can reduce the difference in the heat transfer between the region where the jet core flows through and the jet edge. The heat transfer strength may increase due to the intense turbulence caused by the introduction of the impingement. Compared with the cylindrical hole, the laid-back hole has a spanwise expansion feature, which makes the shape of the high heat transfer region wider in the spanwise direction and increases the heat transfer level. Additionally, the magnitude of the enhancement increases with an increasing M.