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Stop by Penang 3D Trick Art Museum to pose with engaging murals, paintings, and life-size statues. The 3D artwork and illusions housed here range from typical city scenes to quirky situations. Learn about the culture and traditions of the island through a series of charming miniatures, and take home a few funny photos from your trip. Ask the friendly staff to help you capture some snaps, and consult the stickers on the floor to find the best angles for photos. You can plan George Town trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary.
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The artwork pieces include sculptures and illusion paintings. All the pieces featured at the museum are locally made, which is one of the unique aspects that Penang 3D Trick Art Museum is proud to...
The artwork pieces include sculptures and illusion paintings. All the pieces featured at the museum are locally made, which is one of the unique aspects that Penang 3D Trick Art Museum is proud to... more »
You can go this place with your family. The staffs are very friendly too, you can also ask them to help you to take pictures.
You can go this place with your family. The staffs are very friendly too, you can also ask them to help you to take pictures. more »
Don’t bother going. I was underwhelmed with my visit to the 3D museum in Penang. It is simply a bunch of not too great 2D paintings with shadows that are supposed to make your photos 3D (not true). It costs RM25 per person. There is a person who would help you take a few photos on your phone in the first area of this museum. (First two exhibits). They help you because they want to take a few photos so they can sell you copies at the end, which is fine but honestly, their photography skills is questionable. The room that I really wanted to take photos has a Van Gogh replica (starry night) in it and makes a tall person shorter than a short person. But that room was closed. I would not want to visit the 2nd time. Really not worth the money. I would highly recommend Upside Down Museum instead. As for Covid precautions, they asked us to show our MySerjahtera to make sure we are ‘Low Risk’ before we could buy tickets (that’s good) but there were a lot of people inside. It was a weekday when we visited, I would dread it if it was a weekend.
I must say that this location really confused me but it was really fun, the atmosphere was good. A variety of interesting and funny paintings and good ideas are presented here. There are paintings that seem to be real.. It is good to bring the family here.
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