If you haven’t had enough of your own pictures in the island’s many 3D museums, this is another one for you.
On the ground floor you’ll find your normal 3D paintings. But once you get upstairs, this is when things start to glow.
German Artist At Works
While most 3D arts in Malaysia uses Korean artists, this museum uses a German as the main painter.
The highlight of his work is the the Fire & Water — Tribute to Darwin, a special painting of a waterfall that turns into molten lava in the dark.
Ticket Price / Entrance Fee
Adult : RM 20 (~$5.17)
Children : RM 12 (~$3.1)
Adult : RM 27 (~$6.98)
Children : RM 17 (~$4.4)
Daily: 10am – 6:30pm