Langkawi Art in Paradise 3D Museum, is hailed as the largest 3D Art museum in Malaysia and second largest in the world. It features more than 200 impressive artworks, all of which are hand-painted by 23 leading Korean artists in collaboration with talented local artists, that appear almost lifelike when photographed.
It has a simple rule. You have to forget that you are an adult and jump from one art work to another with a child like curiosity and let your creativity flow as you interact, photograph, and blend with the artworks. The Photographer should mind a proper distance and take photos from the designated spot for photographs. You can take hints from the suggestion board that have some real pictures of tourists posing there or may try something from your own mind. With kids especially toddlers, you can’t really force them to pose as per your instructions but still you can try making them stand at that position while the other partner should be quick to click.
Here are some pictures we took along with our toddler. As you can see, we just enjoyed our time over here and our photos make us smile every time we take a look at it. Wonderful place to enjoy with family and friends. Here are my top 11 reasons how 3D art pamper the kid in you.
1. You can discover the hidden creativity in yourself. (The art of giving expressions)
|Look what I found in the ocean!|
3. Experience some adrenaline rushing adventures without actually doing anything.
|See even a 3 yr old knows Surfing|
4. You can live moments as if in a fantasy world:
5. You get to play Super hero and your Kid will love you even more for that.
6. You get to experience places you wouldn’t have traveled easily!
errr.. quite privately..
8. You can be a part of weird Scientific experiments
9. You get to role-play your dreams:
10. You can time-travel to past:
11. You realize the hidden message of life is to be happy no matter what!
Opening Hours: Daily 09:00 – 18:00
Address: Oriental Village, Burau Bay, Langkawi
Price Range: The entrance fee for foreign visitors is RM38 for adults and RM28 for children, while locals (with MyKad identifications) are required to pay RM30 and RM20 respectively