Avid followers of this blog inadvertently know that I like 3D art murals. Over these past few years, since 3D art became popular, I have visited quite a number of attractions wherever I go.
The 3D art gallery that I visited recently was 3D Art Langkawi, located within Oriental Village on the island.
This is no ordinary 3D gallery – it is part of the Art in Paradise international brand.
Do you know that the building itself was custom-made just to present these artwork in the best possible way? In fact, 3D Art Langkawi is the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia and one of the biggest in the world.
To bring 3D Art Langkawi to life, 23 Korean Master Artists were engaged to hand paint these art pieces of various sizes.
These artists, with an average age of 60 and also the last master artists of their generation, were flown in to collaborate with local creative experts.
It took the artists some five months to complete their task of more than a hundred pieces.
Presentation with different zones of artwork to amuse and entertain visitors, so do spend time admiring and posing for photos, blending in and be part of the art. The zones include Aquatic, Safari, Classic, Fantasy and Malaysian, incorporating world-famous masterpieces.
Have a great time at 3D Art Langkawi with family and friends, where fun, culture and education are combined to create memorable experiences.
Individual ticket prices:
Adult – RM30
Child – RM20
Adult – RM38
Child – RM28
Tickets are also sold in Combo packages with other attractions, at a discount.
For further information, click on this official website.
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