Monday, November 28, 2016

Wow-ing art


Read this article in paper last Tuesday on the newly-opened interactive 3D art museum in Kuching. Wow! It is about time we have this museum here.

On Saturday, we checked out this new place in Penrissen.


The building is next to the Chinese temple, opposite the Kota Sentosa.

Not the whole buidling occupied by the museum so you need to spot the entrance to the museum.
After paying our entrance fee which wasn't cheap (my personal opinion), we were accompanied by a staff touring around the gallery. She guided us on how to pose with each art piece.


We did have a good time posing and looking around the gallery. The wall arts as well as the giant replica of Sarawak's specialty food.


Those books are for sale at RM69 each

Let out the famous Bujang Senang

The cat and burung kenyalang

She caught a big fish

Cock-fighting

Yours truly was getting friendly with Orang Utan

Replica of a little house

Riding down the Main Bazaar

My mum used to have this old- fashioned dressing table back in the 80s

Sago!

Noodles!

Kolo mee

Kek Lapis

Her favourite, roti canai


14 comments:

suituapui said...

I saw this on Facebook. Hope to go there one day.

Phong Hong said...

How nice! Perfect timing for the school holidays.

lina said...

Wow! Cool!

mun said...

So fun for the children and also parents to pose for the photos!

Merryn said...

I think the pricing is okay. I went to the one in Malacca and it is even pricier than this.

Shirley Tay said...

How fun, dear! The last pix is so real! xoxo

Small Kucing said...

wah the kids sure goes hyper liao....

Small Kucing said...

what books are those? ...am too pampered by bbw to fork out that amount leh

Rose World said...

Books mostly on history of Sarawak

Nancy Chan said...

Great and fun place for the kids and adults. Opened just in time for the holidays!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Not to mention about the exchange rate, at least cheaper than if for me to go, me consider International...

reana claire said...

Thanks for sharing.. at least I know there is this great and fun place to go next time!

Sharon D said...

Oo..pricey but I guess it's alright once in a lifetime. ;)
I would come here. The building itself is beautiful to look at.

Fatin Days said...

Now have more reasons to go to Kuching! :D

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