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Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong

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Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong

198 Reviews
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No.118, Peak Road 3/F, The Peak Galleria, Hong Kong China
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Sheung WanMass Transit Railway (MTR)23 min
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Kevin X wrote a review Dec 2019
18 contributions1 helpful vote
A wonderful experience to test your tricky eyes! Be creative and post any pose for photo taking. The staffs were helpful.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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MalcH wrote a review May 2019
Loughborough, United Kingdom2,549 contributions661 helpful votes
Free to enter, and although not really for me, I can see a great attraction for kids/teens/selfie lovers. You can use your camera/cell phone to capture some crazy images with 3D backgrounds and staff will also take photos which you can buy.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Blackeagle wrote a review May 2019
1 contribution2 helpful votes
Two teenage “photographer” telling people to pose. These kids have no respect and have condescending tone to people who walk past. I don’t want to say more cause their attitude was disgusting at best. I don’t know how you guys can employ such childish kids to joke with tourists and visitors. They ****ed up my mood. Good luck getting ur photo sales up with them. Ur service was a JOKE.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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liger s wrote a review Apr 2019
8 contributions6 helpful votes
I wasn't really expecting to visit here, but glad we did. we went to victoria peak to take some photos and visit the bush fire resturant (a great resturant btw) we were with my young nephews and nieces so went in for a look. you cant use your own cameras. but if there is a good few of you there you only need to pay for one set of photos and have them emailed to you it costs very little. well worth a visit and great photos to remind you of the trip.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Debbie T wrote a review Mar 2019
Brisbane, Australia632 contributions430 helpful votes
We didn’t know about this place. Our 8 and 12 year old had a great time which was fantastic as it was a rainy day and kept them busy. Most of the photo opportunities were free with a couple you had to pay the professional photographer as you couldn’t take a picture yourself. The professional shots were expensive but well done.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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