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dian72 wrote a review Feb 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia51 contributions10 helpful votes
The place was very quiet on Wednesday afternoon. There are so many 3D arts, all are fantastic. Cindy, the staff, help us taking photographs with the right angles all the way through. We had so much fun there.
Date of experience: February 2019
dibanov wrote a review Jun 2018
Tangerang, Indonesia17 contributions2 helpful votes
Just like other 3D Art Museum... you will have fun with you kids taking 3D pictures. There is always a staff in every room to help you. You need about 1 hour at least for 12 rooms available. every room has about 4-6 trick pictures. The only thing missing is that the lighting does not seem right so that some pictures are not having 3D look as good as expected. I recommend you to come there in the afternoon so that afterwards you can have a lice walk around the Old CIty of Semarang.…
Date of experience: June 2018
Andy Liem wrote a review May 2018
Surabaya, Indonesia300 contributions41 helpful votes
Expensive ticket for entry. You can see like Trick Eye Museum in Singapore, but this is just entry level. This place is so small. Expensive parking fee, small toilet, small parking space. Not recomended here.
Date of experience: May 2018
Arinda W wrote a review Dec 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia133 contributions19 helpful votes
Looking for attractions in Semarang that is not culinary or temples, you should try to visit this place located in the Old City. This place opens from 09.00 - 21.00 with entrance fee IDR 50,000. Since the place is very small and a bit unnoticeable, you should pay attention for a ‘becak like’ chair in front of its entrance door. That’s the place! It will take about 1 hour to stroll around the place and the staff there will assist you voluntarily to take your photos. So don’t worry if you come there alone, the staff will help with pleasure! 😊 This museum have quite limited 3D pictures, compared to other bigger museum, though many of it are great. They even have the Jokowi & Ibu Iriana’s picture doing selfie. Hahaha...Also there was some upside down places, from bedroom, kitchen to mini market. But again, it’s not much. In one or two of the pictures, they rented some costume as well for IDR 15,000 (if not mistaken). Overall, it’s a nice place to visit, different than any other attractions in Semarang. …
Date of experience: September 2017
yuniantopuspow wrote a review Oct 2017
Solo, Indonesia120 contributions2 helpful votes
good place..we took some pictures in it..my kids like it a lot th ticket also not too expensive..recommended!
Date of experience: October 2017