When I heard the 2 words “
art” and “ museum” it didn’t inspire excitement. But Art in Paradise Langkawi was so much fun, I couldn’t get my kids to leave, even after spending over 2 hours there.
We discovered interactive art displays and optical illusions evoking endless laughter. To call it a “museum” might be a disservice. But I can’t compare it to anything else we’ve visited.
So I’ll just let these photos do the talking.
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Aug 4th, 2015
Wow, how cool is this! Fab photos, you look like you had so much fun.
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