Jom Guna Otak di Museum of Illusions, Kuala Lumpur
Had a chance to visit Museum Of Illusions, Kuala Lumpur when I was in Malaysia recently, courtesy of Kak Sally of sallysamsaiman.com. It all started when Kak Sally sent me a DM on Instagram asking if I want a pair of tickets to Museum Of Illusions, Kuala Lumpur. I have had politely declined her offer because I knew my parents will be reluctant to let me go to Kuala Lumpur. #susahjadiorangkampugni
Thankfully my younger sister who happens to be the anak emas in our family wanted to go. Anak emas means less questions from our parents and yes, yes, boleh je. lol! So, I reached out back to kak Sally saying that I want the tickets. Thankfully, kak Sally was willing to pass the tickets that day. Kalau tak, tak merasalah. Hahaha :D
It was our first experience at a museum of illusions so we were obviously giddy and excited especially my sister. How she couldn't be? Science and logical thinking are her elements. It's way different for me. I'm a kind of lazy person especially bila bab kena berfikir ni. Lagi-lagi kalau benda tu berkaitan dengan sains. I was just excited to spend my time outside. Haha :D
Siapa tak pening bila lalu tunnel ni, dia power!
From my observation, Museum of Illusions, Kuala Lumpur didn't have that many tricks and illusions or activities (tak tahulah nak panggil apa sebenarnya) but they have enough to keep you busy, entertained and invested. I personally loved ones that make great pictures like the chair and the rotating tunnel. #sissukatangkapgambar
But other stuffs like pictures and puzzles were interesting too. Banyak-banyak puzzles dekat situ, I only managed solved one puzzle. Bentuk heart pula tu. Haha. But then, it was considered as easy puzzle. #noitsnoteasy If you're kind of tenacious, you could easily spend hours trying to solve all the puzzles cause they have a lot of puzzles.
Me with the only puzzle that I solved that day.
Conclusively, it was a fun experience. However, I'm not sure if I'm going to visit again. Mainly because I think the price point is quite steep with the numbers of activities, tricks and illusions that they have. I do, however, think that it's going to be a neat experience especially if you're a first timer like us.
A special shout out to kak Sally. Thank you kak Sally for the free tickets, for tagging us along and for being our photographer for that day! Truly appreciate it. :)