Believe it or not, there is also a museum on the Golden Coast. There are many fantastic exhibits that can open your brain and discover that human imagination can't be underestimated. Laser room I feel is the most mysterious and interesting place, a bunch of green, red laser beams intertwined into a network, anything can not pass, it burns up when it comes to it. It's really terrible.
Strange Museum records the world's major strange people and events. First of all, because the inside is all in English and is self-viewing, there is no staff explanation. So I suggest you have a translatable software - Google Translate Google Translation or Microsoft Translator Microsoft translation software. Free: Laser room. Avoid the good laser rays in the room like the vault in the movie. Strive to avoid the laser rays in the shortest time and reach the end point. This is very interesting and addictive. There are some games that can be played with a $1 knife: Laser guns, bullets, grip competitions and so on.
Believe it or not, your museum is a very interesting museum on the Golden Coast. There are many fantastic designs here. Some of them are absolutely brainstorming, but they are so ingenious that they have to admire the designer's fantasy. This is the place to start new thinking. Once you come here, you will have different opinions about all the things in front of you. It's worth visiting.
Believe it or not, your museum is on the third floor of the mall, displaying the strange stories of an adventurer named Robert Ripley on a global tour. I chose museums, mirror mazes and laser mazes. I strongly recommend ghost houses, I dare not play timid, there are bees to say that this does not play ghost houses is white, which is very real, much more terrible than the domestic, really someone will run after you with a chainsaw. Museum shows all kinds of interesting things. Believe it or not, you are not allowed to take pictures in the mirror maze, but the visual effect is superb.
I've been to this museum a couple times in other parts of the world. It's really cheesy, yes, but I still find it oddly entertaining.
In the Caville Mall, to the East is the surfer's paradise. Actually, it's a place for exhibition. There are models and sound effects in the doorway. The way of soliciting visitors is like a temple fair. It's very busy around, so you don't want to go in when you pass by. If you want to visit the museum, you should go to Brisbane. The Kunzhou Museum is still worth seeing.
Museums in the Golden Coast Mall have attractive performers and interesting contents.
A lot of strange things are really hard to believe.