Hong Kong Terrier 3D Art Museum is a very interesting attraction. It mainly uses visual errors in painting to create various 3D scenes. The exhibition hall is divided into different themes. The signs with the best shooting angle on the ground are very intimate and suitable for photography.
A very interesting place, to the top of the Taiping Mountains must see, children will certainly like it, adults are the same. You can download a VR software at the door, and the effect is even more dazzling. But Android can't give us tickets to the Chocolate Show when we go, and it's quite enjoyable.
Hong Kong's Terrier 3D Art Museum is a blend of Impressionist elements. Van Gogh, Monk, Renoir and so on, their works here if not. This is the charm of art galleries, which combines their imagination with pictures and accepts the edification of beauty unconsciously.
Very good. It's worth going. It's beautiful. Don't miss it if you like to take pictures.
Super fun. It's cheap to buy tickets in Ctrip. HK$150 at the door! I recommend friends who come to Hong Kong to visit.
It's a great place to download TrickEye software in advance if you're a Mac. If you're not a Mac, it seems like you need an account for some software. Without this app, you can't see and photograph the effect, so it's not very funny. The place is on the third floor of the Peak Square. It's very easy to find. After entering, each scene can be compared according to the pictures beside it. The effect is very good. We all laughed and felt that AR technology is really amazing. It feels like a real escape from shark's mouth, climbing trees and shaking bears, walking along the edge of the crater, etc. It is a place worth visiting. It is highly recommended! Play time is recommended to reserve more than one hour, children's paradise, all kinds of drag.
Hong Kong Tree's 3D Art Museum is a well-known playground and theme park in Hong Kong. It's quite suitable to go with friends here. It's praiseworthy for its location. The staff in the museum are very enthusiastic. It was not only shopping in Hong Kong, but also finding this one at the top of Taiping Mountain. I've been to Korea before. I didn't expect it in Hong Kong.