Into a 3D world: Saigon museum gives visitors cool visual tricks

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There are more than 100 paintings by 15 South Korean artists for photo fanatics


The Artinus 3D museum opened on August 15 with more than a hundred paintings by 15 Korean artists. This piece combines the citadel in Hue with Ha Long Bay.  Photo credit: Zing
The artist who created this artwork has had several exhibitions in Thailand. 
"Wonderland" is one of the themes of the museum of more than 4,000 square meters. 
Another cool optical illusion 
Young visitors do not miss any photo opportunities here. 
Another piece in the "Wonderland" area 
These visitors said the paintings here are even better than those in a similar exhibition they have visited in Bangkok. 
A man poses with bears. 
 Another with a dinosaur.
The “Vietnam” area has a painting of eight meters tall featuring a woman in the country’s traditional dress “ao dai.” 
A woman poses with a giant cat. 
A girl sits joyfully in a candy house. 
The museum is located at 2-4 Road 9, Him Lam Residential Area, Tan Hung Thuan Ward, District 7.
Tickets are VND260,000 (US$11.62) on weekdays and VND300,000 ($13.41) on weekends. Prices for children are VND220,000-260,000.
Free entrance for kids below 90 centimeters. 

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