HONG KONG will get its first 3D museum next month. The museum will be open on 7 July at Hilton Tower (希爾頓中心), Tsim Sha Tsui East (尖東). It has a 10,000sq ft exhibition area. It will display more than 70 3D paintings.
Visitors will be able to see special effects, like appearing to be on top of the Bank of China Building (中銀大廈) or playing with pandas. The paintings are mostly of modern Hong Kong and popular memories of the city.
The museum will be open daily from 10am to 10pm. Entry will cost HK$149 for adults and HK$100 for children and those aged over 65.