Hong Kong's first 3D museum opens

Hong Kong's first 3D museum offers visitors a chance to see the story of Hong Kong through a unique medium while inviting them to add their own elements to its history.

The 10,000 sqft museum, which opened earlier this month, houses more than 70 original exhibitions categorised in different zones.

These include paintings based on Hong Kong’s iconic scenery, from Victoria Harbour and the Bank of China Tower, to nostalgic landscapes depicting street hawkers, Queen’s Pier in Central that was demolished in 1998 and the former Kai Tak Airport.

The museum is located in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong. 

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