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Look once, and then look again.

At Asia’s first Museum of Illusions, newly opened in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, what you see is not always what you get.

Boasting the largest single collection of optical illusions in all of Asia, the attraction is set to fascinate visitors of all ages to a visual and sensory experience.

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Unlike most museums, where silence is golden as to respect the exhibits, laughter and banter amongst friends and family are most welcomed at the Museum of Illusions.

With over 70 exhibits, expect to find holograms, stereograms, and optical illusions

Apart from thrilling and beguiling visitors, each of the exhibits has been designed to allow them to learn just how easily a person’s mind can be tricked.

Illusions vary from a gravity-defying slanted room to visual illusions where a person shrinks or grows before your very eyes. You can engulf yourself in a dark and disorienting vortex or sit at a table with multiple versions of yourself while playing a game or two.

There is also a gift shop that offers mind-twisting puzzles, as well as souvenirs and games suitable for all ages.

The ‘Museum of Illusions’ is located on the 1st and 2nd floor of the newly expanded zone of Ansa Hotel, 101 Jalan Bukit Bintang, in Kuala Lumpur. Doors are open daily from 9am to 11pm and entrance fees are priced at RM35 for adults and RM25 for children below 15. Special rates apply for families, large groups and school excursions.