#loudiaries - San Aabot ang P500.00 Mo? - Isla Story

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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

#loudiaries - San Aabot ang P500.00 Mo?

Metropolitan Manila, commonly known as Metro Manila or simply Manila, is the capital region of the Philippines, is the seat of government, the 2nd most populous and the most densely populated region of the country.

What is best of the best in metro manila except traffic, violence, serious human and modern lifestyle?

Come and join me to visit one of the landing sites today that indiscriminate ages that will surely suits your taste

and travel budget for everyone.

Who can truly say that you can't buy happiness of a person?

My first 3D Museum experience is when I was in Jeju Island, South Korea. But I can’t imagine that there actually such a place like that here in my country. Have you ever been to Art in Island? Have you ever had an idea how amazing is it? It was like largest 3D trick art Museum full of illusions but still plenty of fun! Located at 175 15th Ave., Brgy. Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City, 1109 Metro Manila.

Entrance Fee is FREE for children 3 feet and below also for persons celebrating their birthday. Regular admission is P500.00 but if your students, senior citizens, PWDs you will be entitled to P100.00 discount.
Operating hours is Tuesday to Sundays from 9:30am to 9:30PM.

It was founded by Yun Jae Kyoung together with a team of 18 Korean master painters who were specially flown in for the project. They all worked together and created the paintings in the museum. The museum had over 200 masterpieces, including reproduction of works of masters, animals, Egyptian ruins and others—most of them are 3D! These arts give the illusion of depth when viewed from a certain angle, and is designed to serve as a backdrop for photo opportunities.

The purpose of opening a 3D trick art museum in Manila was to acknowledge Flipinos’ love affair with taking selfies and sharing them with their loved ones on social media.

Very important reminders for those who want to visit the place to bring your own socks or bedroom slippers. If happen you forgot to bring your own socks you can buy at deposit counter at P150.00 per pair, otherwise no socks (barefoot) while on tour to protect paintings on the floor area.

Explore. Dream. Discover – Go find yourself!!


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