World-Renowned Museum of Illusions Debuts in Southeast Asia, Centred in the Heart of Kuala Lumpur as its 14th Edutainment Facility

Published by Idan Ma'at @ 26/12/2018

YBhg. Datuk Rashidi Hasbullah, Secretary General of the Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture (MOTAC) recently officiated the Grand Opening of the Museum of Illusions, Kuala Lumpur, being the 14th Edutainment Facility worldwide, and its first-ever in the Southeast Asia. This successful and popular world-renowned edutainment museum brand, which originated from Zagreb, Croatia in 2015 has also successfully opened museums in Athens, Belgrade, Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Kansas City, Ljubljana, Muscat, New York, Toronto, Vienna, Zadar and Zagreb. The Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Malaysia, H.E. Kreso Glavac, and the Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman H.E. AL-Abbas A Harthi were also present to grace and celebrate the partnership and opening of the Musuem of Illusions in Kuala Lumpur.

YBhg. Datuk Rashidi Hasbullah, Secretary General of the Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture (MOTAC) officiated the Grand Opening of the Museum of Illusions, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

In his speech, Rashidi mentioned that travel and tourism have a profound impact on many business segments. It is a key to global and our national economy and it is undergoing constantly rapid changes meeting the demands of various influencing decision makers. As a result, the Museum of Illusions has made the global concept of a museum a new and attractive Instagram-worthy place, giving firsthand experience to the visitors by making it an interactive, entertaining, and educational playhouse for families and friends. The Museum of Illusions underlines the child in us and claims "Don't grow up - It's a trap!"

Museum of Illusions offers interactive, immersive and fun experience for children, parents, couples, grandmothers and grandfathers – a perfect, unusual and exciting place for all generations. Amusing and awesome tricks will teach you about vision, perception, the human brain and science so it will be easier to perceive why your eyes see things which your brain cannot understand.

Situated in Ansa Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, the Museum of Illusions is now open in Kuala Lumpur, providing its state-oft-the-art attractions for children, students, tourists, lifestyle enthusiasts and families with yet another venue for education and lesiure. The Museum of Illusions is fast expanding worldwide, and will be available soon in Amsterdam, Bruxells, Dallas, Doha, Riyadh, Rome, Stuttgart and Tbilisi.