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Amazing Art World, The Largest 3D Museum In The World. Img: Randy Chandra

3D museums have been a growing trend in tourism. Many big cities in the world have it, such as the Trick Eye Museum in Singapore. A 3D museum exhibits 3D arts, 2D images which give optical illusion when viewed from a certain angle. Amazing Art World Bandung tries to differentiate itself with its scale.

Covering an area of 4,5 hectares, The Amazing Art World claims to be the largest 3D museum in the world. Amazing Art World is a part of a Korean company’s 3D museum franchise. After two consecutive success in Hainan, China, and in the Philippines. The company decides to build one in Bandung, Indonesia.

Twenty artists took part in creating the arts in this museum. Some of them are talented painters from no other than Bandung’s own artist hub, Braga Street. Some other were painters brought over from Korea. There are 6 gallery and 13 zones.

Paintings in 3D museum
The entire painting is the result of collaboration both of local and foreign artist. Img: Atha Putriana

The arts cover various themes, from fantasy to horror. In total, there are 150 photo spots for visitors to take pictures with. It’s easy to spend hours in this 2-hectare museum building.

The Amazing Art World Main Hall

The great pyramid at the main hall is the first wonder visitors will see. Just as soon as stepping into the museum. The largest zone Amazing Art World, the main hall exhibits gigantic artworks. That span from the floor to the ceiling. Snap the first picture in front of the pharaohs, or under the tall painting of a waterfall. Do not linger for too long, because there are still other zones to explore.

The Animal Zone

The animal zone is the zoo of Amazing Art World. It also comes with an exciting twist – it has dinosaurs, like no other zoo in the world. The interior of the dinosaurs zone is designed in such a way that it resembles the prehistoric environment closely. It makes the experience here nothing but immersive.

Rome Italian Zone
The Rome Italian Zone, all about the romantic Rome City is here. Img: Atha Putriana

Get underwater in the aqua zone. Swim with shark or whales under the 3D ocean. Kraken is not real. But that doesn’t stop Amazing Art World from putting this mythical creature in the Aqua Zone. Stand on the boat and fight this giant octopus, like in a pirate story.

Horror Zone

Ghosts at Amazing Art World’s horror zone is nothing to be scared of. The horror paintings were created artfully. Making anyone stop and admire instead of run away frightened. The ghosts make a fun photo partner too, despite their terrifying appearances. Take pictures with mummies and zombies –  they don’t bite.

Love zone

Get a lovey-dovey moment at Love Zone. Snap pictures in front of a large sign of love. Or at the bottom of the stairs of a romantic castle. Come alone? No worries, there are 3D beautiful men and women who are willing to be visitors’ date for the day. Do not forget to take a picture with them. The date may end soon, but the memory is forever.

painting zone
The remake of classic painting in 3D. Img: Aisah Darusalam

Culture Zone

One of the Amazing Art Museum’s mission is to introduce various culture through 3D art. In one art, prepare to be transported to the scenic canal of Venice, Italy. Where visitors can pose rowing a boat. The museum also features local culture elements, such as Jakarta’s National Museum Monas. Here visitors can take a picture with the golden fire of Monas.

The Paintings Room

In the paintings room, Amazing Art World repackages classic paintings with a 3D touch. Characters in the painting wandering beyond the painting’s frame. The 3D work also invites tourists to be the character in one. There’s a painting about a coronation of a king. But the throne is empty. Claim that throne and be the king, or queen, for the day.

Fairytales World

Welcome to the land of fairies, giants, and princesses. In the Fantasy Zone, sit on a flower and pretend to be a fairy in a magical forest. Winter Zone has ice castles, snowmen, and overall vibe like in the movie Frozen. Lastly, have an adventure with the scary giant at Daily Zone.

restaurant
Amazing art world restaurant & cafe. Img: Helianto Lie

Amazing Art World Opening Hours

The 3d museum opens daily from 9 AM to 8 PM. Parking is free, no additional fee is required. Visit early in the morning to avoid long queue when taking photos. Ticket counter will close at 7 pm.

Amazing Art World Bandung Opening Hours
Everyday09:00 – 20:00

Nearby: Farmhouse Lembang, culinary experience, Petting Zoo & Picturesque Landscape.

The Amazing Art World Entrance Fee

A visit to Amazing Art Words requires tourists to pay IDR 55,000 for a weekday visit. On weekend, the ticket price is IDR 75,000. Children below 4 years old are free.

The Amazing Art World Entrance Fee
WeekdayRp55.000
WeekendRp75.000

See: Punclut Ciumbuleuit, Bandung culinary Spot with Bandung city view.

Facilities

The ample parking space is able to accommodate hundreds of vehicles. The toilets are well kept and clean. There’s also a locker room to store belongings. Amazing Art World Bandung has a restaurant, a cafe, and a souvenir shop. A disability ramp is available for people in wheelchairs.

How To Get To Amazing Art World Bandung

Amazing Art World is a 30 minutes car ride from Bandung downtown. There is a public transport option to get there. From Bandung Railway Station, take public van Ledeng-Leuwipanjang and stop at Ledeng Terminal. From Ledeng Terminal, walk for 5 minutes to Amazing Art World or use a motorcycle taxi.

Depart from Bandung Airport, use a motorcycle taxi to the nearest van shelter. Then hail a Ciroyom-Lembang van and stop at Ledeng Terminal. From any other points in Bandung, just take the van heading to Lembang.

The fare for the van starts from IDR 5000 per trip, depending on the distance. Another option is using a taxi, which, although more expensive, is faster and more convenient.

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