01 January, 2016

Malacca 5D Art 魔幻立体画世界 @ Lorong Bukit Cina, Melaka

Bored of 3D trick art? No worries, it's 5D now!

The latest 5D trick arts feature painting on plain surfaces that magically appear to be 5-dimensional through the use of optical illusion. Sounds cool? Malacca 5D Art Studio is finally open at Lorong Bukit Cina, beside the famous Capitol Satay Celup restaurant. And I was there to check it out! 

Before heading to Malacca, we had a quick breakfast in Hornbill Kitchen at Fraser's Business Park. Their signature Thai Kuey Teow and Seafood Laksa are highly recommended for big eaters!

Then we packed some handmade Mushroom Buns (蘑菇饱) from Xiao Er Ge to munch in the bus during our journey. Their buns are really soft and well-stuffed with creamy filling. If you love it, you can find their stall at Taman Connaught night market on Wednesdays. 

Arriving at 5D Art Museum, the outlet is easily noticeable as the whole block is painted red with 5D logo. In this 2-storey outlet, you can find more than 40 optical illusion paintings and installations over 5 different themed zones.

The tricky paintings and sculptures are absolutely mind-blowing. I really wonder how the international artist, Sunny Goh (吴丰光, 魔幻立体画世界董事兼国际名画博士) did this! 

It is totally a fun thing to do with your friends when you can see and pose as creatively as you can.
Some art pieces can fit up to 4 persons in a picture, all up to your creativity!

Killing Meghan with my gigantic saw :P

Actually, do you know the difference between 3D and 5D?

For 3D, it requires some props so that the picture appears 3D. But 5D is absolutely different. With just a 2D painting (with or without props), it can create different "illusions" and effects that may surprise you when the photo is taken using different angles.

So...you should try out different angles and your pictures may appear differently!

Don't come out ah, Mr. Hulk!

Hi vintage locomotive, why are you so heavy?!

Hahaha...having cold feet already?

Seriously, I can easily spend hours and hours posing with the 5D arts which look SO real and alive!

The 5D Art museum is open for all ages, so feel free to bring your kids, friends and family along to strike the best pose at all the illustrations there. It definitely promises a series of excitements and unforgettable experience throughout the visit. 

If you're feeling hungry, this is a famous local food shop, 25 LBC Twenty Five, located just few doors away from the 5D Art Museum. This is my first time trying the spicy sweet Satay Celup Noodle! The peanut gravy tastes really good especially when served hot. The Nyonya Rojak is equally yummy too.

It is followed by food hunting along Jonker Street including Durian Cendol from San Shu Gong, before heading back to KL for a sumptuous seafood dinner at Soft Shell Crab Specialist Restaurant in Seri Kembangan, which I have blogged HERE (Click to read my food review!)

1. The overall 3D art experience is amazing; The staff there were friendly and even spent time teaching us how to pose well.
2. Price wise, I think the ticket is reasonable to buy you an unique experience and memorable times with your loved ones 
3. Reason to visit: Unlimited photo opportunity with the 5D art illustrations

Malacca 5D Art Studio
39, Lorong Bukit Cina,
(Next to Capitol Satay Celup)
75100 Melaka.
Contact: 013-387 5555 / 017-992 6665 / 016-207 1010
Operating Hours: 9am - 10pm daily
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