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    3D Trick Art Museum, Seri Fantasy World in Manila Ocean Park

    Was able to buy several coupons for this new attraction inside Manila Ocean Park driven by his curiosity with the 3D art "museum" where you can take wacky pictures with classic art pieces on display. Here's a nice "photo-op" place inside a small room with 3D art works painted by Korean artists.

    Seri Fantasy World, Manila Ocean Park

    Seri Fantasy World is theme park inside Manila Ocean Park

    (photos taken using iPhone 4s, it's quite dark inside for photography, try using a flash as the place has white ceiling where you can bounce flash :)

    the entrance of Seri Fantasy World (Seriland) on the left wing of Manila Ocean Park (after the escalator)

    the floor of the "3D art museum" is an art by itself. can be appreciated from an angle just after entering the place

    star wars darth vader Help Luke Skywalker fight Darth Vader with your own light saber

    3d art tigerthe large tiger at a corner is a good spot for family portrait

    Tutubi waited for this cute toddler to be on position to look as if he's about to be snatched by the giant Philippine Eagle. You can also try posing as a kung fu master with a cobra hands a la "Snake on the Eagle's Shadow" movie :)

    Other artworks on display:
    Floor is a river fed by a waterfalls with two wooden bridges
    Manila City Hall
    Chiaroscuro Amorsolo-like painting of a damsel taking a self-portrait with a mobile phone
    Tumbang Preso (a native Filipino street game using flip-flops and tin can)
    Fishermen with fishes off the picture and fishing net
    farmer with carabao-pulled cart
    Philippine Eagle
    ET (the movie as in "ET phone home")
    Forest Gump (with sitted on his bench waiting for the bus)
    Star Wars (with Darth Vader and his light saber)
    Mona Lisa (you can tear it off and the funny tickle finger)

    Seri Fantasy World Entrance Fee: PhP150.00 (admission fee for each attraction)
    You can bring cameras, even DSLR, and video cameras as it's really designed to be used for photo-sharing. Don't bother going there if you don't have a camera.

    Other attractions of Seri Fantasy World:
    3D Mirror Maze: P150
    3D Theater (with several schedules every hour, one is a short film of dinosaurs)

    Seri Fantasy World is open everyday, Monday - Friday 10am to 7pm and Saturday - Sunday 10am to 8pm.

    please contact Seri Fantasy World directly via their official website or published telephone contact numbers for inquiries, promos, vouchers, reservations, group tours, field trips et al

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    How to get to Manila City Hall

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:33 PM,


    At Sep 13, 2012, 10:06:00 AM, Blogger Oman said...

    Ang ganda. I haven't been there and my friends keep prodding me to go. These arts are just one more reason I should go.

    At Sep 17, 2012, 7:52:00 PM, Anonymous Simon Lee said...

    I think the museum is newly open recently? I could not see it when i visited the park Dec last year:)

    Simon Lee

    At Oct 9, 2012, 10:00:00 AM, Blogger Angelie Clarkson said...

    it is so nice

    At Dec 21, 2012, 4:48:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I haven't been there before but i really want to go there, I saw this 3D Trick museum on Kris TV, after that day we went there at the Ocean Park but when we get there we asked the Guard where the Trick Museum is and he just answered He don't know and that Museum is not existing there.. Im just so sad because we got lost because of that wrong info.


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