Published on : Friday, February 10, 2017
The Oriental Village’s 3D Art Langkawi Museum has a new addition to its list of tourist attractions. It is a 556-square metre, three-dimensional (3D) laser projection mapping, the largest of its kind in Malaysia.
The state-of-the art show which utilises creative technology display has been recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) as a new achievement.
“This will definitely be another addition to the unique products in Langkawi to attract more tourists,” said Langkawi Development Authority (LADA) chief executive officer, Azizan Noordin after the product launch, yesterday.
In addition, he said, the museum was also recognised by MBR yesterday for having the biggest 3D mural in the country with a size of 1,200.73 square metres.
“These scenes will give tourists the feeling of being in places like the Niagara Falls, ancient Egypt, the fantasy world and during the Roman empire age, said Azizan.
LADA’s subsidiary, Panorama Langkawi Sdn Bhd, had formed a partnership with a private company which had invested about RM3.5 million to set up the laser projection equipment which could display various scenes from around the world.