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Museum Of Illusions Kuala Lumpur    

  Level 1, Ansa Hotel Kuala Lumpur, ( Between Fahrenheit 88 and Lot 10 Mall, 101, Jln Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur | Visit Website | |   017-228 2890
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It is a fascinating world of illusions! Meseum of Illussions KL lets you engage in over 80 astonishing and mind-bending exhibits that will leave you puzzled and impressed at the same time!

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What to Expect?

Located in the heart of KL city within the Bukit Bintang area, Museum of Illusions (MOI) Kuala Lumpur re-opened its door in June 2022 after the pandemic closure, featuring a new layout and more unique exhibits. It is a must-visit attraction when you are in the vicinity.

The family-friendly museum offers over 70 exhibits and illusionary and interactive rooms. On top of that, there’s about 40 different dilemma games for you to solve. It is a one-of-a-kind ‘edutainment’ destination that’s all about optical illusions. Guests of all ages will laugh and have fun, but they’ll also learn a thing or two about illusions, vision, and perception.

The establishment is located within Ansa Hotel, which is a mere 4-minute walk away from KL Pavilion.

The key draw factor of the museum is that they don't just have those 'standard' illusuion setup, there are some really unique attractions that were well designed:

The Chair Illusion

It just doesn’t look right, does it? It is unbelievable how the perceived size of a person depends on the objects surrounding it. Explore the laws of perception and play with different roles and sizes by swapping places on the chair!

Ames room

In this room, walking back and forth either grows or shrinks right before your eyes. What seems like an ordinary room is in fact a masterly distorted one that plays a trick with our perception of depth!

Anti-gravity Room

Lean like Michael Jackson, effortlessly? Sure, only in this room! This room will make you question the laws of physics, and you might have hard time walking through it in balance!

Swap Nose Mirror

This trippy mirror has you standing on one side and another person on another, and have your mouth and nose swapped with each other. Works better than a snapchat filter and guarantees a great laughter!

Reversed Room

Is it upside down? No it isn’t, or is it really though? This amazing room is a great opportunity to take some craziest photos to show off to you friends – your imagination is the limit!

Infinity Room

One of the MOST impressive exhibits! You walk in to be greeted by another 20 of your own self! Mirrors at full height are installed all around, creating an optical illusion of an infinite space. It’s almost like a movie set - you could take some most awesome photos in this room!

The Vortex tunnel

Step into our Vortex tunnel and experience the unimaginable! This amazing illusion will confuse your brain and make you feel you’re losing ground! Unique in this part of the world, the Vortex tunnel will make walking on a completely stabile and flat surface really difficult. Give it a try!

Head on the Platter

Have you always wanted somebody’s head on a tray? Well, your wish is about to come true! Experience the illusion of a hidden body. And don’t worry – nobody involved will get hurt.


Another impressive exhibit! You can kaleidoscope yourself and create a wonderful image of sparkly sight worthy of your Facebook avatar!

Various Optical Illusions

There are also bewildering images and holograms that play tricks on your mind and make you see things differently. These visual illusions are just a reminder that our senses are imperfect and our perception of the world is often distorted.

Smart Playtoom

The Museum has a Playroom where visitors of all ages can play, compete and learn. It is equipped with Dilemma Games, wooden puzzles and brain teasers, which stimulate cognitive abilities and make this Playroom a true fitness center for your brain.

Test your mind with impossible knots, tricks and mathematical games – there is so much you can learn and explore!

Gift Shop

Lastly, do not forget to drop by their Smart Shop. Here you can find some puzzles and dilemma games that’re up for sales – including wooden puzzles, educational toys for your youngsters, 3D lighting and the usual merchandise like T-shirts, pencils or gift cards and gift tickets.

There are also helpful and friendly staffs throughout the museum who knows the best angle to take photo and would help you with taking one.

The museum is open daily from 10am to 10pm. Ticket can be purchased using the Klook link above and below.

The next time you plan for a trip to KL city center, make sure to drop by and explore the world of illusions and experience the impossible with your friends and family!

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 Address:   Level 1, Ansa Hotel Kuala Lumpur, ( Between Fahrenheit 88 and Lot 10 Mall, 101, Jln Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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Everyday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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  Reviews 4.5   (721)
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    Samira Somoebwana

    3 weeks ago

    It's interesting although not much to see. It's smaller than expected, totally not worth the fee unless it's a one time visit. It was also very humid, I hope they fix this.

    The staff was very friendly and helpful.

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    Megan Stewart

    4 weeks ago

    Look for the Starbucks patio, go up the escalator to the 1st floor. Museum of Illusions is a fun place to go with friends. I was there for 1-1.5 hours. The main thing to do is take pictures so it would not be a great place alone. There is an infinity room, a swirling tunnel, and a tilted room. Students save RM 5 on admission. You can buy tickets on Klook or at the counter when you arrive. Not crowded.

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    Yan Yin Lim

    a month ago

    Turned out to be some good fun. Friendly staff. Enjoyed some of the more unique illusions. The most popular illusions also felt the most gimmicky (but most people seemed to enjoy it). Personally loved the puzzles/brain teasers the most and it was the best part of the Museum for me. Wouldn’t have enjoyed the visit without the puzzles. Worth a visit to pass the time if any of the components sound interesting to you.

    Side note, ventilation needs to be improved as many people are allowed in at once. Felt stuffy in many parts.

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    Jeffrey Lee

    a month ago

    Cool place to visit in Ansa Hotel Bukit Bintang. I personally like the illusion tunnel. You will feel dizzy in the beginning as you enter the tunnel. Just squat down to take a rest and it will be fine after few seconds.

  My kid loves this place, rate it!