The buildings were all really pretty and the displays were great too. I'd suggest not taking the audio tour as that actually wasn't too useful.
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This free museum, right next door to the Humble Gardens, is a must see. Not only are there many, many exquisite exhibits, but the interesting building was designed by IM Pei. You can tell many come just to see the building. It gets very crowded...More
The best part of this Museum is the Design and the thinking of Designer... There are Left and Right Wing of the museum but there are no signs when you enter the museum that tell you to first go into the left wing first, but...More
Chilled place during the weekdays, admission is also free which was great. There were a lot of interesting items on display and the souvenir shop was not expensive for purchasing stuff. Weekends don't work for me because of the crazy long queues that is why...More
The room so many interesting items to see lots of little rooms with displays everywhere very easy to find your way around and signage and information signs and English great place to visit
Admission is free. The architecture of the museum per se is a piece of work. Plus, there’re quite some interesting exhibits on display. But, as in every other popular tourist attraction in China, the never-ending queue and the crowd is taking a lot from the...More