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This Interactive Art Museum is a state-of-the-art museum that allows its visitor to actively enjoy the beauty of many art objects within the museum. I AM Interactive Art Museum will bring you closer to art through the use of optical illusions...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 19:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Jl. Raya Puputan Renon | Monumen Bajra Sandhi, Lapangan Renon, Denpasar 80234, Indonesia
I just went there to spend my time before going for sunset dinner. I chose for only upside down house. Photo setting are not many and not so nice as I expected.
The only good thing is the staffs help you take photos.
My two young boys (age 6 & 9) and I had a fantastic time at IAM Bali. It was something different and unique for the younger ones to enjoy in Bali.
The staff were extremely friendly and for the first section of the museum we...More
it is a new 3d museum in Bali, so that it is better than any other similar museums. there are many tricky pictures, and some other spots are paintings by Bali artists. you are not allowed to wear shoes, and if you don't bring socks,...More
It is interesting to visit I am Bali..staff are very helpful always around you to help you explain how to pose and take picture. This place is 3D background wall where you can take picture like real. I recommand a visit while in Bali.
This new attraction is a little hard to find as it is part of the "Bajra Sandhi Monument" complex, once you know this almost any taxi or driver can take you to it. You drive pass it on the way from Sanur to Denpasar but...More
I think the only two things you can do here are taking pictures and having massimo ice cream.
The place combines 3D and upside down museum.
It's fun but you cannot expect more than that. Our 4 yo and 8 yo managed to enjoy it...More
The museum advertising stated "interactive " and we figured something like a "science museum" but it's just pictures with 3D effects. Maybe nice for little kids but my teenage son wanted to leave immediately. It is also the most expensive place we have been on...More