We are not museum people but decided to give it a try after locals suggested we visit. We really enjoyed it, not only for the amazing kites but we learned so much. We watched a video from the island of Bali where they capture live bats with kites and they were big bats! Parents were teaching their kids how to catch them. The wing span of the bats was about 2 feet. We also watched a video on how they used kites for artillery practice to shoot down enemy planes during World War II. The kite displays were very well done. One kite was 70 feet long and there were kites from different countries particularly southeast Asia. There was even one shaped liked a horse (3 dimensional).
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