Play was newly launched as dedicated place to encourage children to learn through play. Masak Masak is an ongoing exhibition (until 3 Aug 2014) held in conjunction with children's season, with childhood memories as its theme.
|Carton play area|
The most interesting exhibition to me was this exhibition of paper arts, made inside toilet paper roll. Various themes could be seen through the holes. How creative!
|Looking through the holes|
Dragon-shaped bouncy castle and small slide for toddlers set up in the lawn were on high demand. The museum did a good job in placing attendants in each and every exhibitions. They provided guidance and controlled the crowd. It's especially important in the playground, in which it can get overcrowded easily.
|Playground at the lawn|
I also spent some time browsing through the photo exhibitions: Genesis and We: Defining Stories.
We spent almost the whole day in the museum. It's a great way to spend the day :)