Hong Kong Science Museum
Hong Kong Science Museum Reviews
Science Museum Jul 13, 2011
Besides of the Museum of History, Hong Kong is famous for it's science Museum. The Museum is divided into 4 floors (Ground, 1st-3rd)
The Ground floor is dedicated to the exhibitions such as motion, light, sound, life sciences (my favourite) , mathematics and environment.
Gonna talk more about life sciences, The Museum really brought up lots of new information not just in biology, but also in medical field as well. Of course it's something simple for adults, but won't it be kinda interesting for your kids to learn about "how long the intestines are?"
It's not about the "reading". You get to test yourself how long your intestines are, by pulling a rope and measuring it yourself. Those who love physics should check out the "light & motion" part. The good part is there's always explanation for everything you see there.
There are Games for those of you who love to challenge yourself. For example, making a 8 sided (equal) triangles using 6 pencils and so on.
1st floor is dedicated to electricity & magnets. 2nd floor to telecommunication & transportation and 3rd floor to energy efficiency centre.
As I've said in my Museum of History review, museums are free on Wednesdays!
Part of the Summer 2011 travel blog
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