exploring the Maritime Experiential Museum
One fine day, Avarielle was bored and decided to turn to her old default bored activity: lurking at maritime museums. Since that was what she liked doing when she was living in Perth, Australia. So she decided to explore the Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium. Except that the aquarium was not open yet so she just explored the museum.
(why am I writing in 3rd person?)
Since my brain is mush, this shall be a picture post.
Bao Chuan in Chinese literally means Treasure Ship.
The upper level of the museum is dedicated to the various ports Admiral Zheng He’s fleet stopped at. Each section displays the imports/exports of a port, their traditions, and culture. There are also many activity stations.
There also was various stations where people could do simple crafts.
The lower level was about maritime archeology.
Well … that’s it for this museum visit. My friends and I plan to visit again so this won’t be the last you’ll hear of this museum.
Also, if I can find the photos, I might do a photo post of the Fremantle Maritime Museum, in Perth, Australia.