The museum is fairly new and was obviously built to impress as a building rather than to be a well designed museum, 30% of the space is an admin area, 30 % is taken up by the cavernous foyer and access area, 15% is space for special exhibitions with only 25% for normal exhibition space. On my visit most of the special exhibition space was closed leaving little left to see.
Much of the museum has little flow, especially on the top floor when it seems to flit from theme to theme with little connection, there are limited descriptions in English but many have glaring errors such as a red overlaid white glass bangle described as jade.
The two highlights were the Buddhistic gallery with some scarce examples and the temporary Tibet exhibit on the ground floor but that one sadly had no English description.
As a new venture I feel it is badly thought out.More