This is one of those moments my youngest daughter is bigger then me... hehehe...
Ok.. When I was in Singapore for one day, my little girl and I headed to Resort World Sentosa to check out the Trick Eye Museum.
Entrance to the Trick Eye Museum was definitely not cheap as it cost $25 (Singapore Dollars) for an adult and $20 (Singapore Dollars) for a kid or even senior citizen.
The Museum is located between the USS and the SEA Aquarium. You need to walk towards the back a little from the block where you see Slappy Cakes , the Malaysian Food Street and Insadong Korea Town, which is a Korean market-place concept offering a variety of authentic Korean F&B specialties, street food and hand made Korean trinkets, cosmetics and accessories.
It is accessible from the Sentosa Boardwalk.
It is opened from 10am to 9pm from Mondays to Sundays.
It claims to be the very first 3D museum in Singapore but there is also a similar Alive Museum in Singapore which looks quite similar in many aspects.
|The Trickeye Museum is an art gallery with paintings created using 'trompe l'oeil' techniques that give each 2D art piece the illusion of being in 3D. Instead of merely viewing paintings (as in a typical art gallery) visitors can interact with the paintings, posing themselves just right so that they look as if they are part of the original work. To ensure that even its busiest patrons have time to enjoy the fun, the museum stays open each day until 9PM, making it a popular date and hang-out place.|
There are 6 sections which you are most welcomed to visit...
* The World of Masterpieces
* Safari Kingdom
*Star of Circus
*Dreams of Fairytale
*Love in Winter
as you can see on this blog, only thing is that some of the photos here are a little scattered haphazardly as I had download some via my mobile and others from the picture file on my laptop...
Nevertheless, enjoy my pictures and let them do their own story telling....
Visitors to the Trick Eye Museum will not find signs such as "Don't Touch" or "No Flash", you are definitely encouraged to touch and take as many photos as you want with the display works.
Not all the art are here... just about perhaps 75% of it.... so you have to go visit, take your own pictures and make your own memories... I know my little one and I had a whale of a time there.... It was definitely fun !!!
For more info, check out : www.trickeye.com/singapore
Tel: 012 3386033