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5 Spots at Trick Eye Museum

October 20, 2019

This cool museum will not bore you! This is why this tricky 4D world is in the list of many tourists’ list.

All installation and optical illustration will seem so real that each painting would look like they are going to jump out of the canvas! Every painting on the ceiling, floor and walls will make you look like you’re part of the painting. You might not be Mona Lisa, but you can get the chance of becoming a subject of various painting and installations. This is why you will never find a “Do not touch” sign as you are free to touch anything here and interact with all the available exhibitions. Oh! You can also use your phone to take real life looking pictures so be sure to snap hundreds of them!

All the exhibitions here were drawn by Korean artists from South Korea (the origin of this museum). The artists will come to Singapore just to paint the exhibition!

Have you added Trick Eye Museum to your bucket list? Add it to your “must visit museum” category in Singapore. We strongly suggest bringing your little loved ones here because they will definitely have a blast. There are many tricks in this museum that can cultivate imagination and prevent you from being bored (we are talking about Augmented Reality). The following is a list of 5 places you need to check out at Trick Eye Museum.

Baby Sculpture

The moment you enter Trick Eye Museum, you will see the biggest statue in the room which is no other than the Baby Sculpture! It may seem scary at first due to its size, but we can promise you that this baby is very friendly and allows you to take as many pictures as possible.

Pose on top of its back or inside the cage that I placed near the baby with your friends or alone.

Snow Globe

Have you ever wandered what it would feel like to be inside a snow globe? Well let’s make that dream come true by taking a picture inside a snow globe at Trick Eye Museum! In this globe, you will find one of the most beautiful architecture building drawing: Taj Mahal.

In its Augmented Reality (AR), you will see real snow on your phone screen and fireworks around the globe so have fun on your party at Taj Mahal!

Merlion Exhibition

5 Spots at Trick Eye Museum

Hopping on the Merlion statue at Merlion Park may get you into trouble but you can do that without worrying being caught at Trick Eye Museum. Take a picture using XR Museum (AR app from this museum) and you can magically turn the Merlion alive! This is perfect for those who has not gotten the chance to visit Merlion Park!

Hidden Animals in Safari

 

They are not ghosts but you just can’t see them with naked eyes. All the animals here (elephant, tiger, penguin, fox and horse) are only visible through XR Museum app so be sure to download them before coming here!

Rainbow Room

5 Spots at Trick Eye Museum

This room can only be seen at Trick Eye Museum Singapore (as well as Taj Mahal globe and Merlion). Just as how the name describes it, this room is full of colours and gigantic sweets. All of the colours here are daring so be bold with your pose to get insta-worthy photos.

5 Spots at Trick Eye Museum

Visit: Trick Eye Museum Singapore

Location: Waterfront at Resorts World Sentosa

Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43/44 Singapore 098138 (beside Malaysian Food Street)

How to get there: Take the MRT and align at HarbourFront Station and take Exit E towards VivoCity and go up to level 3 to use the Sentosa Express. Stop at Resorts World Station.

Operating hours: Monday-Sunday from 10 A.M. – 9 P.M. (last administration is at 8 P.M.)

Ticket fares: S$25 (adult); S$20 (children from 4-12 years old and elderly from 60 and above)

Promotion Alert!

Purchase your ticket here and use the code “TEMSGB25” to get a 25% discount!

**This article is in partnership with Trick Eye Museum

Are you someone who always wants to be in the know, especially about Singapore? Read SGB digital magazine now by clicking here!

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This cool museum will not bore you! This is why this tricky 4D world is in the list of many tourists’ list.

All installation and optical illustration will seem so real that each painting would look like they are going to jump out of the canvas! Every painting on the ceiling, floor and walls will make you look like you’re part of the painting. You might not be Mona Lisa, but you can get the chance of becoming a subject of various painting and installations. This is why you will never find a “Do not touch” sign as you are free to touch anything here and interact with all the available exhibitions. Oh! You can also use your phone to take real life looking pictures so be sure to snap hundreds of them!

All the exhibitions here were drawn by Korean artists from South Korea (the origin of this museum). The artists will come to Singapore just to paint the exhibition!

Have you added Trick Eye Museum to your bucket list? Add it to your “must visit museum” category in Singapore. We strongly suggest bringing your little loved ones here because they will definitely have a blast. There are many tricks in this museum that can cultivate imagination and prevent you from being bored (we are talking about Augmented Reality). The following is a list of 5 places you need to check out at Trick Eye Museum.

Baby Sculpture

The moment you enter Trick Eye Museum, you will see the biggest statue in the room which is no other than the Baby Sculpture! It may seem scary at first due to its size, but we can promise you that this baby is very friendly and allows you to take as many pictures as possible.

Pose on top of its back or inside the cage that I placed near the baby with your friends or alone.

Snow Globe

Have you ever wandered what it would feel like to be inside a snow globe? Well let’s make that dream come true by taking a picture inside a snow globe at Trick Eye Museum! In this globe, you will find one of the most beautiful architecture building drawing: Taj Mahal.

In its Augmented Reality (AR), you will see real snow on your phone screen and fireworks around the globe so have fun on your party at Taj Mahal!

Merlion Exhibition

5 Spots at Trick Eye Museum

Hopping on the Merlion statue at Merlion Park may get you into trouble but you can do that without worrying being caught at Trick Eye Museum. Take a picture using XR Museum (AR app from this museum) and you can magically turn the Merlion alive! This is perfect for those who has not gotten the chance to visit Merlion Park!

Hidden Animals in Safari

 

They are not ghosts but you just can’t see them with naked eyes. All the animals here (elephant, tiger, penguin, fox and horse) are only visible through XR Museum app so be sure to download them before coming here!

Rainbow Room

5 Spots at Trick Eye Museum

This room can only be seen at Trick Eye Museum Singapore (as well as Taj Mahal globe and Merlion). Just as how the name describes it, this room is full of colours and gigantic sweets. All of the colours here are daring so be bold with your pose to get insta-worthy photos.

5 Spots at Trick Eye Museum

Visit: Trick Eye Museum Singapore

Location: Waterfront at Resorts World Sentosa

Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43/44 Singapore 098138 (beside Malaysian Food Street)

How to get there: Take the MRT and align at HarbourFront Station and take Exit E towards VivoCity and go up to level 3 to use the Sentosa Express. Stop at Resorts World Station.

Operating hours: Monday-Sunday from 10 A.M. – 9 P.M. (last administration is at 8 P.M.)

Ticket fares: S$25 (adult); S$20 (children from 4-12 years old and elderly from 60 and above)

Promotion Alert!

Purchase your ticket here and use the code “TEMSGB25” to get a 25% discount!

**This article is in partnership with Trick Eye Museum

Are you someone who always wants to be in the know, especially about Singapore? Read SGB digital magazine now by clicking here!

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