Hello Sahabat Jajan!! Holiday is coming soon!! Where do you spend your holiday usually?? I’m sure that most of you already been and often go to Singapore rite? Then what do you do when you go to Singapore besides eating and shopping? Well AnakJajan want to recommend you a place with unique experience, Trick Eye Museum Singapore.
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Trick Eye Museum is an unusual museum with optical illusion art that can turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional image originated from Korea. Trick Eye Museum has three museums in Korea, Seoul, Busan and Jeju and they have opened the museum overseas in Hong Kong, China and Singapore. This time, AnakJajan will be giving you a quick tour at Trick Eye Museum Singapore.
Trick Eye Museum at Singapore has been opened since 8 June 2014 last year, it is located inside Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island near to Universal Studio and Malaysian Food Street.
You can purchase the ticket via online at http://trickeye.com/singapore/ or via ticketing booth located in front of museum. The admission fee is SGD 25 for adult or SGD 20 for children and senior. Specially for Sahabat Jajan, we have special 20% Discount Code for you simply by entering code: ‘ANAKJAJAN’ for 20% discount before cart out via online https://bookingtrickeye.com/index.php/en/ or mention the code to the crew when you buy the ticket on-site ticket booth.
Basically there are six zones in Trick Eye Museum Singapore: World of Masterpieces, Safari Kingdom, Star of Circus, Dreams of Fairy Tale, Love in Winter and Adventure Discovery. When you enter the museum, you will be greeted by many multi-dimensional sculptures specially designed for Trick Eye Museum Singapore such as a giant baby sculpture, the biggest sculpture Trick Eye Museum has ever created.
Some paintings combine sculpture and additional layers to create interesting effects just like picture below that made me look like sitting on an elephant’s trunk.
Each painting has its own special effect where you can see the suggested angle and pose in the example posters located next to the paintings. On the ground in front of painting you will also find suggested photo point to get the best angle of photo.
Some paintings even require you to rotate your photo to get the desired effect. For example parachute jump photo below where Mr. Jajan was required to lie down on top of the sculpture and by rotating the photo 180 degrees it will result a photo that looks like he is having parachute jump.
One of the most favorite spots would be the Ames Room where we can become a giant or a tiny dwarf from this special optical illusion room.
Your visit to Trick Eye Museum won’t be complete before you take picture with the national icon of Singapore where you can ride the Merlion Boat passing the ocean waves.
Overall, as you can see from photos above, AnakJajan had so much fun inside Trick Eye Museum Singapore. It is definitely the perfect place for unique, fun and extraordinary experience to spend the holiday where we can get countless of imaginative yet fun photos. Cannot wait to visit the other Trick Eye Museum. Let’s travel!!
Fyi, Trick Eye Museum Singapore will be having their 1st anniversary celebration event on 19 June 2015 where every visitors who visit Trick Eye Museum Singapore on 19 June 2015 will get tote bags that they can personalize at the DIY corner and get a chance to win a real gold key. All visitors will get to pick a key out of a pool of many keys and 10 lucky winners who are able to open the cage of iconic Giant Baby will bring home a real gold key worth SGD300!
Trick Eye Museum Singapore
26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43-44, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 098138
Phone: (+65) 67952370
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 21.00 (Last admission 20.00)
Adult (13 – 59 years old) SGD 25
Child (4 – 12 years old) and Senior (60 years old and above) SGD 20
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