[Note: This is a bilingual blog post written in English and Chinese.]
Who says that there is nothing fun to do in Singapore? One thing I know is that I had plenty of fun at Trick Eye Museum in Sentosa last Friday.
Trick Eye is short for ‘Trick of the eye’. It refers to an art technique that turns 2D paintings into 3D images through the use of optical illusions. With that, 2D paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings appear to pop out of the surface and come to life.
I attended the event together with my sister, Alicia who used to be an Art Elective Programme (AEP) student. You can imagine how thrilled she was taking photos with these art pieces she once studied in school.
之前到Alive Museum的时候，姐姐原本要跟着一起去，但是最终没有出席。这一次，姐姐终于体验了3D艺术馆了。很多作品是她在学生时期读过的噢 （因为她是美术特选课程的学生）， 难怪她那么兴奋。:)
【World of Masterpieces 名画世界】
This is the first area that you would be exploring when you enter Trick Eye Museum. The exhibits here allow you to become part of the masterpieces.
I love elephants! If you are wondering how I manage to climb so high, you’ve got to be there to unravel the mystery. ^^
【Star of Circus 马戏团之星】
Star of Circus = Clown? Oh well, fine.
Ready, get set, GO! Whizzed off like a human cannonball.
The magician’s sexy *ahem* assistant.
【Dreams of Fairy Tale 童话梦国】
As the name suggests, the next few photos are filled with white fluffy clouds. If only I could fly up to the moon and feel the clouds. ❤
While sis and I were making our way to this “Love in Winter” zone, I was distracted by this random guy who was taking photos and he turned out to be one of the exhibits – thanks, seriously. I was wondering why he doesn’t move at all.
And, I decided to join him – feels like a paparazzi. 🙂
【Adventure Discovery 惊险奇程】
I like how Trick Eye Museum is designed. There will certainly be at least one exhibit that you like in each zone. Which means, surprises at every turn. 🙂
The Horse Racing and Merlion Boat exhibits below are specially designed for Trick Eye Museum Singapore.
My sis’ ballerina photo is really nice. Her pose and her dress work well for this picture.
Overall, we finished exploring all 100 paintings and optical illusion installations within 1 hour and 10 mins. I really love how all these art works are so spaced out such that you wouldn’t get into other people’s photos. Also, the artworks are very well-maintained so it makes the photos look prettier.
我们在1小时10分钟内看完了馆内的100件展示品。途中拍了超多照片的，也笑到很口渴。X . X
我喜欢特丽爱宽敞的空间 — 即使当天有很多部落客在场，但是不会有白目的人出现在你的照片哦。还有，这些艺术作品的“状况”都挺优的！色彩鲜艳，没有严重破损的现象。这样一来，要拍摄漂亮的照片就得心应手了！~
Other than the fact that it is located off-island in Sentosa, which means you’ve got to spend time travelling there, Trick Eye Museum will be a good place to visit with your friends and family.
Note: There’s a public holiday coming up soon! This will be a great time to have some bonding with your loved ones through these fun artworks – you don’t have to be under the sweltering sun too! ❤
Thanks to The Influencer Network (TIN) for their invitation. Totally enjoyed myself!
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Trick Eye Museum at Sentosa 【圣淘沙特丽爱3D美术馆】
Address（地址）: Waterfront @ Resorts World Sentosa, 26 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098138 （就在马来西亚美食街旁边哦）
Ticket Prices（票价）: S$25 for adults（成人票）and S$20 for children/seniors (孩童/年长者）
[Guests can purchase tickets and special Resorts World Sentosa packages onsite or online at www.trickeye.com/singapore or www.rwsentosa.com. There is a 10% discount if you get tickets online!（你可以在场购买门票或是上网订购 – 上网买票有10%折扣！)]
Opening Hours（开放时间）: Mon – Sun, 10am – 9pm
Read up more about my experience at another 3D art museum in Singapore, the Alive Museum at Suntec City over here.