[SINGAPORE] Loads of Fun with New Themed Zones and Interactive 4D Concept at Trick Eye Museum

I just returned from Singapore, and I can’t wait to share my story about all the fun that we had in Trick Eye Museum Singapore. We visited this museum last Thursday which organized by the Trick Eye Museum, Singapore itself (thank you so much!), and we really had a good time taking pictures inside the museum. Both of us can’t stop laughing at the photos that appeared afterwards on our camera, and it was so much fun! It’s why I’m here to share everything with you, to give you an idea of how cool and unique this museum, suitable for a school trip, family trip, summer vacation with friends, etc.

Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary

The Trick Eye Museum is originated from Korea started in December 2010 and already has three well-established museums in Seoul, Busan, and Jeju. The museum also has two overseas branches, one in Hong Kong and the one that I visited in Singapore which located in Sentosa Resort World Waterfront, Singapore. In case you’re wondering, Trick Eye is short for “Trick of the Eye“. It’s an interactive museum with paintings created using ‘trompe l’oeil’ techniques that give each 2D art painting the illusion of being in 3D. With this technique, no wonder if all the pictures appeared as if they pop out of the surface and came to life. And of course, here in the museum, all visitors can freely touch, take photos, and interact with the arts. It was really fun! Posing with the arts, and we also tried so many different expressions to each different arts in the museum! Ha-ha..

Press Play Button on below video to see the whole museum and Interactive 4D Concept from our YouTube Channel:

Centaur Chariot - Starry Night - Performers at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Paint Masterpiece at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Art of Love - Shall We Dance - Giant Baby at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Sunday Afternoon on the Island at Trick Eye Museum by Myfunfoodiary

So, Trick Eye Museum Singapore, which just celebrated its first anniversary on 19 June 2015, unveiled some brand new themed zones that replaced the museum’s existing themes earlier this month (November 2015) and they also present new interactive 4D exhibits to enhance the visitor’s experience. The museum’s six interactive zones cover the themes of Mystery, Excitement, Supernatural, Fairytale, Fantasy, and Trick World.

Turtle - Sky Diving - Prison at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Hanging Upside Down at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Ice Cliff Climbing + Bamboo at Trick Eye Museum by Myfunfoodiary Anglerfish at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary

Not only the animations and four-dimensional interactive exhibits but visitors can also experience new sculptures at the museum that blend perfectly with new illusion paintings to form picture-perfect settings. All new art exhibits are specially designed by Trick Eye Museum‘s in-house team of designers from Korea and painted by experienced Korean artists. Kewl!

Levitation Slippers at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Spiritual Area at Trick Eye Museum by Myfunfoodiary

There was a minimum crowd on weekdays, so we got a lot of time to take photos and challenge ourself to pose in different ways. It’s fun for both kids and adults! But I would like to recommend you to go as a group of 3 or more to get the most fun and experience out of the visit.

Volcano at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Mullie as Mermaid at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Little Match Girl - Moon over the Sky - Tea Time - Teddy Love at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Ice Cliff at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Levitation Chair at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary

And in this post, I want to provide you with a few tips on making the most of your trick art experience in Trick Eye Museum Singapore.
1. Bring your camera and take photos at every corner. Remember not to use a flashlight from the camera to get good photos and make sure your camera is fully charged with plenty of memory space before your visit. Just in case you only have your mobile phone with you during the visit, do not worry because the museum lets you borrow a monopod (selfie-stick) with no extra charge. But don’t forget to return them!
2. Before taking a shot, check or read the special instructions such as “photographer’s position” mark and how to pose for each different art. These guides are very helpful to achieve the desired effect in the photo.
3. Dress for it. Some of the poses required us to lay down on the floor, stand on the display, etc. So, it’s best to wear a comfortable pant paired with comfortable shoes.
4. Touch everything! You are free to touch everything and interact with the exhibits so that you can become part of the illusion! There are times when we should rotate the photo to 90 degrees or even 180 degrees to get the illusion effect.
5. Be creative, take your time and enjoy yourself in the museum. No need to bother with all the stares, ha-ha..

Wood Bridge at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Butterfly - Hug - Unicorn at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Flower Ball at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary

Just like in any other attractions, weekends are usually packed with tourists and locals. So, make sure to be there earlier if you plan to visit the museum on the weekend and book the ticket in advance or book the ticket online through this link to get a special discount from them. And when you’re here, do not miss the attraction highlights such as when you levitate and overcome your fears in the supernatural area. Feel the thrilling sensations when you help your friend from on top of the ice cliff, be the Mermaid of your fairytale, experience the impossibilities in Trick World and discover best-hidden secrets of the four-dimensional space (the Giant via Goliath room).

Horse Riding at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary Ballerina at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary

It was a memorable experience for us, thank you RWS and Trick Eye Museum Singapore for hosting us; we had so much fun! Trick Eye Museum Singapore is indeed a photography paradise with the unlimited illusions and photo opportunities to express ourself. Trust me, you will see yourself, your friends, and your family members can be so silly, funny, and creative when they visit this museum. Ha-ha..

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 The Giant oh Goliath room at Trick Eye Museum Singapore by Myfunfoodiary

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Author: myfunfoodiary

Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say “Hi”. Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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