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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Trick Eye Museum Singapore


This is #SDgoestoSG Part II.
For my Second Day in Singapore, I decided to visit Trick Eye Museum. I heard so many good things about this place that's why I really got curious, I really wanted to know why. For this post, you will see how creative Trick Eye Museum SG is, from the paintings up to the sculptures. This is a place you wouldn't want to miss! I saw adults who were really participating and kids who were really enjoying. Trick Eye Museum isn't just a place, it's an experience you'll never forget.

Welcome to Trick Eye Museum Singapore!
#TrickEyeamazing


The venue was filled with sculptures and paintings that will surely be enjoyable not only for adults, but kids too. When you enter the Trick Eye Museum, all you need is your camera.


Check out the realistic scenes inside Trick Eye Museum.


To be honest, I am very impressed with how Trick Eye Museum set up the place. You'll find so many interactive booths that are very entertaining.


I grew up loving sculptures, unfortunately, It's a talent I wasn't able to acquire. That is why I admire people who creates sculptures. It's a huge talent you should always use.


It feels like i'm watching a real circus performance.


In the other side, you'll see this. I'm guessing these people are European. :)


I found my friend Toff Tiozon taking photographs here in Trick Eye Museum. 


Ever since I visited Trick Eye Museum, I never stopped appreciating paintings and sculptures! 
This is definitely on of my favorites. :)


Trying so hard to look like an Adult-Baby. Did I succeed? 


How can you not appreciate this kind of art? :)


One of the best sculptures inside Trick Eye Museum.


You can literally hug her. I just did not. and I regret it. haha


Wall paintings you'll see inside.


When it comes to humor, this is the best scene. 


Dancing in the rain? I am glad that I experienced the magical world of Trick Eye Museum. It's definitely a place for everyone to see. Whether you love art or not, you'll find this place fascinating.  




How come I see emotions from these sculptures?



Big Bad Wolf. It's a dream come true.


Huge baby, it's like 6 to 7 feet tall. This is I think, their biggest sculpture in Trick Eye Museum SG.


Let's talk about lights.


Outside the Museum, you'll notice this guy. Imagine seeing this at night. haha

Thank you so much to Trick Eye Museum Singapore for this wonderful experience! 
I enjoyed every single scene from the love area up to the 3D painting expeirence. I am glad I was able to visit Trick Eye Museum Singapore, and now I am curious about the Trick Eye Museum you have in Hong Kong & South Korea. 
Trick Eye Museum is a place for you and your family to enjoy!  
If you're in SG, make sure to visit this magical place!