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TRICK EYE MUSEUM in SINGAPORE

 

 

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Trick Eye is short for ‘Trick of the eye’, which refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional (2D) paintings into three-dimensional (3D)  images through the use of optical illusions. Here, 2D paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings appear to pop out of the surface and come to life. Trick Eye Museum Singapore has become one of the most visited local attractions in Sentosa Island. It is separated into six themed zones called World of MasterpiecesSafari KingdomDreams of Fairytale,  Love in winter, Star of Circus and Adventure Discovery. Each designed to awaken all of your five senses and evoke your emotions. The museum is kid and adult friendly.

So I think it’s time to get your eye a trick!

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At the entrance

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When you enter the museum, you will be welcomed by a giant baby.

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I’ll let my pictures do the talking!

World of Masterpieces

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Safari Kingdom

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Dreams of Fairytale

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Love in winter

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Star of Circus

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Adventure Discovery

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* Special credit to my husband for all the crazy photos above!

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TRICK EYE MUSEUM, SINGAPORE

Address: Waterfront @ Resorts World Sentosa, 26 Sentosa Gateway Singapore 098138

Contact: 65 6795-2370 / 2371

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00-21:00 (Last Admission 20:00)

Ticket Prices:

Child (4-12): $20

Adult (13-59): $25

Senior (60 & above): $20

How to get here by: Train/Sentosa Express

– Take Exit E to VivoCity and proceed to level 3 to board the Sentosa Express. Alight one stop later at Waterfront Station.

– Walk straight towards the Lake of Dreams and Universal Studios Globe. Turn right upon seeing Insadong Korean Restaurant and walk straight until you see Trick Eye Museum.

How to get here by: Bus

– Take buses 65, 80, 93, 188, 855, 10, 30, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145 or 166 and alight at VivoCity.

– Board bus RWS8 from bus stop 14141 at VivoCity or bus stop 14121 at Merrill Lynch, HarbourFront.Alight at Resort World Sentosa’s drop-off point.

– Enter via The Forum and turn left to take the escalator up to level 1.

– Turn left and walk along the stretch of Candylicious and Din Tai Fung. Turn right and Insadong Korean Restaurant should be on your right. Walk straight until you see Trick Eye Museum.

How to get here by: Foot

– Proceed to level 1 of VivoCity and look for directions to the Boardwalk.

– Upon reaching the gantry at the entrance of Sentosa Island, keep left and walk straight towards Trick Eye Museum.- Once you have passed the gantry, walk straight till the end and turn right.

How to get here by: Car

– Upon entering Sentosa Gateway, keep to the left lane and head down Ramp A.

– Keep right and look for the “Cars/Taxis” sign overhead.

– Follow the signs to B1 East Car Park and park in the red or blue zone.

– Enter via The Forum and turn left to take the escalator up to level 1.

– Turn left and walk along the stretch of Candylicious and Din Tai Fung. Turn right and Insadong Korean Restaurant should be on your right. Walk straight until you see Trick Eye Museum.

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Author:

Leslie is a twenty-something and recently moved to Canada. She loves wandering with her camera and trying new things.

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