Sunday, 28 September 2014

#TINBOOST's Night @ Trick Eye Museum Singapore

A year ago, I visited the Trick Eye Museum in Seoul, South Korea and it was a great experience. So when I learnt that the world no. 1 3D art museum is now in Singapore, I was excited to see the different art pieces displayed. For those of you who are not sure what Trick Eye Museum is - it is an art gallery with paintings created using 'trompe l'oel' techniques that gave each 2D art piece the illusion of being in 3D.


As the first overseas venture of the renowned South Korean gallery, the museum features about 100 paintings. More then 50 artworks were created specially and adapted for the Singapore gallery. Original pieces such as Merlion Boat & Horse Racing.


A brief intro about TRICK EYE MUSEUM KOREA
Trick Eye opened in December 2010 featuring 3D art exhibition. The museum is located at the centre of Seoul's nouveau art hub, Hongdae, where various popular cultural events attract a stream of young art lovers. All works in Trick Eye museum create illusions which allow the guests to perceive a three-dimensional object or scene. Featuring a good collection of 2D & 3D art and sculptures, the works are specially designed for photo opportunities. Consequently, these radical forms of art which require the active participation of the viewers became a draw for tourists. Trick Eye has seen grown to be one of the best must-visit attractions for tourists visiting Korea. 

The best thing is the art pieces displayed here were totally different from the ones I took in Seoul. Remember to get your cameras charged and memory carded loaded, snap snap away! Here we go,








Levitation?? Okay la passable right. But right after this shot... 


HAHA abs strength fail. Some pose feels like working out in the gym.


Look alike don't they?





N: Oh nooo, I think the broom is about to break lol. 
V: No la, I'm gonna hitch a ride too!










Small, Medium, Large :P


Nikki looking kinda creepy though.


What we expect to see VS. What we actually did... lol






"EH BOTH OF YOU SAYING HI TO EACH OTHER IS IT?! And ignore my help!"



"This merlion damn zai, not only can ferry 2 but 3 of us!"





Trick Eye Museum is the only place you can do hand stand, effortlessly. :P



Trick Eye Museum specializes in providing amusements that tricks the eyes into seeing something else. To me personally, I think it's a great place to have fun and spending good times w your loved ones. Trick Eye Museum in Singapore is easily accessible from the Sentosa Boardwalk, locate minutes from the entrance to the integrated resort. Visitors to the museum will journey through 6 themed zones, titled World of Masterpieces, Safari Kingdom, Stars of Circus, Dreams of Fairytale, Love in Winter and Adventure Discovery.

To complement the opening of Trick Eye Museum, more Korean-themed F&B will also be open at the Resort's Waterfront, creating a Korean cluster. Insadong Korea Town will feature a Korean market-place concept offering a variety of authentic Korean F&B specialities, street food, as well as hand-made Korean trinkets, cosmetics and accessories.

Photo Credit: The Influencer Network


Thank you to The Influencer Network, William & Trick Eye Museum for having us!


Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Waterfront @ Resorts World Sentosa 26 
Sentosa Gateway Singapore 098138
Mon - Sun: 10am - 9pm (Open all year round)
Adult: $25 / Child (4-12): $20 / Seniors (60 & above): $20

Multi-attraction packages are also available. Guests can purchase tickets and packages onsite or online at www.trickeye.com/singapore or www.rwsentosa.com

*This post is brought to you by TIN & Trick Eye Museum Singapore.
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