My friends and I visited Trick Eye Museum Singapore on a Sunday afternoon. We went there around 3:00PM. There was queue and we had to wait for about 30 minutes before getting inside. The place has limited capacity and as expected, it took a while for people to complete their exploration.
Trick Eye is short for “trick of the eye”, referring to the use of optical illusions to turn 2D paintings into 3D images. With today’s fascination for photography, this museum has captured the interest and imagination of many visitors (locals and tourists).
The original Trick Eye Museum started in Korea (Jeju, Seoul and Busan) and is TripAdvisor’s #1 Attraction in Korea – Museum Category. Singapore is its first venture overseas.
Trick Eye Museum Singapore is strategically located in Resorts World Sentosa. Ticket price is S$25 for adults, S$20 for senior citizens (60 and above) and children (4-12). You can also order via Sistic (discounts available for Mastercard) and Groupon (check for promotions).
This is my #somethingnewfordes for November 23.