Ever since my wedding on last Sunday, G and I have been super busy like mad clearing all the backlog in our work, wedding stuffs, and also attending to our almost done, but still not done yet love nest.
Thanks for The Influencer Network, I have a chance to have timeout from being a getting-used-to-be-wifey, and also catch up with Sis to have some fun at Trick Eye Museum @ Sentosa.
Unfortunately Sis was late thus I have to entertain myself by taking photos….
Luckily, late is always better than never so eventually we proceed to enjoy ourselves at the museum.
See what you can do thinking out of the box!
Who says love only exist between a male and female? :X
To be frank, I was initially hoping that there are new installation since I had just went to Trick Eye Museum on June with G, thus I was a bit disappointed.
The space between installations are pretty wide compare to Alive Museum which I just went in August but the photo point tend to cross each others so if you are those who like to ‘follow the rule’ type of people, you might need to wait for a while for your turn.
I personally think quite a bit of installations are meant for 2 person, if you can go to the museum in groups of 3-4 pax it will be ideal. Too many people and you might have problem taking photos or even squeezing through the crowds if you went in at the “peak hour”.
I am glad that during the event, perhaps because all of us are bloggers and family, we have higher tolerate level for each others and although the museum is filled up with over 100 visitors, the photo taking process are as smooth as it can be. 🙂
Thanks to my fun-loving sis and fellow bloggers, in the same museum, we get to experience a totally different dynamic. It’s still worth to come again!
|Selfie time with my favourite Van Gogh’s “drawing”!|
|Image Credit: The Influencer Network|
See the photo above, isn’t it amazing to have over 130person in the same museum and all of us have a great time?
Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Resorts World Sentosa, 26 sentosa gateway #01-43/44, Singapore 098138
Operating Hours: 10am – 9pm Daily
– $25 (Adults – Ages 13 to 59)
– $20 (Children – Ages 3 to 12)
– $20 (Senior – Ages 60 and above)
Approximate Duration of Visit: 2 hours
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