Allyson Travels: Trick-Eye Museum, Singapore

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This post might not be too informative. I would just like to share the experiences I had from the two countries that I recently visited. I’ll try my best to lay out some points that could probably be of use for future reference.


To see is to believe.

Korea’s very own Trick-Eye Museum opened it’s new international branch in Resorts World Sentosa Singapore last June 8, 2014.

Trick-Eye is derived from the French word  trompe-l’oeil  meaning deceive the eye. It’s an art technique that turns 2D images to 3D images through optical illusions therefore making it appear real in the naked eye. The museum has paintings on the walls, ceilings and floors as well as installations that would trick the viewer’s eye and will make them feel that it’s alive. Some kids would enjoy the place but would not probably understand what the fuss is all about.

The museum is made up of six zones – Love, Circus, Masterpiece, Safari, Fairytale and Adventure. Unlike other museums, the visitors in here are encouraged to touch and get up close to everything. Each exhibit incorporates a technique on how to pose or which angle to snap the photo from in order to achieve the right perspective of the picture.

In order to enjoy this place, you’ll have to bring a camera, you’re wide range of imagination and your best facial expression to have a good photo result πŸ™‚

Have fun viewing some of the photos we took from Trick-Eye’s!







This is the perfect place to visit with friends and family. Something unique, fun and interactive. Just enjoy, be imaginative and creative. It’s for a kid at heart like me!

Quick Tips:

  • Bring a camera and make sure it’s fully charged.
  • Try to read the poster beside very exhibit for instructions to have a peak of your final image.
  • Wear comfortable clothes. Ladies, don’t wear skirts or any low-cut and short dresses because you’ll end up doing crazy and hilarious poses.

Essential Information:

Ticket Prices:  $25 Adult, $20 Child (ages 4 to 12), $20 Senior Citizens (ages 60 and above)

Open Daily from 10am – 9pm. Last admission is 8pm.

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Phone: +65 6795 2370



6 Comments on Allyson Travels: Trick-Eye Museum, Singapore

  1. doaa
    April 6 at 10:41 AM (3 years ago)

    I Love this post, whenever I’m going to Singapore, this will be a must on my to do list. I’m planning one this year and would love to know more about your visit xx
    Hungry Birds Doha

    • Karlly
      April 7 at 9:11 AM (3 years ago)

      Hello Doaa! Thanks that you loved it. When are you planning to go? I will help you as much as I can. Email me πŸ™‚ -Allyson

  2. Trick Eye Museum
    May 19 at 4:18 AM (3 years ago)

    Hello Allyson, thank you for visiting Trick Eye Museum in Singapore and hope you had great time with us. We’ve recently opened our blog ( for English speaker and we would like to share some of your photo in our blog. If it’s ok with you, please let us know. Thank you! πŸ™‚

    • Karlly
      May 24 at 10:04 PM (3 years ago)

      Hi! I definitely enjoyed my experience on your museum. I highly recommend it to be visited. By all means, you can use the photos I took. More power!

      • Trick Eye Museum
        May 26 at 4:26 AM (3 years ago)

        Thank you! Your photo will be featuring in our blog on 2nd week of June πŸ™‚ So please do check our blog time to time!

        • Karlly
          May 26 at 10:34 AM (3 years ago)

          OOHHH! thank you! will definitely check it out πŸ™‚


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