Trick and treat your eyes at the Trick Eye Museum Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa, which opened in June this year as the first overseas branch of South Korea’s popular attraction of the same name.
Home to 90 optical illusions and amazing sculptures housed within 800m², the Trick Eye Museum invites visitors to participate in fantastical feats and dive into new worlds, from levitation to skydiving without the altophobia to transforming into a mermaid.
The works, which includes Edvard Munch’s iconic painting The Scream, are divided into six themed zones, with three pieces specially commissioned to pay homage to host country Singapore.
Haven for the camera trigger-happy, the riot of colour and mindblowing optical illusions will leave family and incentive travellers alike giggling all the way through the museum – we did, and we loved it! Just remember to leave all shame at the door.
The museum’s artists regularly do touch-ups on the artworks and new art works will be introduced every few months to refresh its offerings.
For a more surreal take on events, the Trick Eye Museum Singapore can be booked out completely for private events before 10.00 or after 21.00. Special arrangements can be made for groups that visit during regular operating hours.