I received an invitation to visit the Trick Eye Museum located at RWS two weeks ago so off I went with Angie, Fenny, Maybeline and James to visit the place!
If you’re are going there on a weekend, I will recommend you to take the boardwalk into Sentosa instead of the skytrain. Not only you get to save $4 (boardwalk is currently free for weekends for a period of time, if not it’s only $1), but you get to reach Trick Eye faster as it’s located near the boardwalk.
Starry Starry night. This happens to be my favorite artwork. I remembered working on a project involves this art piece and the song on it. It was pretty much a nightmare but I do like the art. I even recreated it before in art class!
There’s a total of 6 zones in Trick Eye with 7-10 art pieces in each zone.
- World of Masterpieces
- Safari Kingdom
- Star of Circus
- Dreams of Fairy Tale
- Love in Winter
- Adventure Discovery
I find that there is more space for photo taking as each art work have got their own space. They don’t actually share or eat into the space of other art works. This I find a more conducive environment for a illusion art Museum. Although it seems that there is lesser art work here but I kind of prefer it as I hardly get people cutting into my photos. I don’t have to crop as much.
However, I note that the spot lights used at Trick Eye will cause over exposure to some of the photos. It will be better if the whole place is brightly lit instead of using spotlights. I heard from Andy who visited Trick Eye in Korea that the whole Museum is brightly lit there which makes it easy to produce nice photos.
Trick Eye Singapore is opened from Mondays to Sundays from 10am to 9pm. Tickets are at $25 for adults and $20 for children and senior citizens. Purchase your tickets online to enjoy 10% off! Tickets purchased online have a 6 months validity.