Saturday, June 7, 2014

The Trick Eye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)

The Trick Eye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) is opening its doors to visitors today on June 8th 2014. And from today till June 22, ticket prices for tickets you buy at the museum's ticketing counter will be 50% discounted at $25 for adults and $20 for children and seniors.

This is the first and only overseas outlet of the Trick Eye Museum in Seoul, South Korea which was first opened to public in December 2010. The Trick Eye Museum Singapore features six theme zones (Love, Circus, Masterpiece, Safari, Fairytale and Adventure), with 80 three-dimensional paintings and optical illusion masterpieces.

The Seoul museum is located at the centre of Seoul's nouveau art hub, Hongdae, where various popular cultural events attract a stream of young art lovers. All works in Trickeye museum create illusions which allow the guests to perceive a three-dimensional object or scene. Featuring a good collection of 2D & 3D art and sculptures, the works are specially designed for photo opportunities. Consequently, these radical forms of art which require the active participation of the viewers became a draw for tourists. Trickeye has seen grown to be one of the best must-visit attractions for tourists visiting Korea.

Around 80 per cent of the exhibits in  The Trick Eye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa has not been seen in Korea says Sally Liang, Marketing Manager of Trick Eye Museum Singapore. "The Merlion piece here is one of the more unique ones created for the Trick Eye Museum Singapore."

The Trick Eye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)
The Trick Eye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)
Mr Goh Chye Boon, executive vice-president of Resort Operations at RWS, said the museum is a great place for families to visit. He urged visitors to not just take photos, but to join in and interact with the exhibit as it will make the experience much more memorable.

The museum is suitable for young children with adult supervision, and even the elderly. Some exhibits allow multiple people to pose on it and the whole museum can hold up to 300 people at one time.
The exhibition is the main attraction on The Korean Strip, a mini-Korean themed 100-metre stretch. It is accessible via The Waterfront. It is located next to the Malaysian Street Food and Aston's Restaurant.

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