If I had a penny for every time I see someone’s Trick Eye Museum poses in my Facebook newsfeed, I’d be very rich half a year ago but broke by now.
By the time I visited it on March 2015, the hour-long queue in front of the attraction is no longer there. And I waited for less than a minute for each installment, which come to think of it, being late to the bandwagon is a good thing after all.
More than 80 exhibits. Six themed zones: World of Masterpieces, Safari Kingdom, Stars of Circus, Dreams of Fairytale, Love in Winter, Adventure Discovery. With interesting concepts imported from Korea, the Trick Eye Museum is a chock full of fun! I had a great day striking my best silly faces and dramatic poses:
Now you know why the fella in Edvard Munch’s painting screams.
the beach one of the more ‘normal’ exhibitions.
The art of waking up the next day realizing it was just a one-night stand.
Look Ma, I’m a sea acrobat!
Hey, I spot a Merlion!
Whatever life holds in store for me, I will never forget these words: “With great power comes great responsibility. This is my gift, my curse. Who am I? I’m Spider-Man.
It’s frrrreezzzzing cold here…
Poor girl can’t beat my award-winning begging face to sell matches.
No, Little Match Girl… I beat you to Heaven first. Kthxbye.
Solemnly meditating in the lotus lake.
Begging Face Contest Round 2: Andrew vs Cat.
Meanwhile, did you hear that I won an Olympic medal for synchronized swimming?
And did you hear that Professor Flitwick gave me A+ for my N.E.W.T.?
Arrrggghhh… I shouldn’t have taken Hagrid’s class!!!
The Chamber of Secrets has been opened. Enemies of the heir, beware.
Phew… that was a long battle worthy of seven books. One final pose.
Have you ever been to the Trick Eye Museum? Which is your favorite exhibition?