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My experience at Trick Eye Museum (Resorts World Sentosa)


 I recently visited the Trick Eye Museum with Mellysa because we have been wanting to meet up (okay we only met a week before) more regularly. So we decided to visit the Trick Eye Museum because none of us has been there yet. I was looking forward to it because I saw many people posted on instagram that tempted me to go! Several of my blogger friends have also blogged about this place so I thought it would be cool to check it out! 


Someone has transformed into a mermaid. 


Definitely more handsome than me... hahaha


Not going to save you from this giant baby! 


Small vs Giant 



I'm doom... yeah..


"Sup! I can float in the air"


Those are really huge giant yellow boots!


Shall end my blogpost here! If you wish to visit the Trick Eye Museum, you may wish to purchase the tickets at Sistic counters at only $25/person. Overall, it was quite an enjoyable experience just that I would most prefer to visit this place on a weekday because it was quite crowded! Go get your tickets if you haven't! Oh yeah! There will be more blogposts coming in this month because my exams are finally over and I finally have the time to blog! Glad to be going back to what I like to do the most! See ya!

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  1. Hello, thank you for visiting Trick Eye Museum in Singapore and hope you had great time with us. We would like to share some of your photo at TEM in our blog for English speakers (http://trickeye.blogspot.com). If it's ok with you, please let us know. Thank you! :)

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