[Wabbithan Visits] Trick Eye Museum


The Hallyu Wave, also known as the Korean Wave had hit Singapore since 2012, and more of Korean's culture has gone wild again on this little red dot. To tell the truth, the impact of the Hallyu Wave on me was not much, however I would say that this has left a GREAT impact! It's none other than the TRICK EYE MUSEUM!

Not heard about its goodness? That's impossible. News about this museum has gone viral in Singapore, and everyone is talking about it! As a curious child, I can't afford to miss out on it, right?

The TRICK EYE MUSEUM located in Singapore has over 50 splendid paintings and optical illusions installations, including the original pieces such as Merlion Boat and Horse Racing specially created and adapted for the locals.  

I was really lucky to had been invited by TIN to attend a closed door event for Trick Eye Museum. Phew~ I managed to avoid the crazy crowd.

While I was editing the photos, I came up with this crazy storyline.  I am gonna share with you. I just can't stop laughing.

Adventures of the Princess Wabbithan. 

Once upon a time, there was a Princess named Wabbithan. She was lonely Princess who lived on the moon. Princess Wabbithan was bored and lonely being the only one staying on the moon. Wondering what the outside world was like, she decided go on a journey beyond the moon.

She saw a swan flying across the sky and asked if she could give her a ride to Earth. Upon arrival on Earth, Princess Wabbithan bid goodbye to the swan by giving her a kiss on her back. 

Princess Wabbithan met The Little Match Girl, and she decided to lend her a helping hand. Princess Wabbithan brought her to her Grandpa, and in return she was given a magical broom. 

Princess Wabbithan did not have enough clothing to keep herself warm. So she commanded the magical broom to bring her to a tropical land. 

When she was in the tropical land, she found a great deal in relaxation. So she did a Shizusuwa for a week.

However, she didn’t realize that she was in the territory of a Giant T-rex. When she was back from Shizusuwa, she had already been captivated. The magical broom sacrificed itself to protect Princess Wabbithan from the Giant T-rex. Princess Wabbithan will always remember the broom. 

Having no magical broom, like any other Earthlings, Princess Wabbithan rode a horse to continue her exploration of the Earth. 

Lady luck doesn’t seem to be on her side. A witch had caged Princess Wabbithan. She was forced to cry every single day till her eyes turned red. Fortunately, She managed to escape when the cage's door was loosened.  She ran and ran for 3 days and 2 nights until she could no longer see the witch castle. By then Princess Wabbithan was dying from hunger and thirst.

A kind hearted elephant lifted Princess Wabbithan with it’s trunks to his master. Princess Wabbithan was given food and water. Phew. 

Princess Wabbithan found a friend during a stay at the Carnival. He has no name, no one ever wants to be his friend and his parents abandoned him since birth due to his handicap. For 8 hours each day he had been screaming. Princess Wabbithan proudly named him Scream. 

One day Princess Wabbithan was being summoned back to moon by her Mama. She wanted to bring Scream back, however, when she visited Scream, he had turned himself into a painting. Princess Wabbithan cried a little for a lost of a friend.

However, she was glad that she could return home to where her Queen Mama is.

The End.

Well, hope you enjoyed reading my story! 

This new attraction is easily accessible via the Sentosa Boardwalk, located minutes from the entrance to the Integrated Resort. Operating hours are from 10.00am to 9.00pm daily.

Whatever I have shared with you today are only parts of the museum! Check out the other six themed zones titled World of Masterpieces, Safari Kingdom, Stars of Circus, Dreams of Fairytale, Love in Winter and Adventure Discovery yourself! Besides original artworks, the museum will also be home to popular art pieces replicated from the South Korean gallery, including Angel's Wings, Moon over the Sky and Human Cannonball.

On top of that, this cage that I am in is actually the first time being displayed to public. You will not be able to miss it out as it's located at the entrance to welcome you!

To complement the opening of Trick Eye Museum, more Korean-themed F&B and retail concepts will also open at the Resort’s Waterfront, creating a Korean cluster. Opening in the third quarter of 2014, Insadong Korea Town will feature a Korean market-place concept offering a variety of authentic Korean F&B specialties, street food, as well as hand-made Korean trinkets, cosmetics and accessories. 

A great thank you The Influencer NetworkTrick Eye Museum Singapore and Resort World Sentosa for this endless fun and enjoyment at the museum with my Mum.

Admission Fee: 

Adults- $25
Child/Senior - $20 

*There are also Multi-attraction packages are also available. 
**For online purchases do visit TrickEyeMuseum or ResortWorldSentosa

Trick Eye Museum 
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