Alive Museum opens in Singapore

What’s the newest craze in town?

Alive Museum is here from South Korea! Ditch the regular movie date, and head down to visit Alive Museum with your SO, friends or family for a unique experience.

You know how traditional museums have the ‘see but no touch’ rule? Not this one. Not only can you touch and feel the exhibits, you can also hop into the frame and become a part of the art masterpieces that play on optical illusions. Trick Art was very popular during the Baroque era in the 16th century. Using 3D painting techniques, these art pieces trick the eyes and stimulate your mind into seeing both illusion and reality at the same time.

One tip.. Wear shorts when visiting cause you need to squat or lie down for some shots!

Just gonna share some of the 3D paintings we thought were interesting. There’s quite a lot of visual art exhibits on display!

The Little Mermaid booth – Transforms one into a mermaid instantly, complete with wind blowing in your face
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Guys are welcomed too, but this merman’s looking a lil awkward
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There’s this station which I swear makes anyone look like a monster. If you wanted to see how you look like with failed plastic surgery, please just go to this station.

This is like social media suicide but I will share it anyway~ I swear I DON’T LOOK LIKE THAT AT ALL on normal days. The bf said I look like a Japanese boy with a wig. So mean. Tsk tsk.
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WHAT IS THIS SATAN BEING DOING IN MY CLOTHES HAHAHA
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You don’t look any better yourself, you monster!
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Please forget what you saw above. We’re normal human beings, really.
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Amatuer Pole dancers
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Meow! Save meeeeee
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This is one of my favorites! Can you tell that I’m actually standing on the floor? The stool, shadow and the elephant trunk looks so 3D!
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I had my Mary Jane – Peter Parker moment…
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But guys, please don’t.
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Love this shot the most :)
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There were some hits and misses but I would still rate it overall as an interesting experience. It’s definitely something new that I have never tried before and I think it’s quite suitable for families to visit as kids will probably have quite a lot of fun.

Alive Museum Singapore
Adult – $25
Child (3-12yrs) – $20
Child (below 3) – FOC

Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily (Last Admission at 9pm)
Location: Suntec City Mall #03-372 (Between Towers 3 and 4)

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