Singapore’s Trick Eye Museum is touted as being innovative and unique, a way of fully immersing the visitor into the artwork. While there were a couple that looked okay, the majority of the artworks were dated, with peeling or missing paint, and nothing as I had expected.
Considering this attraction cost my son and I $50 to enter, I was expecting more, a lot more. We were there for just over half an hour all up, and with no toilets in the attraction, or any seating at all, it was pretty unimpressive for us.
Like the good mummy I am, I did take the required photo’s, and have added some highlights below.