Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Review: Alive Museum Singapore

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South Korea's first and original 3D entertainment attraction "Alive Museum" has arrived Singapore!

A photo-taking lover?
Not sure what to do in Singapore?

Come visit Alive Museum!

Instead of flying to Korea, we can now enjoy the sensory experience that tricks one's visual perception in Singapore.

Alive Museum, originated from South Korea in 2009, has opened a branch in Singapore!

Alive Museum is a 3D visual illusion museum which allows visitors to take photos with clever paintings, digital art pieces and unique art objects. It is a popular attraction for tourists all around the world.  

Alive museum currently has a total of 15 branches: eight in South Korea, three in China and one each in Thailand, Vietnam, Turkey and recently in Singapore.

The largest branch is in Jeju Island which has at least 1.5 million visitors per year.

All their artworks are hand-painted and handcrafted by Alive Museum's own team of talented artists from South Korea.

Moreover, to stay current and to attract return visitors, about 30% of the collections are refreshed every year and special exhibits are held during major holiday seasons such as Christmas and Chinese New Year.

What's so unique about Alive Museum in Singapore?
  1. There are over 80 master pieces, of which 9 are locally themed and unique to Singapore
  2. Singapore 50 project: The museum will engage local communities through teachers, students and Singaporeans from various walk of life to create artworks that they think define the essence of Singapore. Of these, 20 entries will be showcased in Alive Museum Singapore by year-end, bringing total number of artworks to more than 100. More information will be released at the later stag
  3. Looking for an unconventional venue? Alive Museum allows visitor to book their private function room (can host up to 60 guests) for special events such as birthday party 

Welcome to our Lala Land where everything you see here are Fantasies

Once upon a time, there were two curious girls named 

Sandra & Evelyn

They found a painting on the wall. 
and were memorized by it.
They accidentally pulled the frame 
and water started to gush out of it..

And they started their fantasies ......
Evelyn & Sandra in Wonder Land

Sailing by the river

 Sandra was sucked into the pool

Evelyn came to rescue

They both went into the sea.
Woke up in the morning & realized that they have turned into
little mermaids under the Sea

Little mermaids met Spider-man and 
immediately they fell in love

They found out Spider-man has an affair.
Out of anger, they killed spiderman &
ruled the world.
All men shall now obey

They love to dance

So Do You Think You Can Dance?

Dance like Michael Jackson


Disco Dance

Jump & Jump

Pole Dance

They love adventures and often get into trouble

Escaped from the crocodile!

Escaped from the dead!

The side view.
Caught by an elephant

Caught by the cat

However, they were strong enough to fight back

But they couldn't escape from God's hand

Save Me!

So they prayed to God

God listened to their prayer and sent a bird to rescue them

But they fell off from the sky

And became
~The end~

Suntec City Mall, #03-372 (between Tower 3 & 4)

Operating Hours:
10am - 10pm Dailu (Last Admission at 9pm)

Ticket Prices:

Adult: S$25
Children (3-12 yrs): S$20
Children (<3yrs): F.O.C.
Family (2 adult + 1 child): S$60, additional S$10 per child (up to max 3 children)

PROMOTION (Till 30th September 2014)

Simply "Like" Alive Museum on Facebook and get a free meal at Burger King Suntec with purchase of full-priced tickets

Visit website @promotion for more details. 

Thank You OMY for the invite!
& Thanks Sandra for accompanying me! 

*warning: you may wish to visit during non-peak hour (e.g. 10am) to have a comfortable and pleasant photo-taking experience

With Love,

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