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Alive Museum Singapore

Located at Suntec City Mall, the museum started its operations in June 2014, with over 10,000 sqft of space featuring more than 80 artwork exhibits that are brought "ALIVE" with 3D painting, shading and drawing techniques to create visual illusions.

Alive museum is filled with visual art illusions that are hand painted and coated with a special paint to preserve the quality of artworks. This brand new fun destination is suitable for people of ages, providing lots of photo opportunities and fun-filled moments! This post will be image heavy so do be prepared :p
If you're waiting in line to get in, do check out some of the visual illusions outside the museum, for example the seashell in the first image and this fridge. It's fun to play around and warm up before entering the premises for more fun exhibits! I would recommend you to visit after 7pm as there is lesser crowd which means more time for you to capture the best shot!
Thanks to and Alive Museum, I got to experience these fun interactive exhibits with my love! It was pretty interesting to see how the art can be drawn and designed in such a way to look real from a certain angle. The fun part is trying to take on the different roles in various exhibits and trying to either use the recommended poses or experiment with different poses and expressions to take the best/most interesting shot.

If you have no idea where to start/do, don't worry, there are "Photo Point" icons on the ground to guide you into capturing the picture at the best possible angle as well as pictures of recommended poses being put up next to the exhibit. The abundance of lightings at strategically placed angles will bring out your features so no flash will be required. Plis, there is wifi available within the museum for you to upload these creative shots to your social media and share the fun moments with your friends! 

Alive Museum Singapore 
Suntec City Mall #03-372 (Between Towers 3 & 4)
Operating Hours: 10am-10pm daily (Last admission at 9pm)

Ticket Prices
$25 (Adults)
$20 (Children 3-12 yrs)
$60 (Family Package: 2 Adults + 1 Child)

Ongoing Promotion
Like Alive Museum on Facebook and get a free meal (worth $7.85) at Burger King Suntec with purchase of a full-priced ticket (Offer ends 30 September). Alternatively, you can also get 20% off when you purchase the tickets online, with the promo code "aliveopen" (Offer ends 30th August).
*Update: New promo code "FBPOST14" gives you 30% off ticket prices! Valid till 14 Sept.

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