Life lesson: Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light

It was great having a long hiatus away from social media. The past few months have been quite depressing and I decided that having a break away from social media and spending quality time with myself and family will be the best thing to recover mentally. I don’t usually talk about my personal life here but I would like to share some life lessons.

During the past months, a loved one got diagnosed with a rare type of cancer and has gone through stem cell therapy. Everyone in the family supported him as he undergoes chemotherapy treatments. Thankfully, he is now recovering under our care. Then another bad news hit when I decided to pluck up my courage to visit a private eye specialist last month due to my bad vision as I was having difficulty seeing well especially at night. The tests came back with the doctor diagnosing me with a rare genetic eye disease, Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP).

I was quite thankful that le fiance was beside me, holding my hand reassuringly which gave me the strength not to break down and cry.  As explained by doctor, RP will cause retinal degeneration, and I will experience a gradual decline in my vision because  my photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) will slowly die.  She showed the images of my retina interior where some black spots can be seen which means some of my photoreceptor cells are slowly dying.

The thought of losing eyesight slowly to an invisible enemy without any known treatment or cure, I felt really helpless.  For someone who loves doing crafting and drawing, it was quite a severe blow for me.  On top of that, she also spotted early sign of cataracts which she assured me that she will monitor to prevent it from getting worse.

Having went through depression before few years back, I knew it will not do any good to everyone if I go into a depression mood so I tried lifting my spirits up and joking with le fiance that he only has  few weeks left to decide to marry me since our registry of marriage (ROM) is coming this Friday.  He held my hand tighter and said that we can overcome this together. We will be going for genetic testing together in coming October to check if he has the RP gene so that the doctor can assess the possibility of our children having it.  I am keeping my heart and fingers crossed that everything goes well for both of us.

It really helps when you have family or loved ones close by to stand by you because it gives you strength and courage to continue on. Having a positive attitude towards life irregardless of what you have been going through, will help you to cope better with the daily affairs of life. I was also thankful that my parents are the most optimistic people I know,  telling me that I should start thinking about the bright side of life and not to dwell so much on my problems.  Right now, I decided to focus my mind on our wedding preparation which will be coming next month, and till then, I will pick up my pen and brush again 🙂

One good thing out of this, my father bought me a new pair of spectacles with transition lens to protect my eyes from the sun! Quite in love with it at the moment because he chose the frame with lovely prints that really complement well when the lens turn dark. As I am first time user of transition lenses, I find it pretty cool!

I like this quote from Helen Keller who was my inspiration since young:

Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.  -Helen Keller


Right now, I am walking this lonely dark path bravely, hand in hand with my best friend and partner, who will be my soon-to-be husband in two days’ time! ❤

The best thing he said to me: “I will be your eyes, so don’t worry about it.”


Credits: L studio (Korea) and Louvre Bridal (Singapore)



Pre-wedding Korea Trip: Day 2 -Gyeongbokgung Palace & Yeongdeungpo Yeouido Spring Flower Festival

First thing in morning was to grab some wrapped food from the convenience stall as we want to head out early to the Gyeongbokgung Palace before 10Am, just in time for the guard changing ceremony.

OMG…look at the crowd!

It was pretty easy to go there by subway to either Gyeongbokgung Exit 5 (Line 3) or Gwanghwamun Exit 2 (Line 5).

The guard changing ceremony:

The palace is just a beautiful place! Pictures always speak a thousand words!

I am quite intrigued by this, Not sure how it works

I saw this sun dial looking thing and I was trying to figure out the characters on the dial itself to see if I can make sense of it. Unfortunately, I am still as clueless as now.

The gardens are beautiful enough to give a nice backdrop:

We headed out of the palace to walk around the park nearby as le fiance was quite interested in flowers. He is more of a flower person than I am and kept taking pictures of the flowers while I wandered aimlessly around to read up the history of Korea and description of the statues that were located at the park itself.

It was nearly 11am when we decided to start walking to our planned lunch venue which is the famous Tosokchon (토속촌)! I am pretty kiasu so I want to go there earlier to avoid the lunch queue so we reached there about 11.30Am with no queue in sight. It was quite hilarious because we keep finding our way by expecting to see a long queue when we actually walked past it. If you are coming by subway, you can get off at Gyeongbokgung station Exit 2 (Line 3) and Walk straight about 200m before turning left onto Jahamun-ro 5-gil Road. Tosokchon will be just ahead on the left.

We ordered just the normal Ginseng chicken for both of us. And quite disappointingly, we did not feel any “wow” factor and we were wondering why is it so expensive yet so bland. After we came back to Singapore, a friend mentioned that we supposed to pour ginseng wine into the soup so that it will be delicious.

The two cups of ginseng wine that we totally missed out!

But we don’t remember any wine given to us so we looked back at the photo…to our horror, there were 2 cups of wine! We didn’t even drink it! URGH…the agony! The waitress didn’t mentioned anything either 😦 So according to my friend’s advice, pour the wine in the soup!

Next stop is to look for cherry blossoms! We went a week later than the blooming week so most of the trees were quite bare. Hence, we decided to try going to Yeongdeungpo Yeouido spring flower festival which is near National Assembly subway (Line 9) where we walked one round around the National Assembly Building.

Thankfully, there were rows of cherry blossoms that were still at their peak! Along the route, we enjoy the scenery and take pictures mainly. There are some hardcore photographers who will actually shake the tree branches to bring the petals down while taking pictures/videos too! Food pushcarts were also quite common, selling mostly the same varieties.

He loved cuttlefish so we got 2 which sold 2 for 5000 won. Bad choice as the cuttlefish was too hard and tasteless for our liking and pretty pricey for that kind of quality. As I was still sick, I was banned from getting other food as most are fried so we just walk around slowly until we reach the end of the route.

Next stop in the evening was to stop at Namdaemun Market which is at Hoehyeon Station Exit 5 (Line 4). Well, we were quite disappointed because it was nothing much to see and since we were not much of a shopper, we just scroll around quickly and bought some bread for next day photo shoot snack (which taste horrible and had to throw away the rest). We headed back early to rest after dinner, which was just simple ramen at a stall near our accommodation, since we have to wake up early to head to the venue at Wondong to meet the photographer.

Day 3 will be the photo shoot day which I am so tempted to wait until after my wedding to blog about it because I didn’t want to show wedding photos as spoilers. I’ll probably change my mind and blog it on my next korea post, but will only show those that will not appear in my album. I shall see how it goes!

One last picture before calling a day:

I love this scenery!


Much loves ❤

Wedding Inspiration: Rustic Gold Cotton Theme

I love weddings. It is always an happy occasion where the bride and groom share their love and joy with everybody, saying their vows together and celebrate together. The painstaking effort that they put in to ensure their wedding is a success! While celebrating their joy, one will not help noticing the beautiful decor surroundings, filled with flowers and vivid colors that heightened excitement and joy in the atmosphere. And I just love looking at those decorations, taking note of how beautifully it was arranged.

So when my fiance’s sister,SH, asked for our help in decorating her album table and ang pow box for her December wedding last year, we immediately agreed and keeping to her low budget, the boy and I spent the time sourcing for items and coordinating with the florist for her table bouquet. As she loves cotton flowers, I immediately imagine a rustic gold cotton theme which suits her perfectly. As she prefers simplicity, we did not over decorate the table and keeping it simple, needlessly to say, both the bride and the groom were satisfied with the results we put in!

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We actually DIY the Ang Pow Box as SH wanted the box which she saw at IKEA and asked me for help in decorating the box. Since I decided to go for rustic theme, I designed their names and the layout of the box before enlisting my fiance’s help in looking for the suitable items that I have in mind.

Thanks so much to the boy who exercised so much patience when I dragged him everywhere to look for the stuffs!

DIY Ang Pow Box

Up close of the ang pow box

So this is how the Ang Pow box turned out!

Going for the simplicity, I decided to tie the purple ribbon around the box before adding the cotton flowers to give a rustic look. And then, I just add the sweet smelling dried flowers into the box to give a nice rustic effect. The boy helped with the cotton flower arrangement for the box and it turned out beautifully!

Now come to the best part which is the arrangement of the flower bouquet as well as DIY-ing decorations!

I liaised with the florist, telling him the arrangement of the flowers that I preferred and he was so nice to even bundle the flowers using silver satin! He was also extremely helpful in giving me suggestions when the flowers I wanted was out of stock! I got a fake branches from him as well, and brought home to DIY the potted tree after coming to the agreement for the table bouquet arrangement. And luckily, since it was near Christmas, IKEA has many beautiful decorations which we bought for SH’s wedding!

So this is how the whole table layout turns out:

The table bouquet that we spend so much effort in designing the arrangement! The bride loves it to bits that she kept it as dried bouquet for her house.

I actually DIY the twine vase and bottle by wrapping around the vase and bottle using twine. Can you believe that the bottle was actually a recycled make-up bottle? 🙂

The cotton flowers were used as leftovers after most flowers were used for the table bouquet. The small little fluffy leaves you saw, we got it from Taobao. The gold beads used were bought from IKEA. We bought the pebbles from the florist to add them into the vase on top of the sponge (where we poke the fake branches in to make it looked like a tree) to give a nice pebbled look for the tree. We just love how it turned out! The fairy lights was provided by SH’s husband 🙂

Wine glasses with gold beads

This is one of our favorites! We borrowed the wine glasses from the hotel, and put the gold beads in, arranged with fairylights.

After which, we arranged the photo frames of the sweet couple!

And there it is, ready for the admiration of the guests as they flipped through the album!

Photos credited to Teo Sze Lee from A Little Moment Photography who took such awesome photos!

Much Thanks for the couple’s permission to use their photos for my blog 🙂

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We managed to keep everything within the budget, which cost us less than $200 for both the decorations and the box!

So I hope this will serves as an inspiration to brides and grooms-to-be, who are on a budget.

So how we do it?

Try to source for good and affordable materials and think of ways to DIY instead of getting firsthand!

I was actually looking around for the bare tree with vase and it was insanely expensive at the minimum price of $100! And it only costs me less than $20 to make everything from getting a vase to making it into a bare tree vase decoration.

As for flower arrangement, if you have an eye for colors, do your own arrangement instead of getting the florist to do everything for you. In that way, you can decide on the flowers to go with it while watching your budget and still getting the desirable results. Visit your neighboring florists instead of going to expensive florists at mall if you have a specific flower arrangement in mind. The florist will be be able to advise you on the costs since he has contact from many suppliers. I visited my florist which is just few minutes away from my house!

First it is convenient to settle many things as you will have things to carry back and forth and you can easily get the flowers a day before the wedding. I have listed down his shop address, so whoever stays in Tampines, you can look for him there 🙂 He and his wife are really helpful and friendly! He doesn’t have a shop name sign board but you can just google for the picture.

The cotton flowers that we used to decorate the table and ang pow box were actually leftovers from the making of the table bouquet arrangement so we actually save up as cotton flowers are not cheap in the first place.

 And the whole DIY process can be tiring but fulfilling 🙂

And a special thanks to the couple for letting me to be part of their wedding preparations as I enjoyed the whole process with the fiance as well as with the couple! ❤


Supplies we obtained from:

  • Cotton flower bouquet, sponge and fake tree branches from:
    Wee Lee Nursery & Florist
    826 Tampines Street 81, Singapore 520826
    6786 3201
  • Vases, gold beads, dried flowers and ang pow box from: IKEA
  • Ribbons and Gold cloth (for the bare tree vase) from Joo Chiat plaza
  • Fairylights : Borrowed from SH’s husband
  • Other small fake flowers: Taobao
  • Dried flowers: Daiso
  • Wine glasses and table cloth: provided by Hotel (Ritz Carlton)



Day 3 @ Cairns- Kuranda Full Day Tour

I was actually looking forward to this tour! As usual, there was pickup transfer arranged by the tour agency which drove us to Kuranda. Kuranda is well known as the Village in Rainforest and is located just 25Km northeast of Cairns.

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Our first stop is at Tjapukai Cultural Park, where we were introduced to a show where performers will perform and demonstrated their culture which gave us insights on the authentic culture and traditions of the locak Djabugay people who had lived in the rainforest around Kuranda for tens of thousands of years.

Exhibition of their cultural pieces and artworks

Talk on the culture


After the show, we walked around the cultural village, learning how they use various of weapons for hunting, how they cook their food and how they make their own medicines. I especially enjoy their bush food and medicine presentation as well as the boomerang and spear throwing!

Cooking their own food:

Bush food and medicine demonstration:

There are vast selection of nuts, fruits and seeds where the man explained how the toxins are removed before consuming, and how they use the bush food for medicinal purposes. They even displayed termite nest where they will grind up and mix with water which can be a medical remedy for diarrhea.

Didgeridoo playing demonstration is one of the most entertaining show to watch and listen. He played various sounds of animals, including kangaroo hopping and wallaby hopping. There is also an explanation and demonstration of how they use boomerangs and spears as weapons for hunting.

They also gave us a demonstration of fire-making which I find it fascinating, and their famous Tjapukai dance performance which gave an insight of their beautiful dances and singing old songs.

With the performers

We had lunch buffet at their restaurant, which coupled with lunch performance to entertain us and I managed to get a taste of their underground cooking of the meat. Somehow, it does not suit my taste very well but the meat is definitely well cooked and chewy.

With the lunch performers

We proceeded on to take the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway to take a cable car to our next destination to explore the rest of Kuranda. We glided way high abover the canopy and enjoying such spectacular views of the rainforest, the Coral Sea and beautiful Cairns Highlands. Such breath-taking view!

As I was typing this post, I still feel such wonders of the beauty that the rainforst provided and I do feel like going back there again! I can see why people flocked to Kuranda. Despite the scorching hot weather, visiting the rainforest midway the cable car ride, we experienced such cooling breeze which feel like we were in an air-conditioned room. Unlike how we feel in Singapore forest, we do not feel warm or humid at all.


We reached our stop and headed straight to Kuranda Koala Gardens without much visiting the Kuranda Heritage Markets along the way as my friend was too excited and eager to see the koala since we did not interact much with the koala yesterday. It was quite a small park with few animals, though the main highlight is the koala.

Eastern Water Dragon

Feed time at wombat area


Long nosed Potoroo


We also visited the Birdworld Kuranda where we stepped right into the beautiful place which is filled with colorful and beautiful birds flocking around. I saw one little shy bird which the birdkeeper showed me how to stroke the bird without scaring it off. Such soft feathers!

Alast! We were too immersed with the beauty of the wildlife that Kuranda provided that we actually missed the train at the Scenic Railway! We were so disappointed as we were looking forward to the tunnels and looking out for the Barrons Falls. Hence, we had to pay additional AUD $50 just to take a cable car back to where we first started off. The ride back was really a depressing atmosphere where we were quite quiet and down in spirit.

But looking on the bright side, thankfully, we actually stop midway the cable car ride when we first rode and managed to catch a glimpse of the Barrons Falls. 🙂



Surprisingly, we managed to catch the ride from our tour company at the station with other tour groups! We were frantically looking for directions for buses but no avail when we caught sight of the tour staff and asked if we can get a ride to the Freshwater station where we supposed to meet after the missed train ride. Phew!

Next is dinner, where we actually booked a reservation earlier to get a good seat at the second storey to have a nice scenery view of the sunset. But sadly, the trees were blocking but still, it is lovely to dine there.

My friends bought the fish of the day (seasonal), but I couldn’t remember the name of the dish as it was on the separate menu. My friends commented that the fish isn’t that good as compared to the fish dish we ordered the night before at Dundee restaurant. I ordered Youvetsi which is the traditional beef stew baked with kritharaki and kefalograviera. I love beef stew but somemore, their dish is not up to my taste so I ended up not being able to finish it.

Fish of the day

Love this dessert! I think it is like donut balls with sweet syrup.


I shall end my post here for the third day of Cairns!

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You can refer to my past post if you haven’t read:

Part 1 of my Cairns trip

Part 2 of my Cairns trip


Day 2 @ Cairns – Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures

I finally completed this post, which is way overdue!
You can refer to my past post if you haven’t read Part 1 of my Cairns trip.

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On the second day, I woke up the earliest as I couldn’t really sleep much last night as the air con was too cold. And while waiting for the girlfriends to get ready, I decided to spend some minutes sketching the view from my balcony using copic markers!

Balcony view of the waterfront

It was half day tour at the Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures, which is one of the best places to see crocodiles and local wildlifes in the Tropical North Queensland. It was about 40 km north of Cairns. Hartley’s Adventures is a wildlife park which comprises of 5 distinct zones as you walk along their boardwalks and pathways. To view their pictorial map and further information, you can refer to their website here.

My friend took a picture of this while we were travelling towards the farm:

Lovely view!


Reached the Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures!

Together with the girlfriends who make the trip enjoyable!

First view when we stepped into the sanctuary. We saw crocodile lurking around the cafe.

At the start of the tour, the tour guide (one of Hartley’s staff) is quite an entertaining man, educated us on the crocodile farming and interesting facts on crocodiles while bringing us around the farm where they breed Estuarine crocodiles. This gave us some insights into how crocodile farming contributes to the conservation of wild crocodiles and their habitat. The guide took out a baby crocodile to show us closeup of the skin and it wasn’t as cold as I thought!

Crocodile farm

The guide and the baby crocodile


Next, we were brought to the Hartley’s Lagoon where it was actually a boat cruise which allow us to obtain such close view of the crocodiles, and appreciating their capabilities and understanding their importance in the wetland community. You should actually try the boat cruise because it is the most memorable experience so far, watching the crocodile feeding up close.

At the lagoon

Spoiler video ahead!


We explored the rest of the park which includes koala, water birds, wallabies and cassowaries where we get to see wallaby and kangeroo feeding. They were so adorable! Howvere, sadly, as there was such big crowd, we didn’t get to interact much with the koala and miss their feeding time. But we weren’t concerned as we will get to experience that the next day!


Wallaby 🙂

Kangaroo lying like a boss

Happened to see this sign at the gate as we move up the boardwalk:

Apparently there is a shy wallaby who prefer to be alone away from his peers

Tiger Quoll which is largest marsupial carnivore living in mainland Australia.

Tiger Quoll

Look how sweet it looks when it is sleeping!

Emu bird

Do you know how to differentiate between male and female for Cassowary birds?

Both are similar in appearance but the female is generally larger than the male, with a taller casque, and is brighter in colour 🙂

Cassowary Bird during feeding time

Megalania, the ancient giant butcher. A huge creature which look like a lizard, where it was suggested to have roamed the inland plains. They died out around the same time as other giant birds and mammals which reasons were unknown. However, its smaller relatives are still dominant predators today.

Relative of Megalania? Please correct me if I am wrong!

Koala bears after their feeding time

After exploration, we excitedly went to the wildlife amphitheater to watch the Crocodile Attack show which is intriging and engaging at the same time! A definite highlight of the whole tour!

Spoiler video ahead!

A parting goodbye between the keeper and the crocodile:


That’s the end of our tour! We traveled back to our hotel and I managed to catch a video of the scenery on the way back:


We decided to take a walk along the boardway of the waterfront which we seen at our balcony view towards Dundee Restaurant for dinner.

Nice breeze by the sea!

Seafood dinner @ Dundee Restaurant on the Waterfront

I ordered Barra Supreme and it was freaking a huge portion which costed a whooping AUD$39.90! Thanks to the $50 voucher (per person), we could afford splurging on ourselves. And it was good that it is a huge meal because I have an enormous appetite despite my small build. I was feeling nicely full after the meal actually.

Their dessert menu was really creative where it was not in a form of booklet but rather, the waitress would walk to our table with a beautiful, visually appealing displays of dessert for us to choose from (It is fake of course!):

Dessert menu

Who can resist saying no to dessert??!!

Being a chocolate brownie lover, I decided to choose chocolate brownie with chocolate ice cream. The waitress explained that it will be very chocolate-ly and suggested changing the ice cream to vanillia but my mind screamed “NO!!! I want CHOCOLATE!” and yes, I get everything in chocolate. DROOLS.

Pardon me for the bad quality of the picture as the place was pretty dimmed. Not a good choice for a handphone camera.

That’s about it for the second day!

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Stay tuned for the next post where we visited the Kuranda which is the best part of our whole journey!

Credits: Some of the photos credited to my girlfriends who agree to let me post them here!



Day 1 – Getaway to Cairns, Australia

3 weeks back in early december, I finally had a getaway from my busy life and away from the bustling streets of Singapore. It was a huge relief getting away from work because I was entirely drained emotionally and so I hopped onto the plane with 2 of my good friends of nearly 10 years! We decided to test waters of our 10 years friendship by travelling together for the first time (Just joking!).  And of course, we have known each other for so long, there is not much of a squabble at all and drop all pretense of politeness as we looked out for one another.

We bought tour package (6 Days, 5 Nights) to Cairns from Jetabout Holidays, and everything went very smooth with them! So I will recommend them if you ever want to get a tour package to Australia. They respond fast to my emails and clarify all my doubts prior to the trip.

So first day is the usual boring procedure of checking in at the airport and camwhoring, while waiting to board the plane. So I shall forward ahead and not bore your to tears to where we arrived at Cairns Airport in Australia in afternoon and getting transportation which was arranged by Airport Connections to transfer us to our hotel, Cairns Rydges Tradewinds.  To be honest, we weren’t quite enthusiastic in arriving at our hotel because we read so many bad reviews about the hotel (after we choose the hotel, that is!) with much horror. So we actually arrived with trepidation, not expecting anything good.

In actual fact, everything is quite decent! Not so run-down as I thought, and everything is quite clean. Maybe we were not expecting anything so it actually surpass our expectations. So far so good! The hotel staff were excellent in their services and pretty friendly and helpful. The receptionist actually offered to help us to settle all the tour package pick up timings for all of the tour dates. Kudos to him!

The most wonderful thing is that we have 5 beds in our room (I request for 3 beds, not sure why we got 5 though), so we actually create our own personal corners. 🙂

Taken at night after dinner


Swimming pool


A little video tour of our room:


It has such an awesome scenery from the balcony!

I didn’t take video of the bathroom because it was occupied and afterwards I plain forgotten to video it after that! My bad. But so far, being a person who is particular about the washrooms, it has so far met my expectations…so far so good! The bad part was that the shower head was right above the bath tub, so it can get slippery while showering so be sure to bring extra slipper just for standing on bath tub as what we did!

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First day in Cairns is just free and easy, and it was such a small town where we staying so we decided to walk to Cairns Shopping Central to get groceries and strolled around in search for dinner. And imagine when we saw trees full of bats “chirping” so loudly as we walked passed them! Not a common sight in Singapore so we were quite enthralled and busy taking pictures and videos of the bats while locals just walked by nonchalantly.


Dinner at Kebab at Cairns Shopping Central! Note to self, never eat that in public. We ate until it got so messy with sauces dripping all over our tray and hands. Little wonder why people asked for takeaways instead of dining there.

Cairns Shopping Central

Dinner place

That’s it for first day so far!

Stay tuned for Day 2!


Credits: Thanks to my lovely girlfriends for all their photos to be put on my blog!  





Media Invite| Trick Eye Museum @ Resorts World Sentosa (Part 2)

It has been a year since I last visited Trick Eye Museum as mentioned in my past post dated 2014. Recently, the museum has just revamped their museum, so this means there are new themes, artworks and a newly introduced 4D concept!

I was honored to be invited by Trick Eye Museum to experience their newly revamped museum, and I decided to bring along my fiance and friends to explore the wonders that the museum provides since it will be the first time experience for my friends 🙂

To summarize, Trick Eye Museum offers the concept of using two-dimensional artworks to create three-dimensional artworks via use of optical illusions, allowing us to explore many possibilities of using creative poses to “tell” a story.

As I have already blogged about the background and history of the museum, this post will be the continuation of photos of new artworks, as some artworks remains the same as last year so the boy and I did not take the same artworks. But thanks to my friends, they agreed to let me post their photos on my blog 🙂

Please click here for Part one of Trick Eye Museum post (2014) if you have not read it yet, before continuing this post!

So here’s the themes which they have introduced for this year:

Unveil The ‘Mystery’
Discover best hidden secrets of 4D space. This theme allow you to ‘Touch’ and feel it yourself as you do some creative poses with the artworks.

Re-ignite the Excitement
The artworks displayed vibrant and action-themed artworks where you will be immerse into a world of excitement and adventure.

Overcome The ‘Supernatural’
This is one of my favorite exhibits! You will meet friendly ghosts, surrounded with fantasy that you never experience in real life. Enjoy having fun in taking part of the spooky scenes with the objects and characters together with your friends!

Immerse into a Fairytale Romance
Another favorite of mine! Lovely and fun loving exhibits which make excellent props for couples, friends and family as you get suck into the dreamy scenes of the museum.

Escape into ‘Fantasy’
The world of fantasy unveiled as you stepped into the theme and get a ride on a flying horse or getting trapped in a crytsal ball. You will also get to experience the winter wonderland together with your buddy!

Explore the ‘Trick World’
This is one of the exhibt that you shouldn’t miss. Ranging from fighting with the giant to being a beautiful ballerina, you will experience all sorts of the impossiblities at Trick World.

So now, I shall spam you with photos here! Great thanks to my awesome friends and the boy for the photos!


Interaction with 4D artworks


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It isn’t any day where you can stand on a ball with one leg 🙂


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Getting a good sense of balance and stability. Teamwork matters!

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Getting a ride in a centaur carriage

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Striking a pose with a lion balancing on a ball


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Found him hiding under a lid!


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Climbing icy mountain not my thing

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Love this one!

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Trapped in a crystal ball

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Big Bear Hug

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Getting ready to fly into the moon

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So flexible!

Can’t help thinking that the girl’s face looks so real

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Can’t help thinking that the girl’s face looks so real!

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She made a very good jockey!

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Am I really that heavy?

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Saw this little girl who was fighting with the giant. Really cute!

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Face off!

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Floating slippers

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And now, my favorite picture of the day to end this post:

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Picture of the day!

I am so in love with this prop that I made it into my facebook cover. 🙂 One good thing about taking pictures in Trick Eye museum is that you get to have your own mini photoshoot with your friends and make it into profile pictures or even a photobook!

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Promotion Time:

Currently, Trick Eye Museum is having ticketing promotion where you will 15% discount off regular price if you book the tickets online!  Key in Discount Code “trickeyesg” before checking out to enjoy the promotion!

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Part 1: Part one of Trick Eye Museum post (2014)

Disclaimer: All photos and opinions are of my own unless otherwise stated.