It has been pretty boring in Singapore lately until I received an invitation to visit Alive Museum Singapore and boy was I exciteddddd!
Alive Museum at Suntec City is one of the new attractions that promises to be a fun and unique experience for the whole family or with your group of friends! The biggest 3D illusionary museum in Singapore offers a sensory experience that tricks one's visual, physical and environmental perceptions, bringing fantasy to reality.
With 10,000 sq ft of space, there's plenty of exhibitions and space for you to touch and feel and fully immerse yourself in them. What really impressed me was their digital installations because too much still exhibitions can get quite boring sometimes...
Bow down to le derp!
Back in mommy's tummy (but she's not that skinny!!!)
This photo is so apt because it's milo peeing into G's face LOL
And just look at that face #cannotmaintain
Why shower at home when you can shower with merlion!
This dark room is my fave because there's mirrors all around with a disco ball in the middle, not forgetting som retro music playing in the background so IT'S YOUR TIME TO SHINE~
If you're wearing a dress/skirt you might wanna be careful in this room because...yup.
Have you seen anyone so happy eating poop ice cream? These two :p
Stepping on top of oblivion
This windmill installation is pretty cool because when you blow on one of the windmills the other windmills behind get activated which produces wind to blow up Marilyn's dress. (:<
One thing I like about Alive Museum is that there's plenty of space to take photos and also because we went on a weekday there was very little people inside so more time to play around with the different installations!
Just let me die already!
Pretty much sums up our frienship :p
The paper boat installation is my top fave among all because no matter who you take it with, it looks sentimental and mellow which makes you go 'nawwwwwww'.
The Alive Museum Singapore is located at
Suntec City Mall #03-372
(Between Towers 3 & 4)
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm Daily
Ticket Prices: $25 (Adults), $20 (Children 3-12yo)
To get there by train, the easier way will be to take the circle line and drop off at Promenade and follow the signs that leads you to Suntec City and just head straight up to the 3rd floor!