In the recent month, Korean 3D Museums have washed up on Singapore and have since been the craze for everyone who enjoys taking photographs. Today we bring you our review of Alive Museum. It has opened officially on 21st June.
TIN staff, Samuel, Bo Mun and celebrity blogger, Joey with Account Executive from CROWD, Chee Ling
Why the name Alive Museum you might ask. Well, the exhibits are meant to look real and alive with 3D painting, shading and drawing techniques that create visual illusions. There are three types of art pieces which comprise of Trick Art, Digital Art and Object Art.
As you can see from some of the exhibits, based on the angle at which the photographs are taken, they can look quite different.
In Alive Museum Singapore, there are over 80 art pieces on display and in addition, visitors may also view 9 locally themed paintings.
The fun comes not only from the exhibits but also from the visitors! The exhibits are part of a story and you, the visitors are required to complete it. There are many different scenarios depicted and they look more alive if you can express yourself accordingly. It is your own unique masterpiece because the results depend on you.
Sitting in a kayak is too mainstream so Bo Mun decided to adopt a more creative posture.
Not good at taking photographs like me? There is no need to worry! In order to enhance the photo taking experience, exhibits are also marked with symbols to guide visitors to the best results. Simply follow the instructions indicated to achieve the most realistic photographs.
The Museum also offers free WiFi so visitors may upload their photographs immediately onto any social media platforms of their choice be it Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, just the way we Singaporeans like it.
If you think that being to the Alive Museum once is enough, think again. Special exhibits will be introduced to the Museum with festive seasons such as Christmas and Chinese New Year and their collection of exhibits will be refreshed yearly.
The latest promotion offered by Alive Museum is that for everyone who likes their Facebook page, they will get a free meal at Burger King Suntec with purchase of a full-priced ticket. Offer ends on 31st July.
Alive Museum Singapore
3 Temasek Boulevard #03-372 Suntec City Mall (between Towers 3 & 4)
Ticket Prices: $25 (Adults), $20 (Children 3-12 yrs)
Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily (Last Admission at 9pm)
Writer: Samuel Low