We went to Sentosa for a staycation in January, because the hubby wanted to utilise…
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On our 3rd day, it was quite “free and easy”. Partly because we knew that we don’t need to rush or really queue up for the next 2 attractions that we were visting.
After having our breakfast at McDonald’s, we made our way to the Trick Eye Museum.
Trick Eye Museum refers to art techniques that were being used, to turn 2D paintings into 3D images, thus “trick of the eye”.
I found some of the pictures quite interesting, shared by our friends, so decided to just make a trip there!
However, do note that there is no washroom inside the Museum, and no re-entry is allowed. The little one, while halfway through taking photos, decided to poop (lol). And we had to rush through many of the photos, giving up some “stations” which were occupied or difficult to pose with.
Though it was difficult to visit the Museum with a young toddler, we had fun posing there!
We decided to change her diaper at the nearest washroom, Malaysian Food Street, before heading back to the hotel to clean her properly and took a short break.
You will pass by the Maritime Experiential Museum to go into the Aquarium, and we had some fun looking at these items!
(Don’t miss out watching the short Zheng He movie near the entrance!)
The little one had fun looking at the many types of fishes – including her favourite Nemo and Dory! – and other sea creatures.