Monday, June 30, 2014

Trick Eye Museum Singapore

After we have children, DaDi and I would date each other to have couple time once in a while. 80% of our dates is dining out, like recently, we embarked on cafe hopping, to an extent that we are a bit sick of Egg Benedict. 19% of our dates include doing household chores or grocery shopping. And I think the remaining 1% is movie dates. Well, it seems that there is a lack of variation.

When Trick Eye Museum Singapore opened recently, I thought it was an interesting place to have a date with DaDi!


Help! Trapped by a giant baby!


Maaamaaaa!!!!


Doing a handstand is so easy.

We took about 1.5 hour for DaDi to take photo of me (DaDi does not really like to be in the photo). So if you are going with your whole kampong (village), then be prepared to take more than 1.5 hour! Overall, the experience was quite pleasant, except that it was very crowded as we visited during the opening promotion period!

It is important to be sporting during the photo-taking, I was glad that I learnt some poses from Sengkang Babies before our visit.

Well, for once, our couple time does not involve doing household chores, grocery shopping or just dining out.


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7 comments :

  1. These trick of the eye photos are amazing. Love them all. I'll bet the little ones wished they were in the photos now it's over. I'm glad you nejoyed your time.

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    1. Francene, thank you! I think my children may appreciate the photo-taking experience when they are older, of course, it would be lovely to take these interesting photos with them!

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  2. This looks like so much fun!
    As always, I love your pictures!

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  3. So fun! My girl will climb too but then again, she will also like to pose haha

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    1. Madeline, your daughter can pose! Mine would climb and jump!

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  4. Hello, thank you for visiting Trick Eye Museum and hope you had great time time with us. We would like to share some of your photo at TEM in our blog for English speakers (http://trickeye.blogspot.com). If it's okay for you, please let us know. Thank you! ;)

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