It’s been a while since we visited museums but this week, we checked out the latest exhibitions at the Arts Science Museum located at the Marina Bay Sands.
The Trick Eye Museum is one of Singapore’s newest attraction. It was opened in public last June 8th of 2014 and it offers a different perspective to its visitors.
Visiting London’s Madame Tussaud’s is one of our to-do lists and after checking their website to buy tickets online, we decided that maybe it’s better if we buy from the counter so we won’t be pressured by the time indicated on our tickets. I mean, plans may always be changed and we may not know if we’ll have an early or late lunch on our first day in town.
Our last stop, before they went back to Manila, was the newly-opened Madame Tussaud’s Singapore. I booked online and got their Early Bird ticket price valued at SGD 20.00. The museum opened last October 25th, and we went to visit on their 2nd week. It is located at the Imbiah Station in Sentosa. From Harbourfront Station, you have to take a short ride using the Sentosa monorail and alight on the purple station (2nd station). After you go out of the monorail, you have to walk for around 7 minutes including the escalator ride to reach the Madame Tussaud’s Museum.
I would like to share with you the photos that I took last year when we went to the S.E.A. Aquarium and The Maritime Experiential Museum.
All the photos were shot by yours truly using Samsung S4.
The Maritime Experiential Museum
The Maritime Experiential Museum is the only museum in Singapore where visitors can experience Asia’s rich maritime history and discover Singapore’s past as a trading port. This trip back in time begins along the ancient Maritime Silk Route, which recreates the sights, sounds and scents of the bustling bazaars and where you can interact with the exhibits.