Sprawled over a huge area on the third floor of Suntec City's Towers 3 and 4, the Alive Museum is billed as Singapore's largest 3D visual attraction. Less of a museum and more of a series of interactive optical illusions, the Alive Museum is filled with over 80 trick art, digital art, experimental art, and object art installations.
With a focus on creating a fun and interactive 3D experience, the concept of the Alive Museum originated in Korea, with each piece of art being conceptualised and hand-painted in Korea or Singapore. Visitors are invited to get involved and become a part of each installation across the different areas of the museum, where 3D painting techniques combine with mechanical and digital technologies to create illusionary images.
The Alive Museum is a huge attraction for visitors to Singapore, who go not only for the visual experience in itself, but for the opportunity to get their cameras and smartphones out to take the ultimate selfies.
The Alive Museum is open daily from 10am until 10pm, with last admissions being at 9pm. Adult tickets cost $25 SGD and child tickets (aged 3-12 years) are $20 SGD. A deal for two adults and one child is available for $60 SGD. The museum is located at the Suntec City Mall, which can be easily reached by alighting at both Esplanade and Promenade MRT stations.