3D Illusionary at the Alive Museum Singapore

Have you ever thought of doing something different with your family, friends or partner? Visit the Alive Museum Singapore at Suntec City Mall, #03-372 (Between Towers 3 and 4), which opens daily from 10 am to 10 pm (last admission at 9 pm).

Here are some interesting art you can view at the Museum and you can share your photos at Twitter@AliveMuseumSG, Instagram@AliveMuseumSG or Facebook@Alive Museum Singapore. What you need to do is just tap to the free Wi-Fi.

Do I look like a baby sleeping in my mother’s womb?

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Who wants some soft serve ice cream? LOL !


Round 1 ……….. Fight !


Caught by an Enormous Baby…….help!!!

I wish I could fly like a bird to see the beautiful world.


Don’t eat me ! I’m not your food……..


I’m going to save the penguins from falling out of the painting, come and help me, don’t just stand there !


My hubby and I had a fun time here ! Do visit the Alive Museum Singapore at Suntec City and experience the fun 🙂


How to get there? If you are coming from the convention centre, Tower 1, 2 or 5, go down to basement 1 and you will see Fountain of Wealth. Look for the overhead signage for towers 3 & 4 at the stairs between Giant supermarket and Grandma’s restaurant. Go up to Level 3 and you will find Alive Museum Singapore.

Public transport : Promenade MRT Station Exit C (CC4 on Circle Line)

Entrance Fee for Adult is SGD 25, Child (3-12 years) is SGD 20 and Family Value Pack will be SGD 60 (2 Adult & 1 Child, each additional child is SGD 10)

Current promotion will be like Alive Museum on Facebook and you will get a free meal at Burger King Suntec with purchase of a full-priced ticket. Offer ends on 30 September 2014 ! Click here http://alivemuseum.sg/news-events/promotions/ to redeem your meal ! * Terms and conditions applys.

For more information you can visit the website at http://www.alivemuseum.sg



Cheap shoe, Expensive shoe at Chinatown !

Never have I thought of selling shoes at the Chinese New Year Fair at Chinatown Point. Oh Yes! It’s happening to me right now! I was helping my friend at the shoe stall.

To be honest, I was curious about how it would feel like to sell shoes. That is my character, a curious Gemini! Our shoe stall opens from 10 am to 10 pm daily till 29 Jan 2014.


The Horse Year in 2014


Look at these flower pattern design of the slippers, they only sell at $10 each.
Nice and cheap, you can’t find anywhere else except at our shoe stall only during Chinese New Year Fair.


These colourful shoes are the most sellable at the stall.
It cost only $13.90.I remember there was one customer who happened to passerby our stall and was stopped by this shoes design.
She asked which colour suits her ? Purple shoes or blue shoes ?
I choose blue for her. She praises me for good customer service because I make her feel comfortable when talking to her.


These cover shoes are very comfortable to wear for long hours walk.
Retail price at only $15.90.


If you are a sporty person, you can choose this design of cover shoes.
I don’t remember the price, but definitely very cheap.


These sandals are for adult and children.
Tourists like to buy them.
The selling price is $29.90


I like shimmering sandals.
Ladies like to wear this kind of design, casual and comfort when shopping.
The price range is from $16.90 to $19.90


Do these cartoon look cute to you?
We have adult and children size.
$10 per pair.


Oh tats me! Selfie photo when I was having my break time.
That afternoon, the weather was very hot ! Lucky I brought along my manual fan.
Despite the hot weather, I got to enjoy myself that day.
I got to talk to different people – tourist, office worker etc during lunch time. Housewives, students and granny who spoke Cantonese.
Luckily, my dialect is Cantonese and I can speak well, thanks to my grandparents who practised the language with me since young.


We have bring in a lot of new design shoes.
Come and visit our shoe stall if you haven’t buy your new year shoe yet.


Self post with all my shoe design.


2nd Self post with all my shoe design.


Looks who was here? Grace Tan the winner of the Best Individual Category was here to visit our stall.
So surprise and delighted to see her. http://wp.me/149Zw


My mind starts to think how do I feel about that day? Knowing that setting up a stall is a tough work. You have to impart money, your time, put in extra effort and everything you have to do on your own.
Like before the stall is opened, we have to display our shoes. Make sure you know how to find your shoe in your stock asap to prevent customer from waiting. Arrange your stock in such a way that we can walk around without injuring ourselves. Check cashier machine that we have sufficient small notes and coins before start to sell.
When a customer visits your stall, you have to make them feel welcome, hear what are their needs and provide advice to them. You need to be patience and like your job. Maybe I like shoes that’s why I been wanting to sell shoes. Interacting with the customer is very important, that way you will know what your customer wants and deliver to them. Dfferent types of customer you will encounter, and endure the hot sun of the day. When rain, you have to move your things to dry area.
At the end of the day, we need to do a report of our sales and hopefully you are earning a profit of each day rental fee. I find joy working with my friends in the stall. So if you haven’t bought your new year shoes or thinking of getting a new shoe, come over to our stall.The shoes we are selling are cheaper than those selling at the shopping mall but our design is the same, so why spend more if you can get a better deal with us.


How to go to Chinatown Point ?

By MRT – North-East Line – Chinatown Station (NE4)

 Last MRT service: 11.50pm

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 NE4  DT19 


By Bus

  Bus stop at South Bridge Road: C2, 166, 197, NR5
  Bus stop at Maxwell Road: 80, 145
  Bus stop at Eu Tong Sen Street (People’s Park Centre): 2, 12, 33, 54, 143, 147, 190, 520
  Bus stop at New Bridge Road (Chinatown Complex): 2, 12, 33, 54, 63, 124, 143, 147, 190, 520, 851, 961, 961C
  Bus stop at Eu Tong Sen Street (People’s Park Complex): 2, 12, 33, 61, 63, 80, 143, 197, 961, 970, CT8, CT18, CT28