Wall and floor arts can be seen inside the Trick Eye Museum, an interactive 4D museum that features art masquerading as optical illusions. With this e-voucher, guests can immerse themselves in six themed zones with various situational arts. In Mystery, they can pose with a giant baby that’s holding another person captive. They can also ride a carriage or look like they're serving someone’s head on a table.
The Excitement zone, on the other hand, presents some danger in the form of art. The walls in this zone have giant snakes and fishes that seem ready to attack. It also has wall arts of cute pandas hanging on a bamboo and a guy climbing an icy mountain. Magic comes to life in Supernatural, where guests can pose as if they're floating mid-air. They can also look like they're trapped inside an hourglass or balancing for their life across a very thin bridge.
Ride the moon and hop on a motorcycle with a werewolf in Fairy Tale, the fourth themed zone of the museum. Here, guests can also dance on ice or explore the world aboard a magic carpet. In Fantasy, they can pose like a butterfly, be carried by a flying horse, or relax under a mushroom with a frog all in a day’s visit. Finally, they can be their own hero in Trick World, the zone where guests can be whoever they want to be. Here, they can be a ballerina, an equestrian, or a kung fu fighter. They can even ride the Merlion as a shark dives nearby.