05 July 2009

Singapore Art Museum

It was juz 1 month+ ago that we visited the museum and early this morning we went to the museum again. However, this time round was Singapore Art Museum. We weren't arty farty of course!

Toy Carnival
We went there bcos papa wanna go to the Toy Carnival. A rather big event for toy lover ya! Didi and I are toy lovers too!

Mask Rider
We were greeted by some of the cosplayers the moment we stepped in. Many people were crowding around the mask riders and the storm troopers waiting to take peektures with 'em.

cotton candy
The 1st thing we did was to queue for free popcorn and cotton candy. Didi dun really like the cotton candy so papa gotto eat.

on shoulder
After which, we looked around inside the museum. There were some toys on exhibition and stalls selling their toys too. Some of the stalls were at Level 2.

Transformers toys were the current hottest thing in line with the movie on the big screen now. There were buyers going for other stuffs too.

balloon sculpting
Mummy saw the balloon sculpting booth and decided to order one for didi. She was fascinated by this spiderman actually but guess which design she has ordered????

Making of car balloonCar balloon
It's didi's fave - Lightning McQueen from the Cars cartoon.

We went to Level 2 to look around after collecting the balloon. This was where papa started spending his money le. There were many robots on sale. How can papa resist the temptations?
He got himself 3 big boxes of toys.

Wenz w/toy
We saw Uncle Calvin at the Falcon Hangar's booth and he gave me this toy.

It is a fruitful trip for papa, didi and me as we all got something for ourselves! (",)


  1. Ha! Ha! I like the candy floss aka cotton candy!

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  3. Klo k SIngapure, ajak2 lah bro, he,,he.. Nice pictures

  4. aiya, I should had read your blog earlier than I can go also!

  5. What an interesting blog, introduced by a thought-provoking photo. The unusual wall painting of the dwellings is also a strangely modern interpretation. Something like this hieroglyphic view of a park by Swiss painter Paul Klee, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8LT475.
    The image can be seen at wahooart.com who can supply you with a canvas print of it.


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