A few months ago in January, I visited the Singapore Science Centre together with Rachel and her sister, Eunice. It was like down memory lane again, with childhood memories gushing back as I bump into some of the older exhibits which were there since I was a primary school kid.
We watched a film about Egyptian mummies at the Omni-Theatre too. It sucks and reminded me why the Omni-Theatre had never been one of my favourites. The tickets are over-priced and the films they show are usually quite hollow in content. However, the other exhibits and attractions at the Science Centre more than make up for it.
Here are some photos to share. 🙂
Giant pendulum balls
Mozzies’ larvaes on exhibit
Holographic image of President Nathan, which can move like those magic photos in Hogwart
An exhibit playing with mirror images
Nice image hor? Sadly, I don’t remember what this is
Retro robot design
My favourite manga character, Astroboy!
Great white shark taxidermy
Orang utan taxidermy (NO, it’s not Ah Meng)
Electric eel yawning
Chip and Dale, Rescue Rangers
Board game featuring Dolly the cloned sheep
Strange exhibit featuring mutant heroes and Star Wars characters
Holographic space image
Rachel and me
Optical illusion: Can you spot the image of the women in between the pillars?
Something to make you dizzy
The white thing with algae growing on it is actually a stone fish
Another stone fish – can you see it?
Wooden mummy casing
Ingredients for making mummies
Rachel with an Egyptian cat
Description is cool right? The model is not – check out the image below
This “Roman War God” wears a helmet fashioned from a broom!
Finally, a trick tikam which conned us into buying some fugly stickers
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