An Intergalactic Odyssey at The ArtScience Museum Singapore – Explore the Incredible Galaxy and Dive into the Flying Saucer Ball Pit

An Intergalactic Odyssey at The ArtScience Museum Singapore – Explore the Incredible Galaxy and Dive into the Flying Saucer Ball Pit

January 08, 2020







“Milk. Cereal. Intergalactic Travel. Not a Good Combination.”
– P. Anastasia

In the case of “An Intergalactic Odyssey” exhibition held at the ArtScience Museum Singapore, I’ll have to disagree with the above quote. Don’t worry, you won’t feel giddy at all, unlike the astronauts who are physically in space. You should enjoy a good milk and cereal breakfast before visiting the ArtScience Museum as you’ll certainly end up spending a long time at the exhibition trying to capture your desired pictures while being mesmerised by the outer-space.

Since young, I’ve always been curious about the mysterious galaxy and outer-space, so I’m pretty sure you can imagine how excited I’ve felt after finding out about this exhibition.

Held from 8 January to 16 February 2020, “An Intergalactic Odyssey” will take you on an out-of-this-world voyage to the edge of the galaxy and beyond. The multi-media fully immersive experience will take your breath away with stunning interstellar scenes and the flying saucer ball pit will definitely keep you entertained throughout the exhibition.

Time to get creative and strike a pose in space! Remember to wear light coloured clothes as the exhibition area is very dark. Moreover, you’ll get to twinkle brightly against the night sky in this exhibition. Are you ready to switch your Instagram to a galaxy-themed feed?

An Intergalactic Odyssey
Address: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
Opening Hours: Daily 10am to 7pm
Admission Fee: $7 per person

Note that this is a collaboration with ArtScience Museum.

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I’m a true-blue Singaporean who loves travel, photography, and food. I left my career in accountancy in 2014 to become a globetrotter. Since then, I’ve travelled to over 20 countries and have checked many adventures off my bucket list. I hope my readers will benefit from my first hand perspective of the trips.

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