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Entry Fee :
Adults: THB 300
Children: THB 200

Timings : 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Art in Paradise, Bangkok Overview

Art in Paradise is an innovative and interactive 3D art museum located at the Esplanade mall, Bangkok. The brainchild of Shin Jae Yol, it has many rooms filled with impressive artwork done by Korean and Thai artists. The primary motive behind this cultural haven was to help the public enjoy the experience of 3D art and illusion art.

This successful interactive attraction first launched in Pattaya in Thailand and then came to Bangkok and was a roaring success here as well. Often called the Trickeye Museum or 3D Museum by locals, Art in Paradise is a fun place to get away from the heat and sun of Bangkok, or seek shelter in the rain. This 2-storey gallery is packed with superbly executed 3D paintings which visitors can become a part of, and click some great photos with 3D illusion backgrounds.

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Paintings at the Exhibit

The limited space of Art in Paradise was illustrated with scenes on the floors and walls by Korean artists. These artists used their previous work experience in other 3D museums to maximise this space. There are many amazing 3D paintings at this museum. These range from 'Coronation of the Emperor' 'stairway to hell', 'ride a flying carpet', to many others. The paintings are divided into various zones here. These include:

Aquarium & Safari Zone

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This zone has adventurous pictures where you can walk over leaves in a pond, or cuddle inside a giant cat sprawled on the wall.
Classic Zone: The Classic Zone has hyper-realistic paintings of the Buddha, Van Gogh and many others who seem to peek out of the walls.
Fantasy Zone: Fantasy zone has an "Alice in Wonderland" touch to it. It begins with stairs leading into the wall followed by crashing waterfalls, jesters from the wall and much more.
Nature Zone

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The Nature Zone has some of the most hyper-realistic illusions of Gondolas floating in a canal, flying carpets, rickety ropeways leading to castles to name a few.
Modern Zone: Modern Zone hosts a general ambience with highlights such as mirrored cubes. Here, visitors that you can pop your head out of; effecting a floating or a Time magazine wall where you can become a part of its front cover.
Interactive Media Zone: This zone makes use of not just the floor and walls, but interactive LED lights to create some stunning 3D illusions.

How To Reach Art in Paradise, Bangkok

By Bus – You can take several buses to reach Art in Paradise. These include - 73, 528, 514, 517, 185, 137, 206, 98

By Skytrain / BTS – You can also take the Bangkok Skytrain known as BTS. There are two Skytrains:
- Sala Daeng Station (Silom Line) and transit to MRT (Si Lom Station)
- Asok Station (Sukhumvit Line) and transit to MRT (Sukhumvit Station) and take the MRT to Thailand Cultural Centre and get out Exit 3.

By Underground train / MRT – Take the MRT to Thailand Cultural Centre and get out Exit 3. Walk for 50 metres and Esplanade Mall which houses Art in Paradise will be on the left.

By Taxi – You can take a Taxi to Esplanade Ratchadapisek, which will stop about 500 metres away from Fortune Tower Stores.

By Tuk-Tuk – You can always take a trusted Tuk-Tuk after haggling the price to Art in Paradise.

By Foot – Finally, you could walk from wherever you are to Esplanade Mall and explore the city on the way as well.

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