Art in Paradise 3-D Art Museum
Chiang Mai’s 3-D Art museum is a favorite of tourists and locals.
Chiang Mai has an endless variety of activities for people of all ages. When many people think of Thailand, they think of wild beach parties, bars, and The Hangover. However, there has been a big effort to make the Kingdom more family-friendly, and many cities, including Chiang Mai, with more wholesome options along with the bar scene.
One of these options is Art in Paradise, a 3-D museum enjoyed by both foreign tourists and Thai people. It features “Illusion Art,” which uses special painting techniques resulting in a 3-D effect. Visitors are encouraged to photograph themselves and companions interacting with the displays, resulting in amazingly realistic photos.
Illusion Art looks incredibly realistic in pictures.
The museum is divided into 8 areas, each featuring 3-D replicas of famous art or iconic scenery such as the Mona Lisa, works by van Gogh, waterfall and volcano scenes, King Kong, Aladdin’s magic lamp, mermaids, and more.
Many popular scenes include dangerous situations, which make fun photos.
Zones: Zoo zone, Aquarium zone, Dinosaur zone, Thai zone, Lanna (northern Thai culture) zone, Egyptian zone, Surrealist Art zone, and Classic Art zone.
Visitors can interact with works by famous painters; this is a great way to get kids interested in art.
They also have a nice coffee shop and restaurant with good prices.
They are open daily from 9 am to 9 pm. It is best to go early, before it gets crowded so you can more easily take pictures. I was also told that Monday is the least popular day for tourists, so it is less crowded. I went on a Wednesday afternoon, and it wasn’t bad at all. Admission is 300 baht (around $10) for adults and 200 baht (around $7) for children. More info:
Address: 199/99 Changklan Rd., Changklan, Muang Chiangmai, 50200
Tel: +66 (0)53274100
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