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Bangkok is not renowned for its art galleries, and while Art In Paradise might not be traditional art, it is a highly enjoyable and educational fun stop for the entire family, just make sure to bring... Read More
Bangkok is not renowned for its art galleries, and while Art In Paradise might not be traditional art, it is a highly enjoyable and educational fun stop for the entire family, just make sure to bring your camera and some willingness to ham it up. Art in Paradise is the brainchild of Shin Jae Yeol, a Korean who has now brought three 3D art museums to Thailand, one in Pattaya, one in Chiang Mai, and the latest to Bangkok. 3D or illusion art seeks to turn ordinary two dimensional artwork into three dimensional interactive pieces, and at Art in Paradise visitors get to be part of the paintings and get creative in terms of how they want to see and be in the picture. Needless to say, the results are one incredible photo op, and in a Facebook and Instagram crazy country like Thailand, you can just imagine how much fun people have posing. You can surf on big ocean waves, cross hanging bridges in the jungle, or hang out in new takes on old classic Dutch Masters or Van Gogh paintings. Some of the paintings are quite well executed, while others are just there to ensure that you get creative and have a whale of a time doing so.