Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai 3D Art Museum, Chiang Mai

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Delve deep into the imaginary realm at Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai 3D Art Museum, a gallery displaying interesting exhibits of illusionary art. With full wall murals designed as optical illusions, this innovative art and cultural space will involve you into the artwork in convincing and humorous ways. Playing with sensory perception, the works here create a wide variety of 3D scenes, where each setting comes to life and draws you into its environment. Make sure you head to the gift shop to pick up a memento of your time here. To visit Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai 3D Art Museum and get the most from your holiday in Chiang Mai, create itinerary details personal to you using our Chiang Mai trip builder.
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  • Visited this museum on a particularly wet day with my 20 year old daughter. We had so much fun and took heaps of fun photos. Great for families but not cheap. 400 baht for Thailand seemed expensive al...  more »
  • This place was a nice change up from walking around the city all day. Bring your camera! There are a ton of 3D paintings that make it fun to play around with them. Get creative and silly, it makes for...  more »
  • Entrance fee is THB 400 per person. The 3D paints of each corner can kill your camera battery, and you can simply spend 2 to 3 hours here. Cool place.  more »
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  • Good for the family-- kids will surely have a blast here. I brought my girlfriend and friend once here and they loved it. The 3D renderings inside are cool. There's also a coffee shop just outside (though you can drive/walk a couple of meters and you'll find cheaper shops). Anyway-- if you are tired of seeing what is outside or of the same old stuff, this place might be the answer. Or if you have got kids with you and you want them to have visual orgasm and mind-melting experience, bring em here 😂
  • Art in Paradise has three outlets in Thailand - Pattaya, Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Each of them has their own 3D arts so if you already visited an outlet, it is still worth the price to visit outlet in another province. The Chiang Mai outlet is a large building with high ceiling which means more rooms for large 3D arts. Be sure to fully charge your camera or have a spare battery/memory card as you probably will sacrificed hundreds of shutter count here.
  • I enjoyed this way more than I thought I would! The exhibit is pretty cool and you can make your way through the entire thing in about a half an hour. This is if you're stopping and taking pics of course. I can't give this place 5 stars because it is a little pricey at 400 baht per adult, which is about $11 us dollars. This should be under 10 bucks easily. If you have kids, it's a definite must.
  • I loved it, but my husband was bored.... You definitely need to be able to appreciate the effort that was put into the 3D art to enjoy it. My husband and I came here and I forced him to take pictures of me in almost all the areas - the art is wonderful many are interactive. While we are in our 20's, this would be a great place for families or groups of friends to go and have some fun at (and in air conditioning). Be prepared to wear shoes that come on and off easily, as you need to remove your shoes to go on most art displays.
  • Let's be honest, its way overpriced. Locals at least get half price with a driver's license. That said, how can you not go at least once?