Have you ever been to a 3D Art Museum?
If not yet, Art in Paradise will surprise you with its creative and spectacular illusional arts. Art in Paradise is known to be the first art 3D museum in Bangkok. If you are residing in Thailand or visiting Bangkok for the first time, don’t miss this place for this museum is unlike anywhere else.
They also have branches in Pattaya and Chiangmai.
I had visited this museum once but surprisingly, I enjoyed the second time too. The first time was with my cousins, aunt, and uncle. The second time was just recently with my mom, siblings, and cousin. They traveled to Bangkok to attend my cousin’s wedding. I decided to bring them to this museum because they haven’t been to a museum like this before. I felt confident that they will be amazed and I was not wrong.
Upon entering, you will be led through the ticket booth. You will have to buy a ticket and you will be asked to leave your shoes and sandals in another window. You can claim these after exiting the museum.
An adult ticket is 400 THB while a child is 200 THB.
What to see inside the museum?
2-3 hours is enough to explore the museum. You will be occupied with taking photos the whole time that you will lose track of time. (for sure!)
Here are the best shots of me and my family to give you a sneak peek of what to expect inside. Be prepared with your acting skills and a little facial expression change.
I feel like I posted a lot of photos here but in reality, it’s not even half of what to see inside. We loved our time together and our photos have tripled in only a few hours. =)
Art in Paradise in Bangkok
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00 (Ticket Booth closes at 21:00)
Location: Esplanade Shopping 4th-floor floor Address: Ratchadapisek Road, Din Daeng
Tel: +66 2 660 9130
Price Range: 400baht for adults, 200 for children
How to get there?
1. I would suggest a taxi ride for it’s the most convenient option.
2. You can also take the BTS train to Asok Station and from there, transit to the underground MRT Sukhumvit Station to Thailand Cultural Centre Station. Exit to No.3 and turn left. You will then see the Esplanade Shopping Mall. Art in Paradise is on the 4th floor.
Check it out, guys! I hope you will like it too.
Do you have a favorite art museum? Where and what did you like about it?