Pattaya 3D interactive art museum, "Art in Paradise"
If you like taking interactive photos then the three d art museum in Pattaya will provide the scene for you. This is a great venu to visit with a nice looking Thai lady and there are plenty in Pattaya. Most pretty Thai girls love having their photo taken. At this venue the props and scenery are already set up for you to shoot some creative and interesting images.
The Pattaya 3D interactive art museum, "Art in Paradise", is the inspiration of Mr. Shin Jae Yeoul a 44 year old South Korean university graduate who has settled in Thailand. Mr Shin and his 10 partners invested more than 45 million Thai baht to create the " Art in Paradise" 3D interactive wall art paintings and drawings museum in Pattaya. The paintings were painted by 12 Korean artists.
The 3D wall art museum was created in a building that used to be the very large Palladium night club disco in North Pattaya opposite the Tiffany's show on Second Road. The total indoor area is 5,800 square meters.
Museum Gallery Layout
The gallery features more than 130 (one hundred and thirty) life size paintings. The inside area is divided into ten main zones.
Zone 1: Will tease your eyes with illusion created by the skillful use of colors and shadows.
Zone 2: Under water world. Interact with several types of marine life paintings.
Zone 3: Wild animals such as elephants and giraffes.
Zone 4: Paintings by famous artists such as Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci (1503), The Birth Of Venus by Sandro Botticelli (1486) or The Gleaners by Jean-Francois Millet (1857).
Zone 5: Wonders of the world such as the Pyramids of Egypt, ancient temples of Ayutthaya and Machu Picchu.
Zone 6: Surrealism art.
Zone 7: Animals from ancient times such as fire dragons and dinosaurs.
Zone 8: A kind of natural aqua zone with paintings of waterfalls.
Zone 9: Takes you into the jungles and forests.
Zone 10: A collection of paintings portraying various moods set by Independent artists.
Taking Photos inside Art in Paradise.
The management encourages photo taking inside the museum. At the side of each painting is a plaque with useful instructions and suggestions about how to interact with the paintings. For example you might like to position yourself so that it appears as though you have become part of the painting. One painting includes a huge shark with jaws open appearing to jump out of the wall. You could place your head near the shark to make it look like it is about to bite your head off.
Another painting features a large sea eagle with its broad wings fully extended soaring out of the picture frame. Its talons are streched out creating the illusion that it could be grasping on to something. At this painting you might also like to interact with the 3D art by leaning over with your arms outstreatched toward the eagle's talons resulting in the illusion that the eagle is carrying you away.
Flash photography is not allowed inside the art gallery. So you will need a tripod for your camera if you wish to take some serious well lit photos. The lighting at Art in Paradise is set up to enhance the interactive guidelines provided by the museum.
Location: 78/34 Moo 9, Second Road, Nong Prue, Bang La Mung, Chonburi 20150
Foreign adults 500 baht.
Foreign children 300 baht (height not exceeding 120 cm.)
Thai adult 150 baht
Thai child 100 baht (height not exceeding 120 cm.)
Operating Hours: 09.00 - 21.00