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Visiting Art in Paradise Bangkok

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Art in Paradise, situated in Bangkok, is a fun place to visit for families, couples, and friends. It is a unique and interactive museum that offers hands-on exhibits of a 3D safari, dinosaurs, dioramas, and a lot other nice photography-featured attractions. It's, undoubtedly, a holiday destination where you can spend hours making artistic memories with your loved ones.

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A Day in Life at Bangkok’s Amazing Art in Paradise

A Day in Life at Bangkok’s Amazing Art in Paradise

1. 3D Illusion

1. 3D Illusion

There are many rooms in this family-friendly museum. Each room displays different forms of 3D painting such as waterfall, dinosaur world, Egypt, and the underwater world. Don’t forget to take pictures with 3D illusions to make your memories more memorable.

2. Fantasy Wonderland

2. Fantasy Wonderland

Art in Paradise is suitable for all age groups. It is a fantasy land where all visitors can unleash their imagination to any extent. Whether you want to come with your friends, family or colleagues, this art museum will take you to a spellbinding world where you would want to stay forever.

3. Dimensional Art Works

3. Dimensional Art Works

There are six sections in the museum namely the Classic Zone, Fantasy Zone, Safari Zone, Media Art Zone, and Nature Zone. These sections feature amazing dimensional artworks such as a huge mischievous kitten, snowboarding in a winter land; a scene with Pinocchio moving towards a castle; great white shark with large open mouth; polar bears and seals moving to a fairy tale cave. These paintings and many others have been featured on National Geographic and TIME magazines’ covers.

4. Esplanade Mall

4. Esplanade Mall

Situated on the outskirts of Bangkok, Esplanade Mall in which Art in Paradise is housed is in itself a nice place to visit. There are a lot of fun areas to visit in the mall including 12-screen Esplanade Cineplex, Tops Supermarket and restaurants, Sub Zero ice skating rink, Rachadalai Musical Theatre, and a many more. To visit newly opened 3D Art in Paradise museum, you will need to head to the 4th floor of the mall. The gallery that welcomes you here features scenes such as ‘ride a flying carpet,’ ‘stairway to hell,’ and ‘Coronation of the Emperor.

5. Photographs from Past Visitors

5. Photographs from Past Visitors

Since it’s a 3D museum; its floor is marked with arrows to help visitors learn about the best angle to click their photographs. If you want more exact help, there are other visitors’ photos that will tell more accurately about which pose to stand or sit in while having photographed with the exhibits.

Art in Paradise Bangkok Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets to Bangkok's spectacular Art in Paradise can be purchased online at attractive prices or directly from the main entrance. Queues are generally long and therefore it is recommended you purchase tickets online to bypass the queue and enter the arena directly to explore some of the most scintillating artwork you'll ever get to see.

How To Get Around?

You can explore Bangkok’s Art in Paradise by simply walking around. Moving around is fun, the pathways are well built, indoor climates are comfortable, and all the tourist attractions, including the great mall, are at comfortable walking or driving distance from each other.

What Should I Wear?

While visiting Art in Paradise in Bangkok, you can wear anything depending upon the prevailing weather conditions in this part of the world. Choose to dress up in style; anything from jeans to denims, suits, trousers, and everything will suit the occasion as long as it goes well with the prevailing temperature and climate. While visiting in winters, coats, sweatshirts, jacket, warm inner garments and wind shielding clothes are recommended.

Art in Paradise Bangkok Facts

Best Time to Visit

While it will not actually make a massive difference, late November and early December are widely regarded as the best times for planning a visit to Bangkok, when the city is nearly drying out from the long monsoon season and witnessing significantly reduced temperatures, and the tourist crowds are yet to arrive so you get enough hotel rooms available at attractive prices. September and October are associated with massive rainfall in this part of the world.


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Will I Need a Guide?

You do not need a guide to reach or move around the exotic and serene Art in Paradise in Bangkok, Thailand. Moving around is comfortable, the pathways is well-built, locals are extremely modest and helpful, and all the required information is available on this website.

How To Get There?

Overseas visitors, Bangkok Airport is the nearest touch point. Comfortable accommodations are available around the airport and you may well ask the hotel staff to organize a round trip for you to the Art in Paradise, including the mall. From the airport, you can also hop into a taxi, metro, or bus to reach the mall. Esplanade shopping mall houses Art in Paradise museum on its 4th floor. If pretty convenient to reach the popular Esplanade shopping mall situated on the Ratchadapisek road in the outskirts of Bangkok. From MRT subway station Thailand Cultural Centre, you need only a short walk to reach the mall.

Additional Info?

Make sure you avoid October since it rains the most in Thailand then, wear comfortable warm clothing to stay comfortable with the prevailing weather. Remember that Thais are modest simple people and you must ensure not to offend them for that. The entire museum is full of artworks. In order to save the artwork done on the floor, the museum prohibits shoes to bring in. Before moving inside, leave your shoes in dust bags at the entrance. Pick them up again while leaving from the exit.

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