Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai 3D Art Museum

199/9 Chang khlan Rd., Chiang Mai


Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai 3D Art Museum is the first illusion art museum of the city. It is the biggest 3D Art museum in the world! The museum was founded in 2013 and funded by Korean Jang Kyu Suk.

The museum is designed with creative, imaginative and colorful wall murals that create optical illusions. It doesn't have any culturally significant exhibitions. Instead the museum suggests pure fun and enjoyment. It is the perfect destination in Chiang Mai for people with kids or friends. The visitors can take many original and fun photos around the exhibits.

The museum has 3 floor-levels with a variety of paintings featuring land of animals, underwater world, extinct animals, deserts and the famous Pharaoh’s tomb. Totally it features 130 3D wall panting exhibited in 8 zones: Aqua, Zoo, Dinosaur, Surrealism, Classic art, Lanna, Thai, Egyptian.

The museum is open daily 9 am to 7 pm. Entrance costs 300 baht ($9.10) for adults and 200 baht ($6) for children. Locals get discount: 180 baht ($5.5). So if you known anyone who lives in Thailand use his ID do get a discount!

Art in Paradise is located on Changklan Road, on a walking distance of the Night Bazaar.

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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    09:00 - 19:00

  • Mon

    09:00 - 19:00

  • Tue

    09:00 - 19:00

  • Wed

    09:00 - 19:00

  • Thu

    09:00 - 19:00

  • Fri

    09:00 - 19:00

  • Sat

    09:00 - 19:00

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  • Mark Tutschulte

    - 11 August 2018 -

    A bit cheesy for adults. I suppose the kids like it, but likely not teenagers. In need of some repainting and upkeep. Or a total redo with new murals and art. Not sure how often this happens, but they're due. The coffee shop is nice and has some tasty treats for after your museum tour! Centrally located ND easy to find. Not sure what individual prices are, as I was part of a large group at a discounted rate. Either way, probably not worth the price of admission in my opinion...

  • Sarah Sanders

    - 10 August 2018 -

    If you do nothing else see the amazing 3D artwork in this place. There are so many pics to be had. I think i took at least 100 and that was only half of it. Great fun.

  • Alex Rezinkin

    - 09 August 2018 -

    Not what we expected. Cons: It looks good outside but really old (and even dirty) inside. They should renovate the gallery as soon as possible. Pros: a perfect place to hang out with your kids!

  • Richard pike

    - 06 August 2018 -

    Art in paradise is certainly worth two hours of your day to take some great photos of you and others. I would say you need at least one other person with you to take pictures. Three would be ideal because there are scenes where you have more then one person to fit in to. It’s a little fun for little time and little money, and the results are photos and photos are memories. By the time you get around the two floors you are ready for leaving. The kids have had enough of photos πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ There is a coffee shop there also where you can get refreshments. It is priced around 400baht which is just short of Β£10.00 UK. Some of the picture below.

  • Shaine Bushell

    - 27 July 2018 -

    A nice way to spend a morning or afternoon. The augmented reality (via a downloadable app) was great - when it worked. Overall an OK experience especially if you want a quieter morning or afternoon.

  • Deepak mulchandani

    - 27 July 2018 -

    An absolute must visit. Convenient location and superb experience. Also U can get Augmented reality experience. Worth the money. There is one in Pattaya too but This one in Ching mai is overall excellent. Also enjoy the pizza opp the road @the pizza company.

  • David Fenton

    - 27 July 2018 -

    What an excellent way to spend a couple of hours. Very family friendly, something to captivate all ages. Don't pay the door charge of 400 baht, there's quite a few sites around that offer discounted tickets. We paid 211 baht from trazy.

  • Martin bond

    - 25 July 2018 -

    Steep 400B Entrance fee, worth it if you download the VR app to make things interactive. Probably very entertaining if you have kids, was good fun for us adults too as we now have some funny videos. A good way to pass 1h-1.5h if it's raining

  • Ikechukwu Igbokwe

    - 17 June 2018 -

    Ok place but definitely too expensive. If you are a photography fan, this place is for you.i thought it was quite ingenious how the still paintings appeared to move when photos were made. I also think Kids would love coming here

  • B R S

    - 14 May 2018 -

    Unique and entertaining. I found this museum to be very entertaining. I only wish I hadn't gone alone because I kept having to ask strangers to take a photo of me. I gave it 4 out of 5 only because the lighting was often visible in the photo due to the glossiness of the art. It was hard to take a good photo without light bulbs visible in the image.

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