Art in Paradise Bangkok at Esplanade Shopping Mall offers fun photo ops through surrealistic and 3D paintings. Also called the Trickeye Museum or 3D Museum Bangkok, it’s popular among families, couples and groups looking to spend a few hours, especially on rainy days.

Highlights of Art in Paradise Bangkok

Art in Paradise Bangkok and has several large rooms depicting unique themes, such as ‘Stairway to Hell’, 'Ride a Flying Carpet', and the ‘Coronation of the Emperor’. At first, it can be a bit overwhelming to see so many intricate scenes in each room, with people trying to find the best or the silliest pose. You’ll soon find yourself trying to strike a pose on a surfboard or above a fictional abyss. 

There are markers with arrows on the floor to indicate the best angle. If you look in some hard-to-find corners, you’ll find photos by previous visitors to help you understand which pose works best with each scene.

Exploring Art in Paradise takes around 2 to 3 hours, depending on how much fun you are having. There’s no particular order to visit the rooms – there are so many scenes for you can go back and forth as you please.

Good to know about Art in Paradise Bangkok

Art in Paradise Bangkok occupies the 4th floor of Esplanade Shopping Mall. While it’s a little far from central Bangkok, you can get there by MRT train. The Thai Cultural Center MRT Station is right in front of the mall.

Art in Paradise Bangkok

Lokasi: The Esplanade Mall, Ratchadaphisek Rd, Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

Buka: Daily from 10am to 10pm

Telepon: +66 (0)2 660 9130

Willy Thuan | Traveler Kompulsif