Wednesday, September 16, 2015

=Travel= Thailand-Bangkok The First 3D Art Museum in Bangkok

3D museums are not a novelty for Penangite, since we have quite a few here, but then no harm to see similar museums in other country, so that we know what more they have to offer.



Gibson visited a 3D art museum that is claimed to be the first in Bangkok. Besides the 150 paintings, they also have interactive media exhibition that can interact according to the response of the visitor’s facial expressions and gestures. Even Mona Lisa can greet you or wink at you.



This 3D art museum is on the 4th Floor of the Esplanade shopping mall, which consists of 2 levels and divided into 5 zones. Here is “the Aquarium and safari” zone samples. (Photo provided by the museum)



The nature zone, please watch your step, don’t trip and fall! (Photo provided by the museum)



The fantasy zone, are you Alice in the wonderland? (Photo provided by the museum)



The modern zone, happy shopping! (Photo provided by the museum)



Gibson’s friend surfs under the big wave.



Gibson’s friend plays dead in a boat on Venice River.



Besides interactive paintings, they also have some good art works to show.



Perhaps these are the “souvenirs” from all the artists.



After finishing at the museum, visitor will exit to a café, where Gibson will never waste an opportunity to snoop around for food. And these tropical fruit flavored ice creams are quite interesting.



Gibson tried the Mangosteen, sweet and creamy, and it costs 40 Baht.



This bluish lemonade is sweet for 110 Baht and no sour for sadness.



A cup of lemon tea costs 100 Baht.



Banana frappe for 120 Baht, you can have a full cup of banana happiness.



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Art in Paradise Bangkok
Address: Ratchadapisek Road, Din Daeng,Din Daeng, Bangkok, Thailand 10400
Tel: +66 2 660 9130
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Ticket Booth closes at 9pm)
Entrance fee for tourist: Adult 400 Baht, Children 200 Bath

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