Pattaya’s first ever three-dimensional art gallery, Art in Paradise Pattaya, recently opened offering a new, one of kind tourist attraction in Chonburi.
Located on Pattaya Second Road near Central Center North Pattaya is an art gallery equipped with over 100 3D true life paintings.
The gallery is divided into 10 zones. The first zone is full of paintings that will trick your eyes with the use of colors and shadows. The second zone has underwater paintings that makes you feel like your diving among the magnificent fish and marine species that will make you hold your breath without realizing. The third zone has paintings of wild animals while the fourth zone has drawings by world-class artists such as the Mona Lisa by Leonardo DaVinci. The fifth zone features the worlds greatest “wonders” such as the pyramids of Egypt and the temples of Ayutthaya. The sixth zone shows surreal art while the seventh zone shows dinosaurs and other ancient animals. The eighth zone features paintings with waterfalls while the ninth zone has paintings of forests and trees. The final zone is a collection of works by independent artists conveying different moods.
Art in Paradise Pattaya was founded by a young Korean, Mr. Shin Jae Yeoul, along with 10 other artists. Their concept is to express life and fun through the use of art in a way that has never happened in Thailand before. Every artwork is larger than life and has been previously shown in Korea, Japan and in Europe. There is also a room available for artists to show off their works as well.
For foreigners, the entrance is 500 baht for adults and 300 baht for children; and for Thais it is 150 baht for adults and 100 baht for children. Art in Paradise is opened from 9am-9pm.