Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Thailand and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Royal Thai and Provincial governments, Art in Paradise has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Art in Paradise Chiang Mai is a fun way to spend an afternoon with a unique take on presenting pieces of artwork by a variety of artists.
The art museum thrives on a type of art called Trick Art. Just as the name suggests, this form of art tricks the human brain into believing that the picture presented is in 3D.
Art in Paradise Chiang Mai 3D Art, Admission Fees & Opening Times
Art in Paradise was established in 2013 by Jang Kyu Suk and 14 artists from Korea. Today, there are over 130 paintings which are divided into a number of unique zones: Aquatic, Zoo, Dinosaur, Surrealism, Classic Art, Lanna, Thai and Egyptian.
This is a place that is best enjoyed with friends, so make sure to bring a group and your camera as the whole purpose of visiting here is to get involved. In most cases, you need to take off your shoes to protect the artwork so wear footwear that is easy to slip on and off.
The interactive gallery takes around 2-3 hours to go around depending on your involvement, so make sure to give yourself enough time. There is also a cafe located at the site, where you can grab food and drink.