Art in Paradise has opened in Chiang Mai. Located on Chang Khlan Road, the 3D art gallery is the second of its kind in Thailand after the success of the first museum, which was opened last year in Pattaya.
Founded by the same group of investors from Korea, the latest gallery in Chiang Mai cost about 60 million baht in investment, according to the museum president Jang Kyu Suk.
It houses 130 paintings by 10 Korean artists in a 4,500m2 three-storey building. While touring the museum, visitors can pose and interact with pictures, such as a pair of white angel wings (see picture), and a waterfall with a swaying bridge where visitors can look like they are on an adventurous crossing. Visitors can also feature on the front cover of Time magazine, or pose with dinosaurs, and travel to well-known tourist attractions around the world.
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