Pattaya sights: Museum of 3d paintings
The recently opened Museum of 3D paintings – new popular place in Pattaya. It contains more than 150 paintings, which can be photographed, and the optical effect creates the illusion of reality. Thus, each can become an integral part of the picture. Especially interesting Museum and you will enjoy to be photographed and exciting companies.
This is one of the biggest 3D museums in Asia. The paintings occupy two floors of the building and is divided into thematic exhibitions: art, ancient buildings, dinosaurs, animals and the underwater world, landscapes. A very exciting time to be involved in surreal compositions where, being next to each other, one character is a dwarf and the other a giant, or a picture of a Venetian gondola with a full sense of the reality of the movement.
This place is very popular among tourists and the local population. At the same time, on weekends, the Museum is almost occupying the local, therefore, for visiting it is recommended to visit on weekdays. Definitely need to charge your camera to the max, as I will have to take lots of photos.
When you log in you will need to remove your shoes and pack it in a plastic bag issued.
Hours: daily, 9.00 – 21.00 (sale of tickets ends at 20.00)
Entrance fee / ticket price: adult – 500 baht, depends on children's growth: up to 100 cm free of charge, from 100 to 120 cm – 300 baht. In the presence of a Thai driver's license – adult – 180 baht.
How to get there: the Museum is located at the end of 2 streets opposite the Tiffany show, before North street and fountain with Dolphins Museum on a map of Pattaya). After the big C in the direction of the dolphins will be a small market, turn on the right. Guideline for turn – shop Food Mart. After 100 meters you hit the Museum.