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Combine entry to Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World with admission to Madame Tussauds with this single ticket package. Skip the ticket-buying line at both locations, saving you valuable vacation time. Your ticket grants access to all the regular exhibits and galleries at both attractions. Advance passes guarantee against sold-out days or times.
The Sanctuary of Truth is a wood sanctuary build by Mr.Lek Viriyaphan the founder of ancient city and Erawan elephant museum. The Sanctuary of Truth is the largest wood building in Thailand that use only wood to build it as the ancient Thai carpenter style.The Sanctuary of Truth Museum is a gigantic all wood construction located at the relaxing Rachvate cape of Naklua Pattaya City. A must visit place and the only one all wood sculpture building in the whole world.
Purchase your tickets in advance to the Jim Thompson House, which guarantees your entrance even on the busiest days. This pass also includes pickup from your hotel and transfer to the museum, which saves time and money haggling with taxis. Once there, your ticket gives you entry to all of the galleries and exhibits, which you can explore at your own pace.
Experience life in a new dimension at an art gallery like no other! These unconventional paintings use an art technique where two-dimensional pictures are turned into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. There are five zones within the museum: Aqua and Safari, Classic Art, Fantasy, Nature and Modern Art. Float down Venetian canals, venture through the jungle, roam ancient temples and escape a shark attack! The gallery is fully interactive, so you can touch, climb, pose and take photos with all the paintings. Don't make the mistake of thinking this is just for kids, adults get sucked into hours of fun here too! The museum's newest feature interacts with the audience by detecting facial expressions and movement. Swing by and check it out for yourself
Pose next to Wimbledon champion Serena Williams, hit the red carpet with Jackie Chan, and take a selfie with Queen Elizabeth II at Madame Tussauds in Bangkok. Whatever your interests, there's guaranteed to be a life-sized wax replica of someone you admire. This fun world-famous museum is a guaranteed hit with all ages. The extensive collection also includes uncanny likenesses historical figures, Asian leaders, and local celebrities.
- Wander through the elephant-shaped Erawan Museum, rich in Eastern iconography,- Marvel at ancient Thai and Asian antiquities, and the psychedelic decor- Enjoy a peaceful walk through nature at the outdoor grounds of the museumA colossal, three-headed elephant dominates the structure of The Erawan Museum. The attraction houses a variety of collections owned by museum owner Khun Lek Viriyapant, offering a look into local heritage, customs and craftsmanship. Both inside and out, it's a fascinating space and well worth a visit.
Gain admission to the Phuket Trickeye Museum, an exhibit of interactive art. Take advantage of the rare opportunity to step into oversized 3D paintings and let your imagination soar as you check out each unique optical illusion. Explore the gallery for temporary installations and a permanent collection, and snap photos of your own creative masterpieces to share with friends.
See the world in miniature at Pattaya's Mini Siam. Wander through the grounds of Bangkok's Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn) and Cambodia's Angkor Wat without leaving town. Then, head through an intricately detailed and tiny version of Europe and spot Paris' Eiffel Tower and London's Tower Bridge.- Half-day exploration of the entire world in miniature- Must-see sites & top architectural wonders of Bangkok- Popular landmarks like the Statue of Liberty & Eiffel Tower- Collection of more than 100 marvelous miniature sculptures- Hassle-free roundtrip transfer from your Pattaya hotel
Pre-book your admission ticket for the Art in Paradise museum in Bangkok, the ideal activity for photo ops with friends. The museum galleries showcase colorful 3-D paintings where visitors can pose and become part of the artwork. Create fun photos on your self-guided tour of the museum, and have the option to upgrade to include hotel pickup.
Frost Magical Ice of Siam is one of the most attractive place for the tourists in pattaya.It offers the opportunity to experience the cold of the Arctic in a tropical country.Watch the ice sculptures reflecting the Siamese art and architecture on an area of 30,000 square meters, created by the skillful award winning Thai carpenters.- Step into the largest ice sculpture in the ASEAN region- Observe unique ice sculptures that combine both international & local- Enjoy a variety of activities and exhibits each season- Experience a new perspective of Siam with temperatures of -1- Explore the first ice dome in Pattaya.
Take a break from the beaches and bars of Pattaya and soak up a little culture. Visit Art in Paradise, a unique, hands-on art museum that shows interactive, 3D paintings. Your ticket includes round-trip transfers.
Get photo ops with realistic looking wax replicas of international and Thai celebrities with your admission to Madame Tussauds in Bangkok. Take a self-guided tour of the exhibits as you walk through rooms filled with lifelike wax figures of celebrities from the worlds of film, sports, politics and more. You can also learn how the wax figures are made.
Art in Paradise Chiang Mai 3D Art Museum provides an entertaining and fun experience for all ages. Let your creativity go interacting with paintings on the walls and floors.The 3D effects that show up on the photos make it look like you are a part of the scene. Enter the world of virtual reality downloading the Art in Paradise app that creates an animation for photos and videos. Optical illusions make the paintings come to life. There are no boundaries within this museum, so you'll be able to explore, photograph, and get in on the fun as you please. The large, air conditioned gallery houses of 130 art works. Art in Paradise makes for a fun activity for a rainy day or to get out of the heat for a while. You can spend two to three hours easily posing and making silly pictures.
Bend reality and fool your senses at Pattaya's interactive Art in Paradise Museum. View thought-provoking optical illusions that include a variety of 3D paintings that you can be a part of. Explore 10 different galleries and take photos in each that are sure to boggle the minds of your friends back home. Cross a rickety wooden bridge slung across a canyon, say "cheese" in a Venetian-style gondola, interact with a giant frog, and more.
Delight and astound your senses with a visit to the incredible, interactive Art in Paradise Museum. A curation of mind-blowing optical illusions, the museum features 3-D paintings that you can put yourself right into. Take photos in each of the 10 distinct galleries to boggle friends and family. • The world's biggest illusion art museum, Art in Paradise • 10 galleries of creative paintings that appear to be 3-D • Chance to become part of the wacky & fascinating exhibits • Ample opportunity for photos that will astound loved ones • Fun, interactive way to spend time with friends & family
Have a laugh with your friends or family at this fun Trickeye 3D Museum in Phuket. Have your camera handy to take dozens of photos of yourself posing with the larger-than-life wall paintings. This ticket gets you priority entrance to the museum, so you don't have to waste time lining up to get in.
Ripley's, a world famous walk through museum that originated in the USA has now made its way to Thailand! Get a fright at the two haunted attractions, meet your favorite stars at the waxwork museum, find your way out of the mirror maze, escape the laser challenge and get a unique cinema experience in ‘12D'! At Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum you can discover a unique selection of oddities including primitive torture devices, a mask made from human skin, a real human shrunken head, a wax figure of the four-eyed man, and even a Titanic made from over 1,000,000 matchsticks – Believe It or Not!- Explore a range of attractions that have enjoyed international success- Spend the day challenging yourself, getting a scare and seeing unbelievable sights- Take your pick of attractions including the Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum, a haunted house and more!
Purchase your tickets in advance to visit the must-see Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) in Bangkok. Your pass includes hotel pickup and transfer to the attraction, which saves time and money. Once there, explore the site on your own; this package is great for independent travelers.
The Ancient City or Muang Boran is a huge open air museum shaped in the form of Thailand where you can see many important buildings like temples, palaces and the ruins of ancient cities from the history of Thailand from early history to present day.The buildings are replicas of the originals scaled down to about one third of the original, some buildings however are the original that were demolished and build up again in the ancient city Muang Boran.In the vast park located in Samut Prakan some 30 kilometers from Bangkok you can follow Thai history and culture from the different empires and Kingdoms that existed here, like Lanna, Sukhothai, Ayutthaya and Rattanakosin.
Get great photo ops as you take in the exhibits at the Art in Paradise museum in Pattaya. The museum features ten galleries with colorful 3-D paintings, and visitors are welcome to strike a pose with the paintings, which are grouped into themes in ten different galleries. Create your own visual masterpieces as you snap photos with the exhibits at Art in Paradise.
“Art in Paradise (Chiang Mai)” the first Illusion Art Museum of Chiang Mai, presents Illusion Art, the painting art requiring techniques and expertise in painting on a flat surface into a "3D" and giving a sense of realistic art. In addition, the museum also offers artworks in the form that allow visitors to take part in the artworks closely (Interactive Art), where the visitors can take photos with creative imagination, emotion and postures designed to correspond with each painting according to their own preferences as if they are a part of the painting. Therefore, Art in Paradise (Chiang Mai) is where the art is understandable for everyone, and happiness and entertainment are delivered to the visitor as well.
Get amused in this this amazing attraction in Phuket. Maze, escape rooms, street art and so much fun to have a exciting day suite to all age groups. Friendly staff will help you to make perfect photos.
Discover Thai history and culture at the Ancient City and Erawan Museum with a combo ticket, or visit them individually. The Ancient City is is a scaled-down version of Thailand, and is one of the largest outdoor museums in the world. With many of Thailand's significant buildings, like temples, shrines and even palaces, explore and experience the history and culture of Thailand in a day. With 2 modes of transport available, you can either sit on a tram and learn about the Ancient City in comfort, or be adventurous, and explore on your own with a bicycle, which is provided.The Erawan Museum houses a variety of collections by the owner, and offers a look at Thailand's culture and beliefs, with one of the largest hand-crafted sculpture of a 3-headed elephant resting on the main building, to the scenic park with smaller sculptures of mythical creatures.