Something a little different when it comes to attractions is the Art in Paratise, 3D Museum in Chiang Mai. This museum holds one of the worlds biggest collections of 3D paintings and artwork, so if you have a rainy day or just some spare time in Chiang Mai Art in Paradise is quite a fun place to visit. Travellersplanet arrived late one evening, after a big guy in a tuk-tuk made quite a good deal driving us there from the city center. We had grabbed to shuttle from Dhara Dhevi to the center, and as we where a little disoriented and it was raining, own offer to the tuk-tuk driver ended out a bit on the generous side. But to put things in a positive angle, he got off early from work that evening.
As it was quite late when we arrived, the museum was pretty empty, We didn’t have big expectations, but just wanted to check out this place out as we had an hour unused. We got really surprised over the vast size of the place and how many details you can find, combined with the amount of fun it was posing and shooting at the different pieces. Once you find the right angle and perspective, it all adds really good up.