Little did I know, Art in Paradise was entire warehouse museum dedicated to taking goofy and awkward photos.
So after paying the entrance fee, which to my disliking was 5 times more for foreigners than Thailand residents, we proceeded on to the entrance.
At this point, I still had little clue as to what exactly was inside, other than knowing there would be illusion paintings.
I had no idea the museum would be a hands on frenzy that catered perfectly to Thai culture.
Throughout the warehouse museum, the walls were filled with giant illusion murals and paintings, many of them were very well done.
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