Trick Art Museum Thailand

Trick Art Museum Thailand, Cha-am: Address, Phone Number, Trick Art Museum Thailand Reviews: 4/5

Trick Art Museum Thailand
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A brand new phenomenon in the concept of art museums where two dimensional exhibits are brought to ‘LIFE’ with 3D painting, shading, and drawing techniques thereby creating visual illusions.
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Pigman58
Paphos, Cyprus377 contributions
Rip Off
Dec. 2017 • Family
Some of our party wanted to go to this "museum" so we all duly went to Santorini Park, in which it is located.

This area of the Park comprises mostly shops and over-priced eateries, with a couple of tacky attractions like this. I can accept paying to go into the "museum". What I cannot accept is being charged B150 simply to go in to wander around said tacky shops and over-priced eateries, and then to pay again to go into one of the attractions. To add insult to injury, dual pricing applied on entry, Farangs paying 3 times the Thai price.

One of the biggest rip offs I have seen in 25 years of visiting and living in Thailand. Avoid!
Written 18 January 2018
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Kristen C
London, UK53 contributions
Great place, dreadful location
Feb. 2017 • Family
As expected, the Trick Art was actually pretty good and it was fun to take young teens to enjoy posing with the variety of backdrops.

It is closed for lunch between 12-1pm.

It is also situated in Santorini Park, for which you have to pay 150baht entry fee per person. The venue then costs 240baht each again. We tried to negotiate a discount as we were a large group and eventually did come to an agreement for a slight discount. Factor in the cost of transport from Hua Hin (40 minute taxi ride each way - 1200baht round trip) and it is an overpriced morning/afternoon out !

If you had already been to the nearby water park, I believe the 150baht entry fee to Santorini Park (a random selection of shops and other 'rides') is waived but nonetheless, the location is poor.

The 'museum' was deserted when we went inside so it was great to be able to take pictures at our leisure and it was enjoyable. There are many similar venues in Bangkok and Pattaya, and even in Hua Hin itself (For Arts Sake) which I am sure are just as good, and also much easier and less expensive to get to.

Overall, despite it being a good place, I could not recommend a visit due to the location!
Written 20 February 2017
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Blu3qu3en
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam128 contributions
Good place for photo taking!
Oct. 2015 • Family
It is located inside the Santorini Park and there is an entrance fee charge to each person. There are many interesting booths inside the museum for photo taking. The end results are amazing!
Written 27 October 2015
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Joanne G
Kalgoorlie13 contributions
Trick Eye Museum
Jul. 2015 • Family
This venue was awesome for families. Took our 17 & 9 year old. Took us 2 hours to get round and we had the best time. Very much recommend to families with kids of any age.
Written 16 August 2015
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Hamdan Buti A
56 contributions
Lots of Fun
Aug. 2015 • Family
If you like trick art and you happen to be in Hua Hin. It would be nice to check it out with families or friends. It's located next to ice land in Santorini Park. They charge reasonable price for all but it would be nice if they charge less for kids tickets.
Written 12 August 2015
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Lisa A
Ballarat19 contributions
Great for kids!
Sep. 2014 • Family
This was awesome for the whole family. Large painted pictures where you can pose and become part of the picture. The kids loved it!
Written 20 May 2015
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Korkor2015
Selangor, Malaysia12 contributions
Quite interesting
It's quite a standard trick museum like all other trick museum in other places. Nonetheless, it was still a fun experience.
Written 23 April 2015
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William211
Hong Kong, China73 contributions
Great fun for youngsters and young at hearts
Feb. 2015 • Family
Located inside Santorini Park, which charges 150 per person for entrance and a 120 ride coupon. To enter the Trick Art Museum, need 2 coupons so we paid an extra 120 each.

There were 50 pictures inside and not many visitors. So we had all the time required to pose and took tons of photos. However if you want to save some bucks, there is a free trick shot set up right in front of the museum, which probably is the best trick photo shot anyway.
Written 21 February 2015
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Tazza72
Thailand16 contributions
Would be 5 star but overpriced
The museum was great fun and we were the only people there, if busy I don't think it would be as much fun. Great picture opportunities but overpriced for its location and the fact you pay to get in the park.
Written 8 January 2015
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ckbeep
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia28 contributions
kiddos will love it
Nov. 2014 • Family
Place is quite fun and most of the 3d pictures will wow you ! Located at the 4th floor of Esplanade Shopping Mall on Ratchada road (you can take MRT and stop at Thailand Culture Center and Exit number 3), this place offers you and your family quality and fun time together.

The effect of the paintings were magnificent and some are mind blogging (check out the 3d town painting in level 2). One thing I would recommend is have spare plenty of time here if you want to take good 3D pictures. So reload your camera batteries and clear your memory card and ready to shoot !

Fee is 300THB for adults and 200THB for kids.
Written 10 November 2014
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