This art museum thrived on an art called "trick art". As the name suggests, this art form makes the human brain believe that the picture presented is 3D. This art combines special painting techniques to create an optical illusion. The intricate nature of these artworks always makes visitors marvel at the unique skills of making these artworks. This outstanding work is attributed to eclectic professional artists who have worked tirelessly for 8 months and exhibited stunning masterpieces for the Art Museum. It is not free to visit.
This is a desirable place on Koh Samui, the first one I went to in Chiang Mai was nothing special. So when they opened in Koh Samui, they went there once, nothing special. If you have children, this is another good place to go with them...
Really, Koh Samui is really what I think is the best resort city in Thailand. It’s not as noisy as Pattaya and Phuket and commercial development is so over-developed. The quality of the beach here is also top-notch, and the water activities are also great.
Very good, not the same as ordinary 3D art galleries. It is very Thai. Unlike other 3D art galleries at home and abroad, the 3D art galleries on Samui are highly recommended.
This is a stone island used to smoke hemp boats, so the locals also built a wooden house with the flag of bob marley (about bob marley, ben has never believed that there is nothing in our textbooks about this historical figure of mixed criticism. Introduction). Squatting on the small island with the fishermen smoking "fishermen's special" coconut leaf tobacco, which is very flavorful