The Trickeye Museum in Phuket is situated in Phuket Town in the building that once housed the Pearl Cinema and then the Fantasia Entertainment club, before becoming the first Trickeye 3D museum in southern Thailand.
It’s a fun and interactive museum with around 100 different paintings and sculptures depicting all kinds of scenes for visitors to interact with, with its trompe-l’oeil (‘deceive the eye’) techniques creating some truly unique photo opportunities.
Visitors could find themselves sharing a train carriage with a zombie or seemingly running from bulls along a Spanish street. There are interactive scenes that see visitors walking the length of a rickety bridge above the clouds, of coming up against Mike Tyson in a fight, and of hanging onto a rope pulled by a helicopter in front of a large waterfall.
The Trickeye Museum is located on Phangnga Road in Phuket Town. It’s open daily from 10am until 7pm, with last admissions at 6pm.