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The Bottle Art Museum, Pattaya, Eastern Thailand

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One of the popular tourist attractions in Pattaya is the Bottle Art Museum, established in 1995 by Mr. Peiter Bij Deleij, a Dutch artist who was inspired by different kinds of artworks seen around the world. Located in North Pattaya opposite to Mini Siam Pattaya.

This is the only museum in the world that presents architecture building shown in different shape and size of bottles, and contains a huge collection of more than 300 pieces of artwork contained in glass bottles in the form of major tourist attractions, churches, temples, palaces and vessels.

Displayed objects are both Thai and foreign. All the structures are in individual bottles of various colors There are also different types of hand-made ships presented in the Museum. The charge for the entrance fee is: 200 Baht for an adult, and 100 Baht for a child.

 

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