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The reviews that I read before adding to my schedule were very poor, but now I agree with the majority. Love Art Park is a little out of the way but is very run-down, offered no refreshment on the day, and no alternative for young...More
There are different type of love sculpture in a open park. Entry by ticket only. This is just on a lane distant from highway towards Nong Nooh garden Village. You can spend just half an hour to one hour only. No restaurant or food stall...More
Went there as it was on a package tour. Tour guide took us there to the Korean restaurant for ginseng chicken soup dinner, and tasted horrible! The park itself is considered not big, and art pieces' are repeating, and not many, it is well scatted...More
We had read that this was free but when we arrived we were charged I believe 500 baht a person. I thought this was a bit pricey, but keep in mind we are not very knowledgeable on art. We are more interested in unique things...More
It only costs 50bht to enter and quite frankly, that's about all it is worth. A few funny photo opportunities, but that's about it. Exhibits are very widely spaced. The whole thing would fit comfortably in 25% of the area.Very little shade. Has potential, but...More
We decided to visit the Love Art Park as the photos seemed quite unique and different from any other park we've visited. When we arrived it seemed to be quite empty and not well groomed. Once we got over the first impression we walked around...More
It was open air park with over 150 sculptures with theme of love. There is a building called a Purmoe Art Space where media art exhibition is ongoing as well. Thankfully weather was so beautiful so as to stroll around and take pictures imitating sculptures....More