Dream Museum Zone (DMZ) Bali offers a great time indoors with a collection of galleries that are filled with immersive large-scale wall paintings that create a three-dimensional effect for photos. You can set up your tripod and camera timer to share wonderful group shots with friends, or simply pose and play around with the numerous themes available. From being chased by a great white, to crossing a treacherous causeway and sitting in an ancient temple garden, you’ll easily spend a whole day here.
Dream Museum Zone (DMZ) Bali is a fun and interactive art gallery featuring a vast collection of three-dimensional, life-size murals for visitors to pose and play with. The gallery features a rich array of masterfully painted artworks that each serves as interactive backdrops for illusory three-dimensional photography. There are an impressive total of 120 unique artworks in 14 different categories spread over three levels, which provide a full-day of discovery and creativity. The museum is located on Jalan Nakula, right off the junction of Jalan Dewi Sri and Kuta’s Sunset Road, and just down the street from the TS Suites in Seminyak.
A team of local and Korean artists collaborated to produce the rich compilation of artworks. The illusionary effects in various sizes – using only paint and well positioned lighting – are absolutely stunning. Stepping inside the galleries of Dream Museum Zone, you will be transported to various dreamy realms, from Venice to Egypt, and Indonesia to the Amazon; you will easily find yourselves posing in the wackiest poses imaginable, alone or together, to capture that perfect shot. Among the diverse themes at Dream Museum Zone to put your creativity to the test are the Renaissance and Luminescence pavilions. The Renaissance pavilion comprises parodies of famous paintings, such as Mona Lisa carrying a fruit basket, or Van Gogh with shaving foam. Pose aside and ‘hold’ a seemingly displaced fruit, or the lather brush to Van Gogh’s beard. Some animal-themed paintings are quite amusing, as you hose down a zebra to wash away its stripes, milk a cow, or ‘narrowly escape’ a menacing shark attack.