When it comes to automobile culture, it goes without saying that developed countries such as the United States and Japan. Although Thailand is not very eye-catching in other aspects such as the economy, it does not hold back when it comes to automobile culture. Whether it is an old car or a modified car, Thais can enjoy it. There is a set, and it can always bring some unexpected show operations. The one I’m going to introduce today is even more artistic-using waste parts to create car art.
This is an art park called Ban Hun Lek, which is located more than 100 kilometers north of Bangkok. Tickets are 60 baht per person (about 13 yuan). The memo name given to this park on Google Maps is Transform Museum (Transform Museum), because the treasure of the town here is a few huge Transformers standing in the park. The male protagonist in the video is 1.96 meters tall. When he is standing at the feet of Transformers, through visual calculations, the height of the bumblebee sculpture is about 8 meters.