As well as a 10-metre replica tunnel, the exhibition features underwater robots, dive suits and a painting of Elon Musk
In Bangkok’s upmarket Siam Paragon shopping mall, close to a Cold Stone Creamery, a young man crawls through a small, dank-looking tunnel.
The sound of dripping water can be heard as he disappears into the shadows, mixed with a blast of Daft Punk’s Get Lucky from the mall’s speakers. “This tunnel is great for children,” says Supira Pungkanok, 78, as the man tumbles out of a tunnel entrance nearby. “It’ll warn them to not do anything adventurous.”