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Penang

Glass Museum Penang

Glass Museum Penang is a good place to learn about glass making, create your own glass souvenir, shop for quality glass items and take fun photos with some glass-themed 3D art. The parent company of the museum, i-box Design Sdn Bhd,

Penang Asia Comic Cultural Museum

Penang Asia Comic Cultural Museum (PACCM) is an excellent attraction providing an entertaining and educational look at comic history in nine Asian countries and territories: Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Singapore,

Penang Murals –Town, Penang

Penang Murals. George Town, Penang has become famous in recent years for its whimsical street art and murals, transforming drab and tatty shophouse walls into tourist attractions in their own right. Other towns in Malaysia, such as Ipoh

Penang Tunnel Museum –Review

Penang Tunnel Museum is an attraction of two parts, part history and part 3D mural art gallery. Ground Floor - History The museum used to be known as The History Museum and was designed as a 'time tunnel' taking visitors back through 400

Wonderfood Museum Penang

Wonderfood Museum is a fun place to see and photograph larger-than-life models of Malaysia's national obsession - food, in all its varied and delicious forms. Giant-sized dishes. Some fun food-themed props are available for taking

Penang State Museum

Penang State Museum is the leading official museum for Penang State and it is operated by the Penang State Museum Board which also operates the Penang State Art Gallery. Since 1964 the museum has been housed in a heritage building on

Penang – A short trip

I arrived at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) and waited in the queue to buy my bus ticket to George Town, Penang, the girl at the counter asked me for passport and she inspected it for a while and asked me if I was from the Maldives and I…

Seh Tek Tong Cheah Kongsi –Penang

Seh Tek Tong Cheah Kongsi (or just Cheah Kongsi for short) is the oldest of the Five Big Clans of the Hokkien community in Penang which in the 19th century together formed a Hokkien neighbourhood centred on the Tua Pek Kong Temple in