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Best of 2015

Pinang Peranakan Mansion

Pinang Peranakan Mansion provides a fascinating history of Nonya Baba heritage, a mixture of Immigrant Chinese assimilated into Malay culture. The house belonged to a wealthy Nonya family and passed through generations. You are able to ... Read More


Ben’s Vintage Toy Museum Penang

Ben’s Vintage Toy Museum houses items from the heyday of 70s Japan, pre and post – Second World War era tin and steel-plate toys, a truly remarkable array of vintage robots, cars and even an antique ... Read More


Penang State Museum

The only place in entire Penang that tells and shows the city’s history and traditions is Penang State Museum. There are two floors. First floor houses a big and chronological collection of different historical relics about ... Read More

Best of 2015

The House of Yeap Chor Ee

The House of Yeap Chor Ee was originally the home of this Grand Old Man, now is being turned into a museum and managed by his descendants. Apart from showcasing the collection of delicate antiques, this ... Read More


Sun Yat Sen Museum

Sun Yat Sen Museum is located on the Armenian Street. Sun Yat Sen was the leader of the Chinese Revolution. It was the headquarters of the Southeast Asian branch of the Tung Meng Hooi Party. Ask ... Read More


One East Museum

One East Museum is the first house-museum of missing jigsaw pieces of Chinese culture. The unique architecture design of the museum makes it a great backdrop for any photo session. This is the first museum in ... Read More


Ibox Museum of Glass Penang

One very interesting and small family business place is the Ibox Museum of Glass. This concept store has guided tours that are very informative and original. The guide will show you different glass products such as ... Read More


Penang Toy Museum (Closed)

Penang Toy Museum is located next to Eok Hua School. With more than 110,000 toys, dolls and other collectible items, it is the largest toy museum in the world. The 1,000 square meters museum, opened in ... Read More


The Owl Museum

Since you travel up to Penang Hill, just pay RM10 for entry to this museum! The collection of owls is tremendously owlsome. Te Owl Museum just opened in April 2012, they still trying to expand the ... Read More

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