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10 Weird & Unique Museum in Penang


10 Weird & Unique Museum in Penang


Do you love the unique and strange things? Feeling awe when seeing strange things? In Malaysia there are more odd things that really grab people's attention. This includes exhibition galleries and museums. In Penang alone, there are 10 weird and strange museums or galleries that we in Sini.Com successful list. We were very impressed especially after knowing they exist in Malaysia! Let's look at the 10 museums and galleries that will make you feel puzzled.




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Located in one of the heritage buildings in Penang, PG Gold Museum was created to provide science, knowledge and experience to you about the world of gold included in the process of panning for gold. You also have the chance to touch with your own fingers gold bars weighing 50 kg! Here also has a 3D drawing. You may be illustrated as if currently working in gold mines.


Operation Hours :

Monday - Sunday

9 am - 6 pm


Entrance fee:

Adults (MyKad) - RM 30

Children 7-12 years (MyKid) - RM 15

Seniors 60 years and above - RM 15



Muzium Address : No 95, Lebuh Bishop, 10200 Pulau Pinang

Tel No : 04-261 9999

Facebook Page : PG Gold Museum




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The perfect house upside down. Here you will see a house with furniture and appliances in perfect condition but reversed its position. When you see pictures of the visitors, was surprised at how homes can be developed in such a way?


Operation Hours:

Monday - Friday: 8.45am - 4.30pm

Saturday & Sunday: 8:45 am - 7:30 pm


Entrance fee:

Adults (MyKad) - RM16

Adults (Without MyKad) - RM27


Children - Children (5-12 years) - RM 8

Child - (Without MyKad) - RM16

Students (student card) - RM11


Museum Address: No. 45, Lebuh Kimberley, George Town, Penang 10100 (maps)

Tel: 04-2642660

Facebook: The Upside Down




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Want to see the statue of the hero animated characters more closely? At the museum, children will be excited to have a closer look animated statue of their beloved hero like Batman, Superman, Ultraman, Spiderman, Star Wars, Pikachu, Shrek, Pirates of the Caribbean, Hulk, Snoopy and more. As if in a fantasy world filled with characters savior of the world! It is recognized as the world's largest Toy Museum by The Malaysia Book Of Records.


Operation Hours:

Open daily from 9.00 am - 6.00 pm


Entrance Fee :

Adults: RM15

Children: RM10


Museum Address: 1370, MK2, Heat Gulf, 115,050 Penang

Tel: 012-4602096

Website: http://www.penangtoymuseum.com/




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Chinese ghost, ghost pharaohs, headless ghost, and the ghost was feared by all kinds of people. Try to overcome your fear of visiting the Museum of Ghost In This Town. The feeling of being here seems to be in a house full of ghosts and skulls of the dead!


Operation Hours:

Monday - Friday

10 am - 7 pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

10 am - 9 pm


Entrance Fee :

MyKad / Mykid

Adults: RM18

Children: RM8

Seniors: RM8

Students: RM10


without MyKad

Adults: RM36

Children - Children: RM16

Seniors: RM16

Students: RM16


Museum Address: 57, Lebuh Melayu, Georgetown, Penang 10100

Tel: 04-2612352

Facebook Page: Ghost Museum Penang


Penang Peranakan Houses


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Legacy, culture and the unique lifestyle of Baba and Nyonya Malaysia has never cracked deck hot sun since the 15th century Chinese cultural assimilation with the local culture in Malaya produce unique from the point of religion, culture, dress, cuisine, weddings and so on. Rumah Peranakan Penang can give a closer and the reality of the real world Peranakan in Malaysia.



Operation Hours:

Monday - Sunday: 9.30 am - 5.00 pm


Entrance Fee:

Adults: RM20

Children - Children (6-12 years): RM10

Children - Children (under 6 years): FREE


Address: 29 Church Street, George Town, Penang 10200

Tel: 04-2642929

Website: http: //www.pinangperanakanmansion.com

Facebook Page: Penang Peranakan Mansion




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This museum gives you the chance to explore the world of the past. You can see equipment used by people in ancient times, about 400 years ago. The museum also has an exhibition of paintings in 3D, anti gravity room etc. amazing.


Operation Hours:

Monday: 9:15 am - 7.30malam

Tuesday - Friday: 9.15am - 7.00pm

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 9.15 am - 8.00 pm

(last admission is one hour before closing)


Entrance fee:

MyKad / Mykid

Adults: RM 16

Children (5-12 years): € 8

Students (student card): € 11


Foreign Tourists

Adults: £ 27

Children (5 years and over): € 16


Address: 39, Jalan Green Hall,, 10200 George Town, Penang

Tel: 04-261 9181

Website: http://penangtimetunnel.com/

Facebook: Penang Time Tunnel




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In the past Teochew Opera is very popular in Penang. Today, the opera is no longer a major public entertainment. The Opera House and the Puppet Teo Chew your real chance to approach the world of opera ever popular some time ago. There is a diverse collection of dolls iron Teochew opera costumes, head gear worn in the show and musical instruments that are used for opera performances are on display here. The Opera House was built in a shop in the heritage zone gazetted by UNESCO. It is run by 5th generation family Giak Low Choon Kim.


Operation Hours:

Tuesday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm


Entrance Fee:

RM 5


Address: 122 Armenian Street, 10200 George Town

Tel: 04-2620377

Facebook: Teochew Puppet


Penang Camera Museum




Located in the heart of Georgetown, Camera Museum showcases a wide collection of cameras old cameras particularly well-known brands such as Leica, Canon, Minolta, Pellix, Yashica, Olympus, Nikon, Agfa and others. Watch how big the size of the camera in the past compared to the size of the camera now. You also have the opportunity to be in a dark room image processing, display various results stunning photography from around the world and other world fairs of the camera.


Operation Hours:

Monday - Sunday

9.30 am - 6.30 pm


Entrance fee:

Adults: RM 20

Students & Seniors: RM 10


Address: 49, Muntri Street, George Town, Penang 10200

Tel: 04-2613649

Website: http://www.thecameramuseumpenang.com/

Facebook: Penang Camera Museum




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Embrace the beauty of art and beautiful sculptures on glass sheets in Penang Museum of Glass. Various artwork colorful glass paintings can be seen. In addition, there are also decoration items and souvenirs such as glass wall clock, clock in a glass bottle, keychain and so on are all the result of etched glass. If interested in producing his own painting on the glass, you can try to paint creatively and then take home a work of art as a memento.


Operation Hours:

Monday - Friday: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm


Entrance fee:

Adults: RM 15.00

Children (3-12 years): RM 7.00


Address: No. 80-0, Jalan Mount Erskine, Tanjung Tokong, Penang

Tel: 017-584 1017

Website: http://www.iboxglass.com/

Facebook: Ibox Museum Penang


Interactive Museum Made In Penang


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Interactive Museum Made In Penang in fact a museum showcasing interactive drawing in 3D, a set of miniature figurines as people were rowing boats and interesting frescoes. What is interesting is the interactive paintings on display tell everything about Penang in terms of history, culture and lifestyle in Penang.


Operation Hours:

Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday: 9.00 am - 8.00 pm


Entrance Fee:

Adults (MyKad): RM 15.00

Children (Mykid): RM 10

Foreign tourists: RM 30.00


Address: No. 3, Weld Quay, George Town, Penang 10300

Tel: 04-2626119

Facebook: Interactive Museum Made In Penang


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