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Visit Malaysia's first ever Glass Museum and see the longest batik motif glass painting as recorded in Malaysia Book of Records. Learn the techniques used in glass making and take part in decorating your own glass creation and bring it home as a souvenir.
What to Expect?
Step into the fantastic Glass Museum Penang, the first ever museum of glass in Malaysia and home to the longest batik motif glass painting - both feats certified under the Malaysian Book of Records.
As you enter, you'll be greeted by the Avenue of Stars, a long corridor surrounded by geometrical mirrors that seemingly takes you to a world of endless reflections and spaces. Continue through the museum and observe the skillfully made decorations made from recycled glass pieces plus other artworks displayed all around. Don't miss the chance to take creative shots in the kaleidoscope-like mirrors and the fluorescent "forest" that gives the illusion of a beautifully lit landscape.
Free glass crafting class
For every paid entrance ticket entitled for a plate of glass to enjoy the process of crafting anything that you like on the glass, their staff will help on the finishing process and bring back home as a memorable souvenir!
Take parting in an immersive glass crafting class and take home your very own creation! Perfect for art lovers and appreciators, the Glass Museum Penang is a must for your itinerary.
- Enter Malaysia's first ever Glass Museum and see the fascinating designs
- See the longest batik motif glass painting, recognized by the Malaysia Book of Records
- Learn different glass making techniques like fusing, sandblasting, and stained glass overlay
- Take artistic photos with amazing glass pieces and holographic illusions within the museum
- Get the chance to decorate and bring home your own glass creation!
You can host events or birthday party here
Fu Ying Cham3 weeks ago
Quite an interesting place to visit as can DIY a piece of glass souvenir. Fare rate. Besides the glass souvenir,3D pictures might be a good attraction for those who like to take photos.
Can get a cheaper ticket with klook.
Nur cahayaa month ago
Best! I love it. The fee rm30 including the melted glass that u can paint by yourself and bring back home. The staffs were really helpful. I would recommend families to come here as one of their activities together
andre lam2 months ago
Cool place for exploring the wonders of glass with some great displays and you can check out your artistic side by painting a glass display which you can take home. Nice friendly and helpful staff making it a great experience and also fun team building experience.
Hui Hui4 months ago
Ticket pricing RM30 per person (regardless children or adult), no reservation needed for group less than 10 person.
You will be guided to do the glass decor painting (included in the entry ticket) once you enter~ the staff around are friendly and helpful.
A place good for experiencing some art making, but if you aiming for sightseeing, then the gallery upstairs might consider not much to see.
Yet, it is still good place to visit for family day out.
Alex Chew8 months ago
We had a freaking BLAST here!!! Joyce and Xingwei were both so helpful and fun. The entrance price includes designing your own bottle that is already glass blown and you get to take home. And there are a bunch of instagrammable spots upstairs where they’ll take you on a personal tour after you’re done being creative. 10/10 experience, would recommend to anyone looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon in Penang!!
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