Malaysian Chinese Museum (MCM) - a Theatre of Memory: Discover the history, culture and heritage of Chinese Malaysians. The museum tells the story of the Chinese in Malaysia through a delightful mix of text, graphics and historical reconstruction.
The mural scene at Seberang Perai, the Butterworth Art Walk is a product of Penang’s vibrant artists and the state’s rich history. With its eye-catching murals and installations, it aims to educate visitors about the mainland’s colourful past.
A sculpture garden in Teluk Bahang, by Penang-born glass artist Fuan Wong. The garden has a cultivated area of an acre, it holds some 300 species and varieties of plants. Arranged throughout the garden are display art by some 15 local and foreign artists.
Malaysia’s first and largest collection of Teddy Bears from various nations and eras. From one of the very first batches of teddy bears ever made, to miniature teddies and even human sized ones, there’s a teddy here for everyone.
Visit the Wonderfood Museum in Penang and see a variety display of local food in Malaysia. The one-of-a-kind museum consists of three sections that include the Info Zone, Wow Zone, and Educational Zone, displaying over 100 types of popular street food and local dishes.
Reputed to be the largest war museum in South East Asia, the Penang War Museum was initially a military fortress designed by the British in the 1930s. The 20-acre museum houses historical artefacts such as cannons and features underground military tunnels and ammunition bunkers located nine metres underground.
With more than 110,000 toys, dolls and other collectible items, the museum has a build-up of 1,000 square meters and was also recognised by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first toy museum in the country.
DARK MANSION, proudly presents itself as the FIRST Glow-In-The-Dark Museum in Malaysia. Taking one step beyond the existing 3D art painting techniques, Dark Mansion presents a new dimension of 3D art by incorporating the amazing glow-in-the-dark effect into the 3D paintings and artworks.
The museum tells the tantalizing mining history of Sungai Lembing town. Visitors will be entertained with the spectacular knowledge on the subterranean tin mining, which was once acknowledged as the largest subterranean mine in the world.
Explore the Sungai Lembing Mining tunnels and get to know the spirit of “El Dorado of the East”, a town once known all over the world for its magnificent tin mining days, having had the largest underground tin mine in the world located in the state of Pahang!
Take a stroll down memory lane to relive the glorious days of KL Chinatown. Kwai Chai Hong is a restored heritage lane where the golden era converges with beautiful yet artistic murals, combined with modern technology.
Located within the famous Stadthuys building, this museum focuses on the city's fascinating history and ethnography. Exhibits include a recreation of a rumak Melaka (traditional Melekan house), dioramas of cultural ceremonies and displays of traditional costumes and music.
Walk through this amazing place where you can let your imagination stretch. The astonishing diversity of rare toys and collectibles ensure enormous enjoyment that stirs one's curiosity. Go back in time and relish the good times at the movies, from sci-fi to classic adventures, action superheroes vs monstrous mega villians.