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Ibox Glass Museum Penang

6, Jalan Burma | Wisma Cheok Holdings, George Town, Penang Island 10470, Malaysia
+60 4-251 9880
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We produce all Art of Glass.We have the title in 'Malaysia's Book of Record'for being the 'Longest Glass Batik in Malaysia',and also for being the First Glass Museum in Malaysia.
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  • Terrible5%
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“key chains” (2 reviews)
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6, Jalan Burma | Wisma Cheok Holdings, George Town, Penang Island 10470, Malaysia
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+60 4-251 9880

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Reviewed 26 March 2017

The place is a bit small but the idea of letting guest experience with decorating glass pieces is fun. Bring your camera and have fun. The name can be misleading as its not really a museum but a place where creativity are generated using glass....More

Thank pohkuen
Reviewed 10 March 2017

We had a good guide who explains to us a tiny bit about the exhibitions and explains how it was made, but the number of exhibitions were small and we were mostly lead and cant walk on our own around to enjoy the exhibition. Guide...More

Thank emily k
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

We expected beautiful and finely made glass products, even learn the production of glass. But inside there were mostly photo taking backgrounds. I like a few sites where they put glass animals and people on the printed backgrounds, though. Was interesting and creative, just could...More

Thank ivy k
Reviewed 21 September 2016

From the name of the museum one would expect to see lovely works of art in glass form. What you get are a few pieces of glass and loads of selfie opportunities. There was one glass art work purported to be the largest art work,...More

3  Thank bew11000
Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

Wasn't on our list of must do. Was recommended by our driver. Interesting place with beautiful glass artwork. Had a section showing you how their pieces are made

Thank jiuen
Reviewed 18 May 2016

This is a private museum showcasing decorative glass work. The different techniques in creating glass ornamentation from industrial to ornamental and the different uses of glass are also showcased. Items on display are signages, art objects, stained window panels and small items like paper weights...More

Thank nellielim
Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

As a solo traveller, it's not easy to get a good picture of yourself. But here, that will never be a problem because they will guide you all the way and show you the best pose! ❤️ I highly recommend this place especially for a...More

Thank Trish P
Reviewed 4 March 2016

We visited this Unique Museum which happens to house "The Longest motive batik glass painting (40 feet in length and is 5 feet tall)" which is in the Malaysian Books of Records and is the first of its kind in Malaysia. The museum also provides...More

Thank Gerard R
Reviewed 9 November 2015

I have been travelled to this museum many years ago when it was located in the old address and feel nothing special, and when it re-located to this new address, it open my eye to a new world of glass. Not just the creative usage...More

1  Thank HirokiCindy
Reviewed 10 October 2015

Nothing much inside. Great for photo shooting only. Not worth the price (rm15) for a short visit inside. Staffs are very friendly.

Thank alex k
ibox, Owner at Ibox Glass Museum Penang, responded to this reviewResponded 8 December 2015

wellcome to visit our new glass museum at 6,jalan burma penang or visit our fb glass museum penang tqvm

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