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Ibox Glass Museum Penang, George Town

(2.6/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • 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 peo...  more »
  • Masuk ke musium ini di lantai 1 kita dijelaskan mengenai kaca/beling yang bisa dibentuk apapun dan diperagakan cara memotong kaca, dilantai 2 kita bisa berfoto ria. Dan disini juga dijual souvenir yan...  more »
  • Very entertaining place for tourists of all ages. Here you can make an inscription on the glass, learn how to do all sorts of things and where, what kind of glass used. Very like children and young couples)
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  • The staffs are friendly and helpful. They will give you a piece of glass, carve whatever you like on the sticker and the staff will help carving on the glass. The place is small in area, only a few places to take photos but it's awesome especially the Avatar room.
  • Agreed with the last post place was small. But still have some very interesting glasses especially the 'eye'. Fun place to kill some time if nothing much to do. Entrance fee for locals rm15 only.
  • This museum is so small. 1 floor only and dissapointing. Not worth the price
  • Nice for kids and younger generations. Small selection, some are quite nice. Free* glass piece for you to design and take home. May not be a good idea to buy the keychain with your photo on it; quality was not good.
  • Nice place for family. Educational. But a bit too pricey.