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The Chocolate Boutique, George Town
(1.4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Not a museum but a shop. Only go if you intend to buy Malaysian brand chocolates. Not really worth your time unless you wanna just go around trying the free samples while being followed around by a sa...  more »
  • Choose and taste different types yummy delicious chocos at it's very own building right next door to the Red Garden food paradise. Hot or cold chocos also available where one could try different flavo...  more »
  • They lure you in with stuff about a "Chocolate Factory Tour" and it is just a sales scam When we arrived we had badges stuck on our shirts. Our badges both said "2" This meant that salesperson 2 would...  more »
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  • Choco butik to eat and look on chocolate. Nothing special but nice)
  • It's a shop but not required to buy at all. Good atmosphere.
  • The prices are way higher than the market price. Bought a few boxes as souvenir; were 'forced' to pay for 2 extra woven bags which I didn't request and were 'automatically' included in my bill. Felt quite annoyed after checking the bill but it was too late to return to the shop as I have already left Penang. Please check your bill before leaving the shop and make sure that they do not included any 'unwanted' item in your bill without your consent.
  • It's a tourist rip-off. Prices for chocolate are at least three times higher than what you would pay in a supermarket. It didn't seem that prices were negotiable. They do have a good assortment and you can taste many different kinds of chocolate, though.
  • more expensive than what chocolates usually are worth