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The Chocolate Boutique, George Town

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  • Very brief explanation on the production process. All on wall murals. After that is a shop that sells different types of chocolates and coffees. Tasting is free and entrance is free as well.  more »
  • Saleswoman rushed us so quickly through the museum section to the retail section, no attempt to build rapour with us or give us any information. If you go here, ignore the workers and look at your own...  more »
  • Once decorated with a mural for the Museum's exterior is impressive. Follow the arrow and the pros and cons of chocolate and coffee, and when you enter the manufacturing process is adorned with illustrations attached it fun to watch. So when you're finished looking around the Museum as always stores the price not expensive damage to the décor, frankly. You will find a variety of free samples, but can if you like the taste because one or two is not a bad town, saga city. If you think you're more expensive I think just me! The only impulse buying is about those who are not so recommend.
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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