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Specialty In Malaysia, These Are 3 of The Most Unique Museums Ever Built In This Country

Most people might do no know this but in Malaysia itself, there are actually a variety of museums that are definitely unique and should be the focus of many people local and also international. These museums would make everyone feel so amazed and also satisfied with their one-of-a-kind design of architecture and also the displays that they have.

Unfortunately, not all but only some of the people nowadays no longer want to bring their children to museums on the reasons the museums are boring. For this particular article, let’s push aside all of those boring factors that actually never exist or even true and let us take a look at some interesting museums and different from others in Malaysia.

1) Wonderfood Museum, Pulau Pinang

Picture: Facebook Wonderfood Museum

Undoubtedly, Malaysia is rich in various types of local food and we should be grateful for the diversity of cultures and races in our country. Dedicated to food lovers, Penang Wonderfood Museum has a kitsch, kooky and in-depth look at the city’s unique food culture with larger-than-life displays of Malaysian dishes. Set within a 1940s colonial building in Georgetown, the museum is divided into three galleries called Info Zone, Wow Zone, and Educational Zone. All of the hyper-realistic models are handcrafted by the museum’s owner, Sean Lao who utilizes food replication techniques from Japan. With an attractive color scheme, photo-friendly exhibits, it’s no wonder the museum always gets a lot of visits. Both from within and outside the country.

2) Penang Ghost Museum, Pulau Pinang

Picture: Facebook Ghost Museum

If you are a fan of ghost stories, you can try visiting the Penang Ghost Museum in George Town to see various exhibitions of ghost statues from local legends such as pocong, oil people, and vampires. To be sure, a visit here is definitely not for the faint of heart. This unique museum not only showcases the statue of the legendary Malay ghost, even a replica of the statue of a ghost in a different zone. Among them are the legendary Chinese ghost zone to see Jiang Shi, the Egyptian zone to see mummies, the Japanese zone for popular ghosts such as The Ring, Ju-On, and Rokurokubi (long neck ghosts), Zombie zone, Dracula zone, as well as special zones for Halloween.

3) Teddyville Museum, Pulau Pinang

Picture: Facebook TeddyVille Museum

Located on Batu Ferringhi, more precisely on the premises of DoubleTree Resort by Hilton, this Teddyville Museum tells in detail the history of ‘teddy bears’ in addition to housing old teddy bears that are very high value. Apart from that, this gallery tells the history of Penang using dolls as well as some large bear statues that are made to resemble some Penang icons such as Datuk Lee Chong Wei, Datuk Nicol David, and Tan Sri P. Ramlee.

Sources: Facebook Wonderfood Museum, Facebook Ghost Museum, Facebook TeddyVille Museum.

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