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Not at all good experience after visiting upside down and 3d trick museum etc.
And ticket price is also hight compared to other museums. They didnt probide the Ikad discount aswell.
Where as we get disount all over Malaysia.
It is good place to understand Malaysian food culture,as Malaysia is unique mixed culture e.g. Chinese, Malay, Indian, Nyonya....
I think the museum will be beneficial to tourist and the 3D items are nice too.
However, the management need to keep up the cleanliness (dusty),...More
Had an amazing experience at the place, and fun learning for the children.
The staff on the ground floor were very nice and helpful. They greet you and even offered you take photos for you using your own camera besides taking with their own.
Popped in to get out of the rain after being disappointed by 3D museum up the road. For the same price (25RM) throughly enjoyed a unique display of local food culture, cuisine and a glimpse of the import issues facing global nutrition and food sources.
Wow! I can honestly say I’ve never experienced anything like this. I’m a big time foodie so naturally when I saw a food museum (a concept that I hadn’t heard of till then) I jumped at the chance. The entrance ticket was RM 25 but...More
The price was reasonable, the staffs were friendly and the ambience was great. And the important part was...my family esp the kids were enjoying themselves with lots and lots of fooooood. It's highly recommended for people who just wanna have fun in one cool place.
This is a fun way to spend time in Penang. Lots of photo opportunities and unique displays. The staff were friendly and happy to take our photos so we could pose together. Worth the entrance fee and a great way to escape the heat!
This is a unique museum. It has giant bowls and plates full of local delicacies! Everything looks really authentic even though its a display. Plenty of photo opportunities - remember "The Land of the Giants" - then this is the place to come. They have...More