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Ibox Glass Museum Penang

Open Now: 09:30 - 18:00
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We produce all Art of Glass.We have the title in 'Malaysia's Book of Record'for being the 'Longest Glass Batik in Malaysia',and also for being the First Glass Museum in Malaysia.
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6, Jalan Burma | Wisma Cheok Holdings, George Town, Penang Island 10470, Malaysia
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+60 4-251 9880
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 5 September 2012

The iBox Museum Of Glass is first and foremost a concept store, that specializes in Various Glass Making Services (Fused, Sand Blasting, Formed, Stained, Painting), and Various Glass Products (Decorative Items, Clocks, Paintings, Key Chains, Jewellery, Accessories, Mugs, Pendants, Photo Frames, Holders, Signages, Sculptures). But...More

10  Thank RunningMan83
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 24 July 2014

I brought my American friends to visit this place. It was my first time too. Basically, the people there were trying to get us to buy things, because it is a commercial shop and not a museum. This is definitely not a museum. It is...More

8  Thank MTYH
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Reviewed 20 September 2018

it was fantastic experience where my family work on coloring a piece of glass that we get it later free as souvenir. Moreover, there was a lot of artificial pieces to purchase for decoration or use in home. Rather than picking artificial pictures in sites...More

Thank Anas M
Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

Hmm... Some beautiful glass arts n quite small. Maybe u need those "special cameras" to take the colored glasses! The staff are OK n courteous. We even have hands on to make our own glass piece. Can skip this place if u don't have the...More

1  Thank DonC181
Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

It is a new museum in Penang, so I paid a visit there. The entrance is considered cheap as it comes along with a DIY session. We have the change to make a glass souvenir for ourselves. The glass products in the exhibition room are...More

1  Thank Ong H
Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

We were not sure what to expect but glad we made the decision to go in as we had a great time there. Learning to design our ownn sand blasted glass piece was cool.

Thank Anusuya N
Reviewed 24 April 2018

The museum staff were very pushy in picture taking and seemed irritated when we asked to look around the top floor displays ourselves without them following us to take pictures. We were also told many times to purchase the glass on display and one of...More

2  Thank rhonhagedorn
Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

Its not a museum but a display of some glass pieces for photo taking. It is small. We didn't find the display interesting, and the photo scenes were not good neither.

1  Thank redhair007
Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

this is an ‘over-rated’ museum to my experience. the staff was rushing us thru everything from explaining the glass making to taking the pictures. we felt very pressurised from making the DIY glass souvenir to walking around the museum. the staff did not allow/want us...More

Thank vickylihk
Reviewed 23 December 2017 via mobile

I-box Glass Museum it's relatively small and located at Georgetown only 2floors. Typically people will spent 2hrs to visit the museum, photos taking with tricks eyes and inclusive of making own pieces of glass for keeping. Our group of 24pax almost occupied the whole museums....More

Thank S3259CUsusanl
Reviewed 21 December 2017 via mobile

We enjoyed the visit. With the entrance fee comes a free self decorate glass souvenir. Kids and adults get the chance to decorate the glass piece or design u choose from, and keep it as souvenir. The numerous glass murals were great for photo shots...More

Thank DarylWongSauYee
Reviewed 10 December 2017

As an experience, the museum is quite underwhelming. Space is very small. You can probably finish walking around within 5 mins. They made use of colourful glass and mirrors to entice guests to take pictures of themselves with the exhibits, but none of the exhibits...More

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