Penang Toys Museum

If you have never been there, don’t bother.

The outside of the building looks like a haunted house.

The inside is full of dust.

There are sections which will freak your child more than a ghost house.

The floor is so creaky because it was formerly a dance floor.

Poor maintenance, no useful information about toys.

Sort of like a McDonald’s freebies showcase.

And well, there is no welcoming service, only a sour face Chinese gentleman and some tired and bored looking ticket counter girl.

I blogged about the Penang Toys Museum a year ago when we went there. You can read about the Penang Toys Museum here.

Post Author: Lilian

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2 thoughts on “Penang Toys Museum

    mumsgather

    (March 29, 2011 - 5:20 pm)

    Couldn’t agree with you more. I thought it was a total rip off and paying the entrance fees was the fastest way to lose some hard earned money. We were in and out of there in 5 minutes and yes, the kids got creeped out by the scary dark toilets.

    Erina Law

    (April 14, 2011 - 4:30 pm)

    Ya, don’t go also nevermind. The guy outside is so rude. Only my daughter went in with Lawrence. My son does not want to go in at all and I have to sit outside to accompany him. The ticket guy ask why he don’t want to go in and I told him that actually my son wanted to go to the town museum and not here. He say my son so ‘gong’. Town museum got nothing to see. Toy museum very nice and the only one in Malaysia.

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