Wonder where to go with your kids in Penang?
Wonderfood Museum is one of the cool places in Penang to bring your kids.
Not only is it a showcase of Penang’s culinary delights, the Wonderfood Museum Penang is also a celebration of the art of making ultra realistic food replicas. Other than the food museums in Japan, I have not seen anything quite similar to this.
🍜 Lots is cool Instagram-worthy exhibits for your kids.
🥟 lots of culture related food exhibit so it is educational too!
🍡 it is right in the city centre so it is easy to find.
🍦it’s RM25 (US$6) for adults and RM15 for kids which is reasonable for international standards.
🍢 as it is housed in an old shophouse and in located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, there are cool old buildings near that area too.
Here are some hacks which you should take note of if you are visiting the Wonderfood museum
🍭 the museum tends to be busier on holidays and weekend. (I went there twice and it was almost empty on a weekday and the staff was finding us taking photos. These photos were taken on a weekend in November 2019)
🍬 sometimes travel agents do offer some bundle deals with other museums. If you are intending to visit others museums, google search for some reputable online agents like Klook for the deals.
🌰 if you go on a Sunday morning, there’s a weekend market nearby call Occupy beach street.
🍪 the nearby Singapore and Kuala Lumpur is just an hour’s flight away.
Opening Hours: Daily 09:00 – 18:00
Address: 49, Lebuh Pantai, Georgetown, Penang
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