1. Barbie dolls

1. Barbie dolls

Although this Toy & Fantasy Museum in Penang is entered in the Malaysia Book of Records for “World’s Largest Toy Museum” and “World’s Costliest Toy Museum”, it is not extensively promoted as it should be. Thus, many people are unaware of its existence.

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However, with more than RM60 million worth of original copyrighted Hollywood licensed toys and iconic life-sized figures, of the 120,000 items on display, surely there is something appealing for every visitor?

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This is not a toy museum to be scoffed at, although I personally prefer the Toy Museum at The Shore in Melaka simply for the fact that it is more interactive and we can pose for photos with many of the toys.

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At Toy & Fantasy Museum Penang, all displays are enclosed in large transparent casings, which made it difficult to take photos.

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Nonetheless, I still managed to snap some photos to share in this post, even though I may be clueless about scores of the characters displayed! Yes, I don’t watch enough of TV!

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Admission prices (inclusive of 6% GST):
Adult – RM39 (Standard) / RM26 (MyKad)
Child – RM29 (Standard) / RM19 (MyKid)

Visiting hours: 9am – 6pm daily

16. Toy & Fantasy Museum, Penang

16. Toy & Fantasy Museum, Penang

Toy & Fantasy Museum
Add: 1370, MK2, Teluk Bahang, 11050 Penang.
Tel: +6012-4602096
Web: http://penangtoymuseum.com/

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