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All reviews take photos mr bean history lesson mural art the ground floor lots of fun interesting facts entrance fee small museum interesting place walk around penang fluorescent information photographs rm29 glow
We went really to pass some time between other activities we had booked but were so glad we did, it was great fun.
The turbulent history of Penang and its various stages of occupation and its wartime challenges were explained through signage, artefacts, pictures and...More
The first part of the museum consisted of more traditional museum displays with sculptures and panels describing the history of Penang. Unfortunately, the group I was with was not willing to slow down and read the panels. Nonetheless, I believe it can be an informative...More
Really didn't understand why the first part of this experience was set in a tunnel. Trying to read the information by the light of a small lamp was quite honestly ridiculous! It would have been much more interesting if it had just been a normal...More
The Penang Time Tunnel (sometimes called the Penang Tunnel Museum In brochures and on the internet) is a museum split into two parts. The first part contains artifacts, photos, wax figures and recreated scenes that describe interesting aspects of Penang’s history like its pre-colonial period...More
We happened to come here as a recommendation from our driver/guide. We weren’t sure about going to a museum but actually it was really good fun. The kids loved it.
You walk around a time tunnel with the history of Penang which was brilliant and...More
We was here Saturday and did the tunnel who was beautiful in many ways. Good pics but I have to say that it was quite expensive for what it is. Over 100 RM for 2 adult and a child’s for 30min visit and not much...More
This place is a great visit to learn about the history of Penang. The pictures are arranged well and they have other exhibits of clothes, dishes, and furniture of the era. You get a really good idea of life over the last 200 years.