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Some old cameras to view and there is a set of Polaroid cameras donated by the 1st Prime Minister of Malaysia. Overall, the number of exhibits is disappointing. The Owl museum (part of the camera museum) is a big letdown. Don;t waste you time and...More
Expected not an interesting museum but since my 4 years' old keen to explore, so we decided to take a round. Frankly, nothing impressive and they sell super expensive souvenirs inside the 'museum'. Unless your kids are interested in some little craft things, you can...More
It is probably one of the worst museum that I have been to. Disappointment is probably an understatement. DO NOT GO ! Whatever you do a Penang Hill, just don’t waste your money or time for this museum. Enough said.
We traveled up to Penang hill on the fanicularor train which was absolutely worth the money we paid. However once at the top we decided to pay additional cost to see the advertised 3D owl museum. There was no 3D presentation, all it is is...More
it costs $NZ4.00 to go here. if you have a three year old kid or know one who is doing a science project at Kindy you will get better value for money than going to this.
The display is child like, has no information and...More
The biggest mistake of my life. I normally check out reviews on TripAdvisor before visiting any attraction. But happened to come across this one when visiting Penang Hill and on impulse paid the 12rm entry fee hoping to see different species of Owls and learn...More
If you are visiting Penang Hills, my advise is to skip this place. One of the worst "paid" so-called museums ever. Don't even bother going here. No wonder the ticketing guy gave us a big discount on the entrance fee.
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