Explore one of the most original museums in the world while traveling in Penang — the fascinating Wonderfood Museum featuring giant displays of traditional Malaysian dishes. Located inside Georgetown’s 1940s colonial building, the museum invites you into the world of super realistic models of popular dishes handcrafted by the museum’s owner using food replication techniques from Japan. There are three galleries in the museum for your to discover: Info Zone, Wow Zone, and Educational Zone where you can learn interesting facts about Malaysian cuisine, cooking methods and see international delicacies from Indian, Chinese and other cuisines.
It was an enjoyable experience for us (young and old alike). I visited Wonderfood Museum with my 2 kids and mom. This place is a fine depiction of Penang and Malaysian culinary delights..... Super-sized! Staffs are ever willing to guide and help take pictures. Thanks for the great 2 hrs that we spent there.
Love this food museum. Interesting and the food looks real. They have pics of recommendations what’s the best food around Penang. Go on your first day of trip. Try all of them. The food in Penang is really nice! And the photo taking there were awesome. Great staff to initiate and help us with our pics. All well taken
Wonderfood museum in Penang is all about the famous foods of Penang that are the signature of this state. The foods look so real and I wondered how the creator of this museum managed to do that. If come to Penang and do not know what to eat, give this museum a visit and you will have a list of food to eat in Penang.
The replica foods looks so real. Lots of great traditional foods displayed such as Nasi lemak, rendang, roti canai, mee, teh tarik, cendol. The environment also so wonderful with colored pictures and explanation. The scattered shark and bloods also looks so real. Miniatures also displayed how Malaysian people eats on typical days. Worth your money by buying on klooks, just show the QR Code and you can enter the museum. Love it!
Upon reaching the museum, my data was totally depleted and I politely requested whether I could use their wifi to download the ticket from Klook but was rejected. Apart from that, the experience was pretty good as the staff in the museum advised the ‘correct area’ to take nicer photographs. They also willingly helped us to take photographs using our mobile phone.
this place is a must visit if you come to pineng..not even adult,my kids also enjoy and have fun taking pictures and knowing that is so many variety of food that we have in Malaysia..This olace also give a reminder to my kids not to eat so many junk food..hahahaha.. they'll never forget visiting this place..thankss for having us..