Aug 25, 2014

The Penang Toy Museum

Previously located at Tanjung Bungah, the Toy Museum has moved to a new home in Teluk Bahang along with over 110,000 toys, dolls and collectibles. 
My eldest girl at the toy museum with King Kong at the back of her

From Batu Ferringhi, drive towards Teluk Bahang and take a left turn to Teluk Bahang Road like going to the Escape Park/ Butterfly Park, you need to take a left before the Craft Batik building (it is situated somewhere behind the Craft Batik complex), after about 100m you will see a small road on your right, take that right and you will see the Toy Museum. It is a white, single storey building with unshaded and a few parking lots

It is the largest toy museum in the world. The 1,000 square meters museum, was first opened in 2005 in Tanjung Bungah but since then relocated, was also recognized by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first toy museum in the country. The museum is visited by an estimated 100,000 visitors each year.

The museum was founded by an engineer, Mr. Loh Lean Cheng. He got his inspiration while visiting the London Toy and Model Museum. The first toy that he bought back in 1973 was a Popeye doll


Pirates of the Caribbean collections

Captain America



Lara Croft

Some of the toy figurines in the chamber of horrors


Mickey and Minnie

Captain Jack Sparrow


Darth Vader

characters from Star Wars


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Wall E

The Joker

Harry Potter

Lord of The Rings 

Optimus Prime / Transformers

The Nightmare before Christmas

Shrek characters




Spider woman

Batman and Gotham City


Kung Fu Panda




Terminator Salvation

Yet another Lara Croft


Its new space is divided into many sections , 
  • Cave of Dinosaurs
  • Chamber of Comic Book Heroes
  • Chamber of Fantasy
  • Chamber of Horrors
  • Chamber of Monsters
  • Fields of Combat
  • Hall of Beauties
  • Hall of Cartoons
  • Hall of Celebrities
  • Hall of Rock Legends
  • Hall of Virtual Reality
  • Star Wars Collections

Among the many toys that are familiar, you will find also find lots of comic book characters, dinosaurs, monsters, Barbie dolls and action figures. 

All in all it is an interesting place to visit to kill some time, and check out popular characters and so on. Some of these toys are imported from Hollywood itself and are pretty rare.
Chucky (taken from Google)
You can also take a stroll through their newly-added Heritage Garden on its new premises for a peek at various fruit trees and tropical greens.

The entrance fee for Adult (with Mykad) is RM15 and Children (MyKid) is RM10
1370, MK2, Teluk Bahang,
11050 Penang.
(Beside SJK (C) Eok Hua School)
Opening Hours: 9AM – 6PM Everyday (Including Public Holidays)
For more information on the museum, please contact +6012-4602096


  1. I never knew that there is a toy museum in Penang! This will be in my must visit list in Malaysia. :) I tink kiddo will enjoy it.

    1. yeah, I am sure kiddo will like it... It is pretty awesome there


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