The Nyonya culture is full of the combination of China and Malaysia, and you can thoroughly experience the most authentic Nyonya style. Each object has its own story and history. The opening hours are Monday to Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and the entrance fee is Rm10.
The Overseas Chinese Museum, also known as the Pinang Overseas Chinese Mansion, tells visitors more closely and clearly: More than a century ago, it was a proud private mansion. The late Chinese Zheng Jinggui built this luxurious mansion named "Hai Ji Zhan" at the end of the 19th century. After Zheng Jinggui's death, Haiji Store remained vacant for many years until the new owner bought it from his descendants.
Nice place to experience Peranakan culture! It’s worth to visit when you travel in Penang.
It’s worth to visit this place where you can learn Peranakan culture. The museum guide is very friendly and informative.
Beautiful place with so much history.