Glass Bottle Museum
The Glass Bottle Museum is located in the northern part of the Sukhumvit (Sukhumvit) highway bypass on the southern part of the east side of Pattaya, Thailand. This museum was founded by Mr. Bjj De Leij, a Dutch national.
This is an inconspicuous glass bottle art museum. The museum has a collection of more than 300 rare and beautiful shapes. Many famous buildings such as the Emerald Buddha Temple in Bangkok, Wat Arun, Marble Temple, Victory Monument, Democratic Constitution Monument, and even Thai temples are all built in glass bottles. And it is a typical building of such a decent size, fineness and perfection, so beautiful and magnificent, built in a small glass bottle in the mouth. It is conceivable how much effort and time it takes for such an artistically beautiful building to be concentrated in a glass bottle. Its hard work and time are comparable to the difficulty of building a real place of interest.
As packaging materials, glass bottles are mainly used for food, oil, wine, beverages, condiments, cosmetics, and liquid chemical products, etc., with a wide range of uses. However, glass bottles also have their disadvantages, such as large weight, high transportation and storage costs, and inability to withstand impact.