Glass Bottle Museum
The Glass Bottle Museum is located in the northern part of the south bypass of Sukhumvit on the eastern side of Pattaya City, Thailand. The museum was founded by the Dutch Mr. Bjj De Leij.
This is an inconspicuous glass art museum. The museum has collected more than 300 exotic and beautiful designs.
Many famous buildings such as Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok, Temple of Dawn, Yunshi Temple, Victory Monument, Monument to Democracy Constitution, and even Thai Temple are all built in glass jars. Typical buildings so beautiful and magnificent are made in glass bottles in a small bottle mouth. It is conceivable how much time and effort it takes for a building with such artistic beauty to be concentrated in a glass bottle. Its hard work and time are really equal to the difficulty of building a real place of interest.
Glass products are made of crushed glass, soda ash, sodium nitrate, barium carbonate, quartz sand, etc., and are produced through a 1600-degree high-temperature melting molding process. Different shapes can be produced according to different molds. The glass bottles mainly include various wine bottles, beverage bottles, pickles bottles, honey bottles, canned bottles, soda bottles, carbonated beverage bottles, coffee bottles, teacups, various shaped glasses such as 0.5kg/2.5kg/4kg jars, etc. bottle. Glass bottles have a sealed, light-transmissive, long-term product that is highly sensitive to humidity.