High 5 Bread Town Museum
|| Lot 72, Persiaran Jubli Perak,
40000 Shah Alam, Selangor
District » Seri Kembangan
The High 5 Bread Town Museum is located in Seksyen 21, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. It is situated
at Persiaran Jubli Perak, within the Silver Bird Complex.
Certified by the Malaysian Book of Records, the High 5 Bread Town Museum is the first bread museum
ever built in Malaysia. It was officially opened not long ago, in year 2005, the month of May. High 5
is the brand of bread produced by the Silver Bird Group and it is the largest standing alone bread plant
in the whole of South East Asia. The museum not only caters for visitors but it brings fun and joy to
them too. In the Bread Town, visitors get to have a walk through the history of bread. You will first
given a video to watch about the bread making history. Then you will be guided to where the exhibits
lay, and then through an elevated walkway, you have the chance to view the process of bread making of
the modern factory below.
Lastly, the tour brings you to the retail shop of High 5 Bread where you can get cake and bread
products with discounted and awesome prices. The whole tour eats up approximately 45 minutes.
The entrance fee for adults is RM15, RM12 for senior citizens (ages above 55) and children whereas
it is free for kids under the age of three. All of the fees are considered affordable as it includes
a goody bag with products of cake and breads. Do note that guided tours are only available by appointment
and not for walk-in visitors. Do check out their official website for more rates and packages
of the tour.
The best way to get to the High 5 Bread Town Museum is by driving. After you paid at the Batu Tiga toll,
turn left at the very first exit. Then, drive for an estimated time of 10 minutes and you will see the
High Five Bread Town on your left.